Carlo has over 25 years in private practice of mental health after working as an accounting professional. His professional experience has included the fields of sexual and gender health, family mediation and post-separation / divorce adjustment, Crisis and Suicide Intervention, hospice services, and trauma recovery.
Carlo is an American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) Certified Sex Therapist (CST). His areas of assistance have included: Out-of-Control Sexual Behaviors, low sexual desire, erectile difficulties, orgasmic dysfunction, sexual pain and assisting couples to maintain a healthy sexuality. He works with persons of all sexual orientations as well as persons who identify as kinky, poly or asexual.
Carlo is a member of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) as well as the National Association of Social Workers. He has provided competency training in the area of Gender to the LSU School of Medicine Psychiatric Residency Program, Louisiana Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers, LSU School of Social Work, LSU College of Education Counselor Education Program, and LSU Mental Health Center.
He has received training as a Domestic Mediator, Collaborative Divorce Professional, and Parenting Coordinator.
Along with his focus on sexual and gender health, Carlo has had a broad practice, providing over 25,000 hours of psychotherapy services to adults, couples, families, children and teens.
He earned a B.S. in Accounting from LSU, an M.A. in Psychology from Southeastern Lousiana University and an M.S.W. from LSU. He is a CPA (Inactive).
In his private life, he is a happy spouse and father of 2 children. Music in general and drumming specifically are his life hobbies. He also enjoys camping, astronomy, movies, books, and taking apart/making things.
Carlo Cuneo, LCSW, CST
Racheal Hebert is a licensed clinical social worker with experience in a variety of programs, including initiatives involving sexual trauma, violence prevention, crime victims’ rights, and women’s health.
Racheal received a baccalaureate degree in Sociology and Women’s & Gender Studies from Louisiana State University (LSU) in 2007. After gaining work experience at a variety of non-profit organizations, she returned to LSU and received a Masters of Social Work in 2013. Racheal has been a licensed clinical social worker since 2016.
A native of Houma, Louisiana, Racheal is proud to call South Louisiana home.
Racheal has received numerous honors and distinctions, including:
Honored as “Outstanding Feminist Activist” by the LSU Women’s & Gender Studies Department, 2007
Honored with the “James Midgley Leadership Award” by the LSU Social Work Department, 2013
Honored as one of Baton Rouge Business Report’s “40 Under Forty Capital Region’s Rising Stars,” 2015
Honored with the LSU Women’s Center “Esprit de Femme Award,” 2015
Racheal Hebert, LCSW
Rick Jackson earned a BS in Criminal Justice (Sacred Heart University) and a Master of Social Work (Louisiana State University). He holds the following credentials: License Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Addictions Counselor (LAC), and Certified Compulsive Gambling Counselor (CCGC). Rick has continued ongoing education in many types of therapeutic techniques including The Daring Way™.
He has 12 years of experience with co-occurring treatment and care, which he gained working at an in-patient treatment center, The Veterans Administration and at Red Stick Mental Health. He also trained at the Baton Rouge Crisis Intervention Center. He has experience in both the private and nonprofit realm of mental health. Rick’s experience includes but not limited to: mental health, addictions, long term recovery, crisis intervention, family of origin, family issues, and everyday coping.
Rick also works as an Adjunct Professor with LSU School of Social Work. He is called on to speak and train for schools, universities, and has been the Keynote Speaker for the Louisiana’s Safe & Drug Free Summit hosted by the Governor’s Office. He is a member of the National Association of Social Workers.
Rick Jackson, MSW, LCSW,
Jennifer Tewell is passionate about helping individuals and families. Fourteen years ago, she began her journey in the non-profit and small business sectors primarily in social services. Jennifer has experience in a variety of areas, including survivors of sexual assault, children/teens (ADHD, IEP, 504, neurodivergence), families, mild to chronic severe mental illness, trauma, crisis intervention, and prevention.
Jennifer earned a Master of Social Work (Louisiana State University), a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Communications (Franklin University), and an Associate of Arts in early-childhood education (Rock Valley College). Jennifer is a Certified Social Worker, certified Stewards of Children facilitator, Sexual Assault Survivors advocate, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) certified, Crisis Prevention Intervention certified, and a former Fragile Families facilitator. She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers.
She orchestrated a successful grassroots advocacy campaign that changed the law and executed a public education campaign around intimate partner violence that reached over 2.9 million people. The extensive macro experience she has in shaping systems that directly impact individuals allows for a unique perspective to empower clients.
Because of my own divergent background, it is important to me that I work with a wide range of individuals. This includes persons of all shapes and sizes, cultures and religions, abilities and disabilities, ages and races, sexual orientations (LGBTQI+, kink, poly, asexual), socioeconomic status and occupational status.