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Monica Cazes, LPC

I am committed to creating a safe-space with my clients as we move forward together on a journey towards growth, change and healing. I practice in a way which helps you, the client, uncover your own answers and explore newfound strengths through an empowering counseling relationship.


My interests and areas of specialty include, couples therapysubstance abuse/addiction recovery, family conflict, relationship issues, infidelity, codependency, coping skills,

depression/anxiety, life transitions, and personal growth.

As a provider of couples counseling in the greater New Orleans area, I work with clients of all kinds and ensure ethical and empathetic services to you and your partner. I offer marriage counseling, premarital counseling, and relationship therapy inclusive of trauma-informed practices, addiction recovery therapy for spouses/family members and comfortable access for those in LGBTQ+ communities.




Loyola University of New Orleans (2019)

 -Masters (MS) in Mental Health Counseling 

University of Central Florida (2016)

 -Bachelors of Science (BS) in Psychology:

Treatment Approaches

  • Family Systems

  • Gottman Method

  • Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)

  • Attachment-Based

  • Trauma-Focused

  • Mindfulness-Based

  • Strength-Based 

  • Solution-Focused 

Payment Rates

Sessions are 50 minutes in length

Individual: $125

Couples: $175

Families: $200+



I believe the counseling process requires a trusting relationship between the counselor and the client. We will discuss thoughts, feelings and future goals. This process may be both emotional and challenging, however, it will also be rewarding in gaining a new opportunity to better know yourself. We will work as a team to explore life's present difficulties and work towards an improved life together.

Therapy can serve as an opportunity to foster growth, self-acceptance, reflection and a means of coping. My empathetic approach to therapy will highlight your strengths, preferences, and needs. The length of counseling varies within each client and may require a level of patience and trust in the therapeutic process. Sometimes, taking this first step may be the hardest part. 

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