Resolving old wounds engages the whole person, but leaves the person whole.
After 25 years in the psychotherapy field, I have decided to retire from my practice. The decision to retire was thought about and considered for many months. It is with both excitement and regret as I enter the next chapter of my life. I will not be seeing clients after April 23, 2018, and the office will close on June 30, 2018.
I have discussed with my current clients, that I will be retiring and am assisting in finding new therapists. Once a therapist has been decided upon, a release of information must be signed, and at that time, I will share information with the new therapist. Your records will be kept in an offsite storage facility for 7 years if anything should be needed.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding your care, you may contact either me or Kim at 337-988-4452. We can also be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I want to thank you all for the opportunity to guide you in your healing from unresolved childhood wounds.
Inherent worth exists within each individual and can be remembered with one-on-one therapy.
Powerful boundaries empower couples to experience respectful and intimate relationship.
In this safe and nurturing environment, participants often release painful emotions and embrace their own power.
Johnnie Gachassin is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW. She received her Masters of Social Work degree from Tulane University’s School of Social Work. Practicing psychotherapy since 1998, her private practice includes treatment of individuals, couples, and groups.Learn More About Johnnie