Student Support Services Directory
B14 Coates Hall | O 225-578-2873 | F 225-578-8308 | email@example.com
Director, MSW, LCSW
|Debbie Hollier earned her MSW from the LSU School of Social Work and her B. A. in Social Welfare from Mississippi State University. Prior to earning her MSW, she worked in the LSU Union and the LSU College of Engineering. After earning her MSW, she worked with local psychiatrists providing mental health counseling for teens and adults. She earned her LCSW in June 1991 and started her career at LSU SSS in November 1991.. Originally employed in the SSS program as a Counselor, she took over the role of Director in 2000. Debbie is married to Dr. Clayton A Hollier, a professor in the LSU Plant Pathology Department. She has four children and one granddaughter. Debbie’s hobbies include reading, spending time at the beach and working on genealogy projects for her family and friends.|
|Nathan Maranto, MSW, LMSW, earned his Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies at Louisiana State University and his Master of Social Work at Louisiana State University. He completed his internship experience at LSU Mental Health Center and is currently working toward LCSW licensure. He provides advising and counseling services to the SSS freshmen cohort.|
|Rachael Robideaux Counselor, M.Ed., NCC, PLPC
|Rachael Robideaux M.Ed., NCC, PLPC, earned her Bachelors of Science in Psychology at Georgia Institute of Technology and her Masters of Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Auburn University. She is a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) and is a member of the American Counseling Association (ACA), and the Louisiana Counseling Association (LCA), and is currently working toward LPC licensure. She provides advising and counseling services to SSS members who are in their sophomore year and is the SSS 1001 instructor.|
Chauntreniece Davis is a 2008 graduate of LSU with a B.A. in Psychology. After graduation, she took an alternative certification route in secondary education, where she became licensed to teach seventh- twelfth grade English Language Arts and in 2014 she became a certified teacher. After three years of teaching, Chauntreniece decided to return to LSU to obtain a Master's degree in School Counseling and Clinical Mental Health; she will graduate in the class of 2020. She serves as the graduate assistant in Student Support Services, assisting with class and seeing students for student action strategy and personal skills development counseling.