Our staff of counselors brings decades of experience in mental health services
At CFIC, we believe in the value of professional and confidential behavioral health services. We strive to treat each person with the care and respect they deserve. Change is a difficult process and we respect those that make efforts to pursue treatment. We believe that treatment outcomes are best when the treatment approach is effectively matched to the individual’s specific situation.
Dr. S. Hugh Bryan, Counseling Psychologist
Dr. Hugh Bryan is a Licensed Psychologist. He obtained a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Louisiana College and then completed a Master's degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from the University of Georgia, followed by a Ph. D. in counseling psychology from the University of Missouri at Columbia in 1983. Dr. Bryan worked in private practice at the Christian Center for Psychological Services from 1975-1978 and was licensed in Missouri as a Psychologist and worked in private practice from 1978-1983.
Dr. Bryan founded the The Center for Family & Individual Counseling, Inc. in 1983. He specializes in providing family therapy, marriage therapy, treating depression, anxiety, and chronic pain. He also serves as the psychologist for the Alexandria Police Department and provides pre-employment screenings and fitness for duty evaluations for policemen from various Central Louisiana law enforcement agencies as well as the Federal Occupational Health Services. Dr. Bryan evaluates ministerial candidates for the State of Louisiana for the United Methodist Church.
Dr. Bryan is a member of the American Psychological Association, Biofeedback Society of America, National Rehabilitation Association, International Association of Chiefs of Police, and the American Christian Counselors Association. He has been married for over 40 years and has three children and three grandchildren.
Dr. Adam Hess, Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Adam Hess is a licensed Clinical Psychologist in Central Louisiana. He studied Psychology at California State University, Fresno where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. He earned his Master of Arts and Doctorate in Forensic Psychology at Alliant International University. Adam has practiced in several institutional settings to include juvenile and adult correctional institutions, outpatient and residential treatment centers for drugs and alcohol, and in settings offering treatment to law enforcement personnel. He has experience treating substance abuse, trauma, mood, and anxiety disorders in adolescents and adults.
Adam has taught University classes in Criminology and Psychology at California State University, Fresno and at Louisiana State University at Alexandria. He has published articles in peer reviewed journals in the area of Eyewitness Memory.
Dr. Sadie Doll, Clinical Psychologist
Sadie Doll is a Clinical Psychologist licensed to practice in the state of Louisiana. She obtained her doctoral degree at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology and joined the Center for Family and Individual Counseling in 2018.
Dr. Doll specializes in individual therapy, particularly focusing on the relational dynamics unique to women, as well as a variety of other mental health concerns to include depression, anxiety, self-harm, trauma, grief, mood concerns, problematic eating patterns, crisis intervention, and ineffective relationship styles. In her practice, Dr. Doll utilizes an eclectic approach drawing from psychoanalytical and third-wave cognitive behavioral orientations in working with adults and older adolescents.
She also has an extensive background and experience utilizing various assessment measures, including neuropsychological assessments, that assist in diagnosis and treatment.
Christine Tilley, Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Christine Tilley is a licensed clinical social worker in the state of Louisiana with over 20 years of experience in the field of mental health. She has also been licensed in Florida and Maryland. She has considerable experience working with a wide range of chronic and acute emotional problems as well as helping others in areas of general life problems. She works with individuals (children, adolescents, and adults), couples, and families.
Her areas of expertise include depression, generalized anxiety, panic attacks, problems related to ADHD in children and adolescents, behavioral problems in children and adolescents, marriage problems, stress management, and helping children transition after divorce. In her counseling, Christine primarily utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with an emphasis on problem solving and development of coping skills. She comes from a Christian-based perspective. She has been married over 20 years and has three children.