Mental Health Counseling
Did you know that more than 75% of mental health conditions begin before the age of
24? At LSUE, we have a duty to care for students' well being both inside and outside
of the classroom. That is why we have decided to partner with Compass Health to provide mental health counseling services to LSUE students free of charge.
Are you concerned for yourself or someone who is...
- Having difficulty making friends?
- Having panic attacks?
- Experiencing test anxiety?
- Feeling lonely and depressed?
- Going through a difficult time in a relationship?
- Feeling hopeless and losing motivation?
- Thinking about suicide?
- Drinking or using other drugs?
- Having family problems?
- Dealing with childhood abuse or domestic abuse?
- Pregnant and scared?
Counseling appointments are one-on-one meetings with a licensed counselor who is trained
to help you work through whatever it is you are struggling with to help you work towards
recovery. Most people struggle with clicking the button below because they do not
want to admit they need help. But it is okay to not be okay, and sometimes, all you
may need is someone to talk to who will not judge you for feeling the way you feel.
Schedule by Phone or Email
Contact Ms. Brittany Leger, Compass Health Program Assistant, to schedule your appointment
by calling 337-788-1304 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet the Counselor
Ms. Tara Charpentier is a Licensed Practitioned Social Worker who provides mental
health counseling services on the LSUE campus.