Counseling Office in Gonzales, LA

Counseling Office in Gonzales, LA We have an office in Gonzales, LA where we offer Individual Counseling, Marriage Counseling and Family Counseling. Our office in conveniently located off of Hwy 30 on S. Hodgeson Rd., only a few minutes from I-10. This location is easily accessible to Gonzales, St. Amant, Prairieville, Sorrento, Donaldsonville, French Settlement … [Read more…]

DUI Evaluations for Other States

DUI Evaluations for Other States I sometimes get calls asking whether I do Substance Abuse Evaluations for offenses that have occurred in another state? For example, a person from Baton Rouge traveled to Houston, TX. and he was charged with a DUI. He may call to ask if I can do his Substance Abuse Evaluation … [Read more…]

Alcohol Poisoning

Alcohol Poisoning: A Real Issue That Kills A new report released by the CDC states that an average of six people in the United States die every day as a direct result of alcohol poisoning. More than 2,200 American citizens die every year from alcohol poisoning, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention … [Read more…]

After Hours Counseling in Baton Rouge

We understand that some people are locked into a Monday through Friday workday, and it is difficult to leave work on a consistent basis to attend counseling.  Therefore, we provide After Hours Counseling in the late afternoon and evening hours during the week, and also Saturdays.  Whether you need Individual Counseling, Marriage Counseling or Family … [Read more…]

Statistics on Illegal Drugs

A portion of our counseling practice is assisting individuals stuck in the cycle of drug addiction, or helping family members cope with a loved one who is stuck in this cycle.  The following are some startling statistics of drug use in the United States and around the world. Cocaine Statistics 1 out of 4 Americans … [Read more…]

Statistics on Cigarette Smoking (Tobacco Addiction)

Worldwide, between 80,000 and 100,000 kids start smoking every day. Approximately one quarter of children alive in the Western Pacific Region* will die from smoking. The World Health Organization (WHO) has compiled worldwide smoking statistics for the year 2002. The smoking facts and stats presented are sobering. A portion of the report appears below, but … [Read more…]