Stacey Fuselier Pierce is a native of Shreveport, Louisiana. She attended McNeese State University and graduated in May 1995 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She attended Louisiana Tech University and graduated in March 1998 with a Master’s of Arts in Counseling and Guidance. Stacey was the Adolescent Therapist at Brentwood Hospital from 1998-2001 working with Adolescents, Children and Families.
In 2001 Stacey became a Licensed Professional Counselor and a National Certified Counselor and began working in Community Based Mental Health Services. She worked with Adults, Adolescents and Youth with Serious Mental Illnesses. In December 2002, she became a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Stacey is also certified as a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor.
Stacey began working with the State of Louisiana in 2004, seeing the changes from the Office of Mental Health to the Office of Behavioral Health to what is now the Northwest Louisiana Human Services District. Her primary role was developing and monitoring social service and professional contracts for NLHSD. In her years of state service, she also worked in various programs including Adult Treatment Services, Regional Access Unit and Quality Assurance. She developed the programs for what now is a successful housing program and Adult Mobile Crisis team through NLHSD. Stacey was the Clinical Director for the Behavioral Health Services programs in Shreveport and Monroe with Easterseals Louisiana from June of 2017 until February 2020 where she provided assessments, treatment recommendations and counseling for adults in the Mental Health Rehabilitation programs. In 2020 Stacey joined the team of Center for Counseling and Psychological Resources.
Stacey became a certified Mental Health First Aid Trainer in May of 2016. She has co-facilitated MHFA sessions for various groups and agencies in the last four years. She is a certified PEERS ® (The Program for the Education and Enrichment of Relational Skills) Trainer
Stacey has participated in several community coalitions and has provided training on a variety of topics related to clinical practice. She is a former board member of the Percy R. Johnson Burn Foundation and A Place that Warms the Heart, where she facilitated grief support groups. She participated on the Planning Advisory Council for HOPE for the Homeless, a nonprofit service organization in Shreveport, LA.
I look forward to bringing my experience with program development to the clinical services team at the Center for Counseling and Psychological Resources.