400 Mariners Plaza, Suite 432, Mandeville, LA
Life is full of unexpected twists and turns, it’s certainly not a straight and easy path. It can be difficult navigating some of the “forks in the road” .. especially if it’s one we didn’t want or choose. Therapy can help you feel less alone in this and give you a different perspective. It can provide a safe place where what you say .. stays there. It can be a place of change, healing, and hope.
“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I. I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.” ~The Road Not Taken, Robert Frost.
If you come into my office, you will not see it plastered with diplomas and certificates. I hang what I am required to..and that’s it. You will rarely see me speaking in front of crowds or on TV. But what you will find, is an office that is used for therapy. And a therapist who focuses on Hope and Change. I like to think of myself as a quiet force, making change one day at a time. And if you decide to come see me, I hope you sit back and feel comfortable. Because this is a safe place.
Contact Information. P. 985-317-4319. F. 855-203-0527 E. email@example.com
The primary modalities I use are Trauma Focused Treatment, CBT, Psychodynamic, Play Therapy,and Motivational Interviewing.
I am an in-network provider with the following insurance companies: Aetna Commercial, Aetna Better Health of LA (LA Medicaid plan), Beacon/ Value Health Options, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Humana, Louisiana Health Care Options (LA Medicaid plan), Tricare
Private Pay is available. My fees are quite reasonable. I would encourage you to read about the pros/ and cons of PP if interested in this route. I wrote an article on this which I have attached to the “footer” of this website.
In working with Minors-the complex arena of avoiding law suits and board complaints. The age group of ( up to 18 years) has sadly become a legal landmine due to divorce rates and increased court involement. Thus I do require verbal and written consent from both biological parents or all legal guardians (unless there is sole custody). My intake process and continued expectations can be tedious, but it has a purpose. Which is to protect all of us. To read more on this topic, click the link above on “treating children.”
Mental Health treatment takes your privacy to a different level. There are some buts… however. Therapists are mandatory reporters (as are police officers, medical staff, child care workers, teachers, pastoral staff, etc). All mandatory reporters are legally required to report if we are concered that you will harm yourself, harm someone else, or if you are “gravely disabled.” We are also required to report abuse of a child, the elderly, or disabled. To read more on this subject click the footer link below of “is therapy confidential?”
Overwhelmed with information? Me too… But I would rather you have too much information than not enough:)
Still interested? Click on the above link to “Schedule Now.”
- Article by James Lehman, MSW on Children Who Manipulate
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