LOYOLA CENTER FOR COUNSELING AND EDUCATION
DOUBLES CLINIC CAPACITY & ANNOUNCES NEW THERAPY GROUPS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sarah Zoghbi, PLPC Co-Founding Director 504-365-2094 szoghbi@loyno.edu LOYOLA CENTER FOR COUNSELING AND EDUCATION DOUBLES CLINIC CAPACITY & ANNOUNCES NEW THERAPY GROUPS NEW ORLEANS (July 23, 2020) – Loyola Center for Counseling and Education announces expanded therapy services, offering new low-cost group therapy to underserved members of the New Orleans community. The LCCE opened in 2019 and has been providing sliding-scale individual, couple, family, … Continue reading LOYOLA CENTER FOR COUNSELING AND EDUCATION
DOUBLES CLINIC CAPACITY & ANNOUNCES NEW THERAPY GROUPS

Surviving after Hurricane Katrina… Let’s celebrate the Survivors.

Remembering Hurricane Katrina brings up a host of painful emotions, pains that we can not escape. The date feels like a bandaid that has been ripped off, exposing unhealed festering wounds. Those affected by Katrina may look and act as though they are healed, but underneath the scab lays layers of trauma.

Thinking back to Hurricane Katrina and observing all the changes in these fourteen years, it appears that the Survivors of Hurricane Katrina are put on display to stir emotions and not the mere acknowledgment of their survival. There are stories behind those voiceless pictures.

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Remembering my baby girl, My’Tae Antionette. Shame and embarrassment silenced me from saying her name.

This will be my first time speaking of this ever in life, and as I share, I hope I can free myself from twenty-eight years of guilt and pain. I have asked God and My’Tae for forgiveness, and some years ago, I had the same dream about being pregnant, giving birth, and burying my baby over and over again. A voice told me I was too young to know what was going on with my body, nor did I have a clue about sex, and that I had been forgiven at the very moment I was going through it. It helped some, but still… Continue reading Remembering my baby girl, My’Tae Antionette. Shame and embarrassment silenced me from saying her name.