Our Wellness Staff consists of a licensed clinical social worker who supervises one licensed masters social worker and two master's level mental health interns. Counselors adhere to a strict code of ethics that protects the confidentiality of the counseling relationship, has respect for diverse cultural backgrounds, prohibits discrimination, and mandates counselors put the needs and welfare of clients before all others in their practice.
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Since 2010, the Broadmoor Improvement Association has partnered with schools of mental health in the city including Tulane University's School of Social Work, Loyola University's School of Counseling, the University of Holy Cross, and Southern University's School of Social Work to be able to provide affordable mental health services as we train the next generation of mental health professionals.
The BIA has trained over 30 students that have gone on to work in a variety of settings including, but not limited to, schools, hospitals, community organizations, shelters and mental health agencies.
In 2018, the Tulane University School of Social Work recognized BIA's clinical supervisor by awarding her the Award for Excellence in Field Mentorship.
The BIA offers a holistic and comprehensive field experience that embodies clinical-community practice. BIA mental health interns can expect to have field experience in the clinical realm as well as in the community level practice.