Lisa LaRochelle, LCSW-BACS
Senior Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant
Mrs. Lisa LaRochelle, LCSW-BACS, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Board Approved Clinical Supervisor. She has been with The Family Tree since August 2005 and has worked as a clinician in several capacities, including providing counseling, working with Breaux Bridge Adolescent Drug Court participants, facilitating the H.O.P.E. parenting program at the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center, and assisting with the community-based program, Communities Mobilizing for Change on Alcohol. Since July 2007, Lisa has been serving as a Mental Health Consultant to child care centers for the Quality Start program. She also serves as a Quality Support Consultant to local child care resource and referral agencies and a Reflective Supervisor to mental health consultants in other regions of the state. She is passionate about her work with young children and is proud to be a part of a state-wide initiative to increase the quality of child care centers in the state of Louisiana.
Lisa received a Bachelor of Arts with a Concentration in Humanities and Social Thought from the Louisiana Scholars’ College in 2002, a Bachelor of Social Work from Northwestern State University in 2003, and a Master of Social Work from Louisiana State University in 2005. She earned her social work license in 2009 and truly enjoys working in the field of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health. She is a Pathways certified trainer and served as a board member for the Partners in Early Childhood Education Coalition in Lafayette. Lisa has been happily married to her husband Solomon since 2005 and loves spending time with her three beautiful children Stephen, Cecile, and Sawyer.
Rebekah Daugereaux, LPC, LAC
Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant
Rebekah completed a Master’s of Science in Counselor Education from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 2013. She completed her licensure in 2016 and is a Licensed Professional Counselor registered with the Louisiana Licensed Professional Counselors Board of Examiners. During her time at UL, Rebekah served as a graduate assistant and the lead clinic intern of the Clinic for Counseling and Personal Development. She worked with clients of all ages and backgrounds and received specialized training in group therapy. Rebekah has spent several years working in treatment centers for addiction and chemical dependency. During this time she had many roles including intensive outpatient therapist, inpatient therapist, family therapist, and exercise therapist. Rebekah approaches mental health from a holistic point of view and believes in treating the entire client, not just the symptoms. During this time Rebekah also received her Licensed Addiction Counselor credentials and is registered with the Addiction Disorders Regulatory Authority Louisiana State Board. Rebekah believes in a client-centered approach based on a non-judgmental stance to allow for a safe environment in which clients can explore their thought/belief systems and gain insight into the roadblocks and challenges they want to overcome.