Dr. Jenny Hollander

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Dr. Jenny Hollander possesses a Ph.D. In Counselor Education from the University of New Orleans. She is a licensed addiction counselor, and licensed marriage and family therapist. Dr. Hollander also trained at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. Jenny has presented locally and nationally on topics including substance abuse counseling, ethics, and multiple relationships. She has over a decade of clinical experience working with individuals experiencing a range of difficulties including depression, substance abuse, anxiety, and grief. Dr. Jenny Hollander works with adults, adolescents, couples and families.

Lauran Settoon, M.Ed., LPC

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Lauran holds a B.S. in psychology from LSU and a M.Ed. in counseling from Southeastern Louisiana University. Lauran has over 6 years of experience helping individuals and families address a wide array of concerns including ADHD, anxiety, depression, trauma related disorders, post-partum mood disorders, and issues related to grief and loss. One of her specialties is using play therapy techniques to better communicate with young children. She can be contacted at 225-993-1709.

Amy F. McClain, M.A., PLPC

She can be contacted at

(985) 629-1055

As a Provisional Licensed Professional Counselor, Amy has several years of experience working with adults and older adolescents whose lives are affected by grief, depression, and anxiety, helping them to understand their symptoms and address them with more effective coping skills. She also has experience working with couples to improve their communication skills and to reestablish and strengthen those initial bonds of intimacy and friendship with one another. Her therapeutic approach is eclectic, utilizing a variety of techniques and theories dependent on the client’s particular needs.

At this time, Amy only accepts private pay. Cash or check is preferred.

In addition, clients can only be scheduled after 5pm on Mondays and Wednesdays, and after 12:30pm on Fridays.

Shantel Watson-Wilson, M.Ed., PLPC

She can be contacted at

(985) 318-0584

Shantel L. Watson-Wilson earned her undergraduate Bachelor of Arts degree from Dillard University in Sociology in 1998. She received a Masters’ degree in Educational Counseling and Special Populations in 2014. Shantel is a Louisiana certified educator and school guidance counselor. She works with adolescence, adults, and families. Her goal is to support clients through challenges and assist in developing new skills and improve coping strategies to enhance quality of life.