Chris Broussard is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a National Certified Counselor. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Northwestern State University (1998) in Natchitoches, LA and his Master’s Degree in Community and Agency Counseling from the University of Montevallo (2002) in Montevallo, AL.
Chris was the co-director and group therapist for the second largest adult alcohol and drug outpatient program in Mississippi and the youngest clinical director of an opiate treatment program in Alabama. He also served on the Alabama Advisory Board to rewrite the State Standards for Opiate Replacement Programs.
Chris has over 12 years of experiences working in diverse settings which include abstinence and non-abstinence substance abuse programs, helping people meet requirement for probation/parole, and working in a private practice. He also volunteered as a therapist for Katrina evacuees at the Daphne Civic Center in Daphne, AL. His area of concentration is in individual and group therapy with adolescents and adults suffering from substance abuse, addiction, anxiety, and depression.
Chris has a black lab Buster, two beagles Addie and Athena, and a cat named Maley. He is excited to return to Louisiana after being gone from the state for over 15 years.