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Louisiana Online Therapy

Hello Louisiana! Whether you live in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Hammond or Kenna, we are here to serve you. Online Counseling gives you options and we are excited announcing that we can now serve the entire state of Louisiana through Teletherapy.

Teletherapy has become a popular need this year since it gives the resource to receive support in the comfort of your own home. It also eliminates commuting time and gives you more time to be with your family.

Teletherapy is providing therapy through a live video connection, over the internet or phone sessions. We provide the same treatment as you would in person, it’s just done through a computer or phone. Our platform is private, in order to protect your privacy and confidentiality.

It can be a beneficial option for adults, couples and families in the comfort of your own home.

Here is our Louisiana Therapist…

Mat Crawford, LPC

 My name is Mat Crawford. I contract with Therapy for Families. I am a laid back, warm, and compassionate proponent for kindness and patience toward ourselves and others. I have been working as a licensed mental health professional since 2008. As a  client-centered therapist I strive to meet you at whatever point you are in life and move forward at a pace you are comfortable with. I am passionate about utilizing good self-care to manage our mental health. While I don’t consider myself to have a faith-based approach to therapy, I do have an extensive background working with clients on incorporating faith/spiritual practices into a mental health care routine. I  enjoy learning how your personal spiritual/religious beliefs and practices impact your life. I am fully open to working with people of any spiritual persuasion, including none. I have extensive experience working with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Grief and Loss

  • Stress Management

  • Career issues

  • Work/Life Balance

  • Burnout

  • Significant Life Changes

  • Spiritual/Faith based concerns


Seeking out help to initiate or cope with a change in life is a significant step. I am honored each time someone trusts me to open up about their lives and discuss changes they want for themselves. I commit to providing  a safe place, void of judgment, to say out loud the stuff you think no one wants to hear, to try new things, and work toward becoming more of the person you want to be.


I earned a Bachelor’s of Psychology from Brigham Young University and my Masters in Counseling from Arizona State University. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor  in the states of Texas (#64506) Oklahoma (#6246) Missouri (#2019013522) and Louisiana (#7870). I work virtually in the state of Texas

The most common issues being:

Trauma (EMDR)

Depression & Other Mood Disorders (bipolar, dysthymia, DMDD, etc.)

Anxiety and Stress

Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)


Relationship Issues (e.g., family, parent-child, adult, etc.)


Trust, Intimacy, Validation & Communication

Men’s Issues

Substance Use


Emotion Regulation and Coping Skills


I have a Bachelor’s degree in business management from Utah Valley University, a Master of Public Administration from Brigham Young University, a Doctorate of Jurisprudence from J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University, and a Master of Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Phoenix. I am a licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in the State of Utah (#5847195-6004).


By filling out a form on our website or calling 281-819-0308. Also my email is [email protected] Please feel free to contact me.

Teletherapy (Online) Services Available:


Is online therapy as effective as in person therapy?

The research shows that Teletherapy is as effective as in person therapy, especially,  for individuals who assess at this level of support. With our growing world, individuals are needing easier access to therapy in the comfort of their own home to help them with relationships, mental health, boundaries and tools for coping with our modern fast paced world.

Benefits of Teletherapy:

  • Makes mental health resources available to the homebound and people in remote geographic areas.

  • Increases privacy and reduces stress for those who are anxious or embarrassed to receive counseling in person.

  • Eliminates travel time and travel expenses.

Is Teletherapy a Good Fit for You?

  • Would weekly, virtual, contact be enough for you to feel adequately supported by your therapist? Has commuting to an office been a barrier for seeking therapy?

  • Are there limited options for psychotherapy therapy where you live?

  • Do you live with symptoms that make moving around the city a struggle, such as a disability, chronic illness, chronic pain or chronic fatigue?

  • Do you travel frequently for work, making it difficult to maintain continuity of in person sessions?

  • Would Teletherapy give you more comfort, privacy and time at home with your family?

  • What are the benefits of online therapy?

What do I need for online therapy?

  •  A computer (laptop or desktop), smartphone or table

  • An integrated or external camera

  • Internet Connection

Our therapists, support and assist clients to connect with their authentic self and learn to love, not hate, themselves. Also, behaviors will be evaluated that are not currently working for them. We utilize multiple therapy modalities based on the client’s personality and problem. The therapy modalities are all research-based and are showing success based on the particular problems and the client.

Therapy Options for You…

Our greatest desire at Therapy for Families is to help each individual feel comfortable and hopeful about their therapy process. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns. We also offer a phone free consultation to help assess how therapy can benefit you and help you to feel peace and happiness again.

Services available in Texas, Utah, and Florida.

(281) 819-0308

[email protected]


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