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Hammond Staff Directory

Emily Parsons, MHS :

Emily Parsons, MHS

B.S. Psychology, University of Phoenix

Lisa Bolden, MA, MHP :

Lisa Bolden, MA, MHP

M.A. Criminal Justice
B.A. Psychology, Southern University-New Orleans
B.S. Criminal Justice/Psychology, Southern University-New Orleans
A.A. Substance Abuse, Southern University-New Orleans

Kevin Scott, MSW, MHP :

Kevin Scott, MSW, MHP

M.A. Social Work, Southern University-New Orleans
B.A. Psychology, Southern University-New Orleans
B.S. Social Work, Southern University-New Orleans
A.A. Substance Abuse, Southern University-New Orleans

Kironisha Bradstreet, M.A., Administrative Director :

Kironisha Bradstreet, M.A., Administrative Director

M.A. Health Care Administration
B.A. General Studies with Psychology Concentration, Southeastern Louisiana University

Tawanda Bell, MHP :

Tawanda Bell, MHP

B.S. Psychology, Southern University

Doris Phillips, MHS :

Doris Phillips, MHS

B.A. Criminal Justice, Southeastern Louisiana University

 

Carol Williams LPC, NCC

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Lori Booth, NCC, LMFT, LPC
Clinical Director


Lori Booth, NCC, LMFT, LPC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Michelle Evans, MS/MHP
Executive Facility Director

Michelle Evans

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Chanta Bryant
Administrative Director

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Felicia Jenkins
Clinical Coordinator

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Njaya Bethancourt, MHS

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Katina Smith, PLPC

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Emily Parsons, MHS

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