Louidine Joseph-Scott, LPC
Louidine has been an intentional counselor educator for 20 years. Her career working in the arena of counseling and therapeutic services expands from secondary schools, collegiate settings to nonprofit agencies. Louidine received her master’s in counseling psychology in 2013, becoming certified as a school counselor and a licensed professional counselor. Her work experience has been focused on issues related to career/education, anxiety, depression, trauma, ADHD, relationship/family conflicts, learning and homework problems, parenting challenges, and transitional issues that impact immigrant families.
She tailors her approach to clients’ unique individual needs and believes in the power of relationship-building connection and collective care. She utilizes a combination of evidence-based approaches including cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness, motivational interviewing, trauma focused therapy and person-centered techniques to assist clients in obtaining a personalized counseling experience. Her clinical method is deeply rooted in relational, attachment, narrative, and ethnic/racial affirming frameworks.
Louidine was born and raised in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. She received both her Bachelor in Business Administration and Master in Counseling Psychology from Temple University.