New Orleans, Louisiana Therapists

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Hendersonville, North Carolina

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North Carolina, Louisiana

They say change is one constant… And as the leaves are constantly changing on the acreage where Treehouse Therapy is nestled, we are reminded that we all posses the ability to move gracefully with the seasons on our life.
Sharon Normand
LPC-Supervisor 1
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Louisiana

I empower individuals and couples to change their perceptions about issues that are unhealthy and assist them in facilitating positive change. I approach therapy with clients from a wellness model - having issues they need assistance managing as...
Michael Simon
LMFT, MS, MA
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Oakland, California

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California, Louisiana

Michael has been in private practice for the last 24 years, primarily in Oakland, California. He works from a cognitive-interpersonal perspective, utilizing the insights and empirical research based in Control-Mastery theory, along with the...
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Zachary, Louisiana

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Louisiana

My name is Ashtin Anio, I’m a Licensed Master Social Worker and I have experience working with children, adolescents, and adults who struggle with anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and many other mental health issues. I strive to empower and...
Leslie Herhold
LICSW, MSW
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Fairhope, Alabama

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Alabama, Louisiana

Leslie Theriot Herhold, MSW, LCSW, PMH-C graduated with a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Louisiana State University in 2006. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with nearly 15 years experience in working with women during the perinatal...
Danielle Lee
LPC 172, LPCS 2
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Louisiana, Texas

I'm registered with the LPC Board in Louisiana, and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor. Also, I am licensed in the state of Texas as a LPC. My theoretical backgrounds are Person-Centered and Solution Focused Therapy. I feel that these...
Megan Kern
LPC-Supervisor 1
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New Orleans, Louisiana

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Louisiana

I am not here to give advice; I am here to listen. I am hear to help you clarify, understand, process, and connect the pieces of the unique puzzle that is you. I look forward to working with you, and building a pathway together toward your...
Garrison Johnson
MDiv, PLPC, CSAT Candidate
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Baton Rouge, Louisiana

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Louisiana

Being trapped in the throes of addiction, relational conflict, trauma, and crippling shame can seem so scary, lonely, and hopeless. It is heartbreaking to envision the person we wanted to become or the relationships we desired to have, but the...
Kathryn Leachman
LPC-Supervisor 1, NCC
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New Orleans, Louisiana

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Louisiana

Life is full of bumps and hardships. It is part of the human experience. I believe counseling provides a meaningful exploration of your mental, physical, and spiritual well-being in order for you to navigate these issues with more self-awareness and...
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New Orleans, Louisiana

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Louisiana

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker-Board Approved Clinical Supervisor (LCSW-BACS) with over fourteen years of experience in the health and mental health fields. I earned a Bachelor of Science in Counseling at Our Lady of Holy Cross College...
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Louisiana, New York

I am an intuitive and empathetic holistic counselor with a creative and humorous lens. I’m passionate about empowering individuals and communities, exploring ways in which plants and food can heal us and assisting in the transformation of personal...
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Los Angeles, California

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California, Louisiana

I’m offering virtual therapy via phone, Skype, FaceTime, and Zoom so that you can feel safe while working with me. Reach out to me, or furnish your contact info so that I can reach out to you, and we can get you started on feeling better today. My...
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New Orleans, Louisiana

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Louisiana, Florida

I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Florida and Louisiana. I am trained in looking at the whole puzzle, not just one piece to fully understand you and the part you play in your life. I have experience working with...

Mental Health Professionals in New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans, Louisiana is known to many as a major cultural landmark of the United States. Known for its Mardi Gras events as well as other events that revolve around its culture and origin of being primarily inhabited by French colonizers in times past, New Orleans is known as a city that is in a constant state of celebration.

However, like any other city, New Orleans is not always in a constant state of celebration, and anyone who lives there is subject to stress and other mental health issues that can and do warrant seeing a mental health professional. This will serve as a guide to not only finding mental health professionals in New Orleans but will also serve as a guide to facts about New Orleans that could warrant seeing a mental health professional.

The Lesson from Katrina

In what many would consider a major event not only in the history of New Orleans but also in the history of the United States, hurricane Katrina affected the city almost permanently in 2005, reducing the city to its foundation. Additionally, the city did not get as much relief and assistance as it needed, which resulted in its survivors suffering nearly insurmountable losses of all kinds. It was revealed that many of the people who lived in New Orleans did not prepare for Katrina, as they were likely in a state of panic.

One thing that mental health professionals specialize in is addressing feelings of panic and stress, as well as the development of the necessary leadership qualities that are necessary to prepare for a hurricane. While it is still a good idea to gather information from different sources about how to physically prepare for a hurricane (in terms of what to stock up on and what to install in your windows, among other things), a mental health professional can help you mentally prepare for a hurricane, which can result in a much less stressful approach to hurricane preparation.

The Dark Side of Entertainment

As mentioned previously, New Orleans is home to some of the most diverse entertainment venues in the entire United States. But that title comes with a price: and that price is violent crime. According to its Wikipedia page, New Orleans has a very dark history of violent crime that remains relevant to this day. As of last year, New Orleans currently has the highest rate of firearm violence.

This can affect mental health on two fronts. The first is a fear of safety. While fear can be very normal and, in this case, understandable, it can still prevent somebody from doing things that they want to do with their lives. In this case, it can prevent somebody from enjoying what the city has to offer. Mental health professionals can assist in managing these very normal and understandable feelings of fear, this way they do not grow into feelings of paranoia.