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Counseling Department

The counseling department promotes the personal/social, career, and academic growth and development of all students. The goal of our counseling program is to engage parents, teachers, administrators, students and community partners in order to meet the holistic needs of all students. The designated class counselors remain with students throughout their high school career focusing on personal advisement and academic counseling. Each year, individual academic planning meetings are held with every student to review their four year plans and to complete course requests for the upcoming year. In addition, our college counselor is available to students for career and college exploration.


Leadership Opportunities

Mental Health Resources

UL Lafayette Clinic for Counseling and Personal Development

The ULL CCPD offers a wide variety of counseling services and charges a one-time intake fee of $25.00. All subsequent services are FREE.

Counseling services include:

  • Individual Counseling
  • Family Counseling
  • Couples Counseling
  • Group Therapy
  • Play Therapy

Jacob Crouch Suicide Prevention Services

Jacob Crouch Suicide Prevention Services is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides resources for support groups, hotlines, and various programs.

Hearts of Hope

Hearts of Hope is a 501(c)(3) non-profit agency that responds daily to those affected by the trauma of sexual violence in our community by providing education, advocacy and empowerment services and programs. With the help of law enforcement, the criminal justice system and healthcare professionals, their services are available to the Acadiana area of Louisiana: Lafayette, Acadia, Vermilion, Iberia, St. Martin, St. Mary, St. Landry & Evangeline parishes.

Healing House

Healing House is a non-profit agency focused on helping children through grief issues in a group atmosphere. The Healing House does not provide counseling or therapy, but a safe place, where children who have experienced a death of a loved one can express their thoughts and feelings in a variety of ways.

Contact Us

Class of 2019 Counselor
Christy Romero, M.S., LPC, NCC
Extension: 131

Class of 2020 Counselor
Sharon Johnson, M.Ed.
Extension: 133

Class of 2020 Counselor
Laura Trahan, MSW, LCSW
Extension: 133

Class of 2021 Counselor
Kristen Brown, M.Ed, M.S. and PLPC
Extension: 146

Class of 2022 Counselor
Nicole Butaud Strother, M.Ed., NCC
Extension: 132