Carly LeBlanc is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Board Approved Clinical Supervisor with more than 10 years of experience in mental health. She received her undergraduate degree from Louisiana State University and her master’s degree from Tulane University. She completed her clinical training at Depaul-Tulane Behavioral Hospital. Carly has worked in both outpatient and inpatient settings with adolescents, adults and geriatric clients. She has experience in program development and previously served as the program coordinator for the VA New Orleans Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Recovery Center, a mental health day treatment program for veterans with serious mental illness diagnoses.
Carly’s therapeutic approach is to provide evidenced based treatment interventions to help clients who are struggling with symptoms related to mood, anxiety and psychotic disorders. Her primary theoretical treatment model is cognitive behavioral therapy, an approach that helps clients change unhelpful patterns of thinking, problematic behaviors and negative emotional responses. She is also trained and skilled in motivational interviewing and social skills training for schizophrenia. She has extensive experience in conducting both group and individual therapy. Carly has specific clinical interest and expertise in social anxiety, serious mental illness diagnoses, psychosis, suicide prevention and transgender issues.
Carly provides a comfortable and safe treatment environment in which clients can successfully identify and work towards achieving self-defined goals while collaboratively engaging in solution focused approaches for improved functioning and enhanced quality of life.