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Licensed Professional Counselor
Certified Child Custody Evaluator
-Behavioral Health consultations for Judiciary Professionals and individuals regarding family law and civil law litigations
-Prompt, Secure, Online, Telehealth Appointments
-Local on-site appointments when available
Heather is a Licensed Professional Counselor licensed by the Louisiana LPC Board of Examiners in good standing. She is also a Certified Child Custody Evaluator, certified by Association of Family and Conciliation Courts. Heather specializes in collaborating with Judiciary Professionals and individuals involved in family law and civil law litigations.
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 the child in her Certified Child Custody Evaluations. In her civil law Behavioral Health consultations, she strives to acknowledge the possible lasting negative psychological effects caused.
Through the use of virtual, on demand, Telehealth services, Heather is able to provide care and long-distance consultations completely online. Limited local on-site services are provided to Louisiana residents.
What We Specialize In?
Child Custody Evaluations
assessment completed to recognize the strengths and weaknesses of the family dynamics and identifying each parenting style involved
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)
aim 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
improve 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
aid both parties in resolving their differences fairly and equitably without resort or threat of resort to the courts
utilize teamwork, trouble-shooting, and problem-solving rather than fighting
support 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
No one should have to walk alone.
Behavioral Health Consultations for Civil Litigations
Behavioral Health Psychological Assessments identifying the client’s strengths and weaknesses
Behavioral Health Depositions
Behavioral Health Diagnosing
Behavioral Health supporting evidence specific to the client's litigation
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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.