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No one should have to walk alone.  

Every case has an
individual story. 

Tired of feeling like you are going to explode
despite being a professional?

Maybe you are involved in a high conflict
custody case?

Do you need additional assistance with a 
litigation case, including a Personal Injury, 

Negligence, or other litigation, where you need
to confirm or dispute claims and recovery

regarding pain, suffering, and emotional

 We are here to provide Independent Mental Health 

Licensed Mental Health Professional services for Louisiana, Texas, Washington, and Nevada 

-Prompt, Secure, Online, Telehealth Appointments

-Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor (LA) offering Telehealth Individual and Group Supervision for Provisional Licensed Professional Counselors

-Psychotherapy for Professionals

-Reunification Therapy

-Accelerated Resolution Therapy

-Qualified Parent Coordinator, Custody Evaluator, Parent Plan Evaluator, and Mediator

-Also providing services relating to include but not limited to:

  • Pre-surrendering Counseling/Home Study for private adoptions

  • Spinal Cord Stimulator, Bariatric, and Opioid Psychological Evaluations

  • Collaborative Divorce Behavioral Health Facilitator 

  • Depositions/Expert Witness documentation and peer reviews to confirm or dispute claims & recovery

  • Brief Focused Risk Assessments 

  • DSM Mental Health Disorder Diagnosing

  • ADHD and Autism Evaluations 

Qualified and Advanced Trained as a:
1. Parent Coordinator, RS9:358.4, including concerns related to 
Co-parenting Coordination, Parallel Parenting, and Parent Alienation 
2. Child Custody Evaluator/Parent Plan Evaluator
3. Mediator, RS9:334  
4. Reunification Therapist 
5. Accelerated Resolution Therapist
6. Collaborative Divorce Behavioral Health Facilitator 

7. Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor and a Licensed Professional Counselor with Appraisal Privileging Designation (LA)


Heather T. Landry is a licensed mental health professional who is in good standing licensed as Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor and a Licensed Professional Counselor with Appraisal Privileging Designation by the Louisiana LPC Board of Examiners (LPC-S/LPC-A), a Licensed Professional Counselor by the Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors (LPC), a Licensed Mental Health Counselor by the Washington State Department of Health (LMHC), and a Clinical Professional Counselor by the State of Nevada Board of Examiners for Marriage and Family Therapists & Clinical Professional Counselors (CPC).


She is advanced trained to serve as a Qualified Parent Coordinator, Child Custody Evaluator, Parent Plan Evaluator, and Mediator instructed by the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts and the Mediation Training Company.


Heather specializes in providing Individual Psychotherapy for Professionals and collaborating with Judiciary Professionals and clients involved in Family Law, Civil Law, Personal Injury/Negligence, and other litigations by providing requested judicial items including Independent Mental Health Consultations assisting Plaintiffs and Defendents to confirm or dispute claims and recovery. 

She actively serves on the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Louisiana Chapter, Board of Directors where she fulfills the role of presiding Secretary. 

Her expertise varies throughout life's stages including adolescence, early adulthood, midlife, mature, and late adulthood. She is passionate about identifying the best interest of those involved. 


In addition, she has obtained extensive advanced training in Reunification Therapy and Accelerated Resolution Therapy.


Her wide array of experiences allows her to reveal in her behavioral health consultations the stress and tension you do not have to hold onto.

She is also able to conduct mental health peer reviews in reference to the client's history for establishing the client's baseline and comparing the baseline to the merit of the claim and the possible lasting negative psychological effects caused by the incident experienced by the client. 

Through the use of virtual, on demand, Telehealth services for Louisiana, Texas, Washington, and Nevada residents, Heather is able to provide advanced care and long-distance consultations completely online with immediate availability and swift completion of requests by providing structure that provides freedom. 


Heather is also providing Telehealth Individual and Group Supervision to PLPCs in Louisiana.  

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PBH Behavioral Consulting and Counseling LLC:
the licensed mental health professional who is 
advanced trained in the topics relating to your individual stressors and frustrations, Family Law, Civil Law, or Personal Injury/Negligence case.

