Meet the Office of Student Services

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  Name A Letter to Students 
Lisa Newman

Lisa Breeden Newman, MA LPC-S

Assistant Dean

Ever since I graduated from high school in Avoyelles Parish, I dreamed of becoming a counselor to help children have someone in whom to confide; and wanted to begin this dream at LSU. I received my BA in Psychology in 1982 and MA in Community Counseling in 1987 from LSU. I started my career at LSU and have remained here since graduating with my Master’s degree.

In conjunction with the administrative duties of my position, I provide academic, career, and personal counseling to all students in the college.  My primary responsibilities include the determination of graduation and student teaching eligibility and coordination of the appeals committee for the college.

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Supervisor of Counselor Interns in the state of Louisiana. I am also a member of the Louisiana Counseling Association (LCA) and the Louisiana College Counseling Association (LCCA) and have held the office of President for both organizations because of my strong commitment to professional growth and service. 

I am an avid reader and enjoy going to libraries, bookstores, and garage sales. I also love to help my husband with gardening and maintaining their numerous outdoor plants. My husband and I have five children between the two of us and seven grandchildren who live here in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Brussels, Belgium.

Best wishes,

Lisa

 Ashley Gray

Ashley Gray

Counselor

 

 

Tyre Jones

Administration Program Specialist

 
 Alyssa Kimmell

 

Alyssa Kimmell, M.Ed.

Counselor 

 

My name is Alyssa Kimmell, and I am grateful to be one of your counselors in the College of Human Sciences and Education. This place is like a second home to me because I graduated with my Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and with my Masters in Education for School Counseling both here at LSU.  My time here was filled with club involvement, football games, mission trips, and so many other wonderful memories. I hope to serve you well as your academic counselor and come alongside you as you experience some of the best (and most difficult sometimes) years of your life at LSU! Geaux get ‘em Tigers!

JOY,

Alyssa

Robicheaux

Bridget Robicheaux, Ed.S., LPC

Counselor

AwardIt has been an honor to serve as a College of Human Sciences and Education academic counselor since 2006.  My time at LSU has allowed me to assist students to reach their goal of graduation while supporting their personal and social growth. While my role as an academic counselor is to provide academic support to students, their passion and drive motivates and inspires me daily. I am thankful to have the opportunity to work in a setting that I love, doing what I love.

I am a three time graduate of LSU and the College of Human Sciences and Education and have earned degrees in secondary education, community counseling, and a Certificate of Education Specialist focused on school counseling. I am currently a licensed professional counselor and a certified school counselor in Louisiana. When not on campus, I enjoy spending time with my family and cheering on the Saints and Tigers!

I look forward to working with you to help you reach your goals while at LSU and to prepare for opportunities after graduation.

Geaux Tigers!

Bridget

 

Haley Shows

Coordinator of Recruitment