OUR PRACTICE

 

OUR MISSION

Renewing the Mind ~ Transforming Lives

 

We are an Eclectic group of mental health professionals utilizing various theoretical approaches  to assist clients in:

  1. identifying the source of emotional pain/distress and/or behavioral conflicts;

  2. recognizing relationships between self-destructive thoughts, feelings, and behaviors; and

  3. changing adverse traits into qualities that enrich cognitive, behavioral, emotional, and spiritual health.

 

While our treatment modalities are Eclectic, we evoke clients to:

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  • think critically (analyzing and challenging thoughts, emotions, perceptions, experiences, beliefs, and values)

  •  recognize cognitive and behavior connections;

  •  manage emotion and behavior;

  • clarify beliefs, values, and standards;

  • determine the significance of an event or issue;

  • consider consequences before acting; and

  • explore efficient ways of responding, behaving, and coping.

Jacqueline Mims, EDD, PHD
Clinical Director/CEO

Jacqueline Mims, EdD, PhD is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Supervisor and a Certified School Psychologist and Supervisor.  Dr. Mims serves as Clinical Director/CEO of Eclectic Cognitive Behavioral Center (formerly Eclectic Rehabilitation Counseling Services), which she founded in 1989.  Dr. Mims earned a Doctorate Degree in Psychology from Argosy University; and Doctorate Degree in Special Education from Southern University.  Other Post-Graduate studies include Vocational Education at Louisiana Statue University, Psychoeducational Therapy at the National Institute for Learning Development; and the University of California at Santa Cruz; and Forensic Psychology at Argosy University. She was appointed to the Louisiana Licensed Professional Counselors Board of Examiners in 2013, by Governor Bobby Jindal; and currently serves and Vice-Chair of the Board.

Eclectic Cognitive Behavioral Center

1733 Wooddale Blvd

Baton Rouge, LA 70806

Phone: 225-924-2800

Fax: 225-924-9280

 

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