CFS Counselors

Victoria Griffin, M.S.

PLPC

(victoria@cfshope.org)

​​Victoria utilizes a person-centered approach and likes to incorporate a variety of modalities in order to fit a client’s specific needs, such as play therapy or other creative interventions. She believes that people are the experts of their lives and have the strengths within them to overcome any challenges they face. Victoria's mission is to provide efficient, nonjudgmental, and compassionate counseling to those in need.

Creative Family Solutions

Brianne Cortez, LPC

​Staff Counselor

(brianne@cfshope.org)

Brianne prefers a more relaxed and casual approach to counseling.  She strives to ensure a trusting, healthy therapeutic relationship with her clients- working from a combined Attachment Theory and Structural Family Therapy perspective. As a strengths-based counselor, she prefers to inspire change by building on hope and strengths. Brianne also often incorporates play and/or art into her sessions, especially with children and adolescents.

Ashley Trosclair, LPC-S

Clinical Director

(ashley@cfshope.org)

Ashley is the Clinical Director of Creative Family Solutions and has been with the agency since 2008. Her expertise is working with adolescents and juveniles in the juvenile justice system and working closely with surrounding agencies and stakeholders in the community. Ashley is a member of the Louisiana Counseling Association and also serves on the Battle for the Paddle Committee through the United Way of St. Charles.

Sara Lyon, LPC, RYT

Staff Counselor

(sara@cfshope.org)

Sara is a dedicated professional actively involved in the community helping others improve their lives through education, yoga, and mental health. Sara is Existential and Humanistic with expertise using mindfulness-based cognitive therapies, such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Gottman Method Couples Therapy, and trauma informed modalities.