Qualified Child Custody Evaluator 

  • Meets Louisiana Licensed Professional Board of Examiners: LPC Guidelines for Conducting Child Custody Evaluations

  • An assessment is completed to recognize the strengths and weaknesses of the family dynamics and identifying each parenting style

  • Build suggestions and recommendations as to a custody arrangement that will serve the best interest of the child(ren)

  • Guide individuals to gain knowledge about oneself to improve co-parenting practices for the overall psychological health of the child(ren)

  • Often consists of at least one session for each parent, two or more sessions for each child, and at least one integrated session with each parent/child(ren)

  • Includes Custody Evaluation Observational Report submitted to the court

  • Brief Focused Assessments may be utilized 

Qualified Parent Plan Evaluator 

  • Similar to Custody Evaluation procedures

Qualified Mediator 

Mediators assist and empower parties to reach an agreement on issues, such as:

  • support payments

  • dividing property

  • parenting time or decision-making responsibility in respect of children


Mediation may be used:

  • to avoid going to court

  • before you start a court case

  • any time during a court case


Mediators do not:

  • take sides

  • make decisions

  • give legal advice


Mediators can be:

  • licensed mental health professionals, legal professionals, or other qualified professionals 


For mediation to work, you need to:

  • be willing to try to work out a solution with the other person

  • feel safe meeting with the other person to talk about the issues

  • be able to talk about your needs and listen to the other person’s concerns

A mediator does not take the place of a lawyer.

You should get independent legal advice before and throughout the mediation process to understand your rights and obligations.

If you and the other person come to an agreement, you should both get advice from different lawyers before signing the agreement to make sure that it is legally binding.

Your lawyer can also be involved in your mediation but does not have to go to mediation with you.


Qualified Parent Coordinator

  • Co-Parenting Coordination 

  • Parallel Parenting

  • Parent Alienation 

  • A Parenting Coordinator is responsible for assisting the parents in resolving disputes concerning the child’s welfare.

  • Disputes may include minor changes or clarifications in the custody plan and management of the child’s medical and dental care.

  • A Parenting Coordinator is also charged with assisting the parents in settling disputes involving mental health issues, psychotherapy and general child-rearing issues.

  • Parenting Coordinators are expressly prohibited from facilitating an agreement between the parties to alter legal custody or affect child support.

  • View our More Tab to compare Parenting Coordination vs Co-parenting Counseling




Reunification Therapy

  • Often referred to as "reconciliation"

  • Aims to reunite or reestablish a relationship between a parent and a child

  • Promote healthy communication between all parties

  • Works to heal injuries in the relationship

  • Improves relationships within the family or treat alienation

  • Often consists of at least one session for each parent, two or more sessions for each child, and at least two integrated sessions for the parent/child(ren) seeking reunification

  • Includes a Reunification Observational Report submitted to the court

  • Services also provided to adult children and their family members

Pre-surrendering Counseling and Home Study for private adoptions


Accelerated Resolution Therapy

  • Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) is a type of therapy that combines principles from several traditional forms of psychotherapy to reduce the effect of trauma and other psychological stressors.

  • Brief. Achieve benefits rapidly. 

  • Replace negative images and sensations with positive ones.

  • Using techniques such as rapid eye movement and image rescripting, this approach works to recondition stressful memories, changing how they are stored in the brain to improve overall mental health.

  • Used to treat: Posttraumatic Stress including
    Combat-related, Performance Anxiety, Poor Self Image, Codependency, Job Related Stress, Depression, Anxiety, Family Issues, Phobias, Personal Resilience, Substance Abuse, Panic Attacks, Grief and Loss, Sleep Issues, and Issues related to abuse including sexual abuse.

Risk Assessments

  • Spinal Cord Stimulator Evaluations

  • Bariatric Surgery Evaluations

  • Opioid Evaluations

  • Biopsychosocial for diagnosing using the DSM


  • Telehealth

  • Individual and Group Supervision

  • Louisiana PLPCs

Individual Psychotherapy for Professionals

  • Identify issues that interfere with your personal and professional life

  • Work together to develop methods to lighten your daily burdens



Collaborative Divorce

  • Aids both parties in resolving their differences fairly and equitably without resort or threat of resort to the courts

  • Utilizes teamwork, trouble-shooting, and problem-solving rather than fighting

  • Supports both parties with the emotional aspects of negotiations

  • Assist parents with child related concerns that may arise throughout the process such as custody and visitation

Behavioral Health Consultations for Civil Litigations including Personal Injury Plaintiffs' and Defendents' cases

  • Behavioral Health Psychological Assessments identifying the client’s baseline, strengths, weaknesses to confirm or dispute claims and recovery relating to pain, suffering, and emotional distress

  • Behavioral Health Depositions

  • Expert Witness Peer Reviews

  • Psychiatric Evaluations and non-projective scales used to identify the presence of a Behavioral Health Diagnosis

  • Behavioral Health supporting evidence specific to the client's litigation

  • Includes Observational Report submitted to the court

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One size does not fit all. We believe in the 3 C’s of Life: Choices, Chances, and Changes. You must first make a choice to take a chance and change your outcomes.


It starts with committing. Together, we will collaborate to identify your individual needs and help you discover the process that is needed for a resolution. 

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