Stacey Huth, LMSW is a clinical social worker. She received her Master of Social Work from Tulane University where she earned a certificate in mental health, addiction, and family. She completed an extensive internship at the Tulane Center for Autism and Related Disorders. Through training, Ms. Huth worked with clients with a broad range of diagnoses, including autism, ADHD, depression, and anxiety, school-related issues, family conflicts, relationships, and more.
Ms. Huth has experience providing comprehensive diagnostic evaluations, individual, group, parent-child, and family therapy in a clinical setting. Ms. Huth has held positions within private practice settings working with individuals of all ages using a person-centered approach. She is passionate about helping both clients and their families on their journey through life by encouraging mindfulness and more to promote an overall improvement and quality of life for all involved.
Ms. Huth has experience delivering evidence-based treatment including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), parent child interaction therapy (PCIT) parent management therapy (PMT), and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) to children, adolescences, adults, and their family to form connections, highlight their strengths, and resilience as well as provide comfort and understanding.