Stephenne Brady Calhoun is a compassionate and dedicated Licensed Professional Counselor with a strong commitment to serving individuals, couples, and families. Her educational
background includes a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Southern University and A & M College.
With a career that began in Social Services with Volunteers of America Greater Baton Rouge, focusing on HIV/AIDS Services, and later as part of the Nurturing Parenting Program in North Louisiana, Stephenne has spent the majority of her professional life working with and
advocating for families and children. Her role as the Central Regional Director of Prevent Child Abuse Louisiana showcased her dedication to child welfare and well-being.
Stephenne's counseling experience is diverse, covering a wide range of therapeutic interests, including anxiety, depression, stress management, relationship challenges, grief, substance abuse, and parenting. She has successfully helped individuals navigate these challenges,
providing them with the support and tools needed to find healing and personal growth.
Additionally, Stephenne is a passionate advocate for parenting education. She has extensive experience utilizing the Nurturing Parenting Program and S.T.E.P Parenting Curriculum, where she has not only provided counseling but also trained other facilitators in these evidence-based
programs. Her commitment to enhancing parenting skills and fostering healthy family dynamics is a testament to her dedication to building stronger, happier families in her community.
Currently, she serves as a Mental Health Therapist in the University Counseling Center at Southern University and A & M College, where she continues to make a positive impact on her community.
Beyond her professional life, Stephenne enjoys a variety of interests, including reading, public speaking, community service, traveling, and crafting. Her multifaceted nature allows her to connect with clients on various levels and understand their unique perspectives.
As a counselor, Stephenne believes in providing a safe space for her clients to explore and express their innermost thoughts and feelings. With a faith-based perspective, she helps individuals reach an awareness of their strengths and self-efficacy. Her professional philosophy
is summed up in her commitment to being a "positive interruption" in the lives of her clients.
In her personal life, Stephenne has been happily married to her husband Cornelius since 2005
and is the proud mother of three wonderful children, affectionately known as "The Little