Jaquenetta Harness is a Zachary, LA, resident and currently serves as an IOP counselor at our Baton Rouge Campus. Jaquenetta Harness is a Master’s Social Worker and graduate of Louisiana State University A&M College Baton Rouge, LA, where she received her Master’s Degree in Social Work. Jaquenetta Harnes also graduated from Southern University A&M College with her Bachelor of Science in Social Work. She had the opportunity to serve the addiction and recovery population and grew a strong passion for being a change agent for this community. Jaquenetta Harness has an Associate of Science Degree degree in Criminal Justice. Upon completing her Master’s Degree, Jaquenetta Harness became a Certified Social Worker with the State of Louisiana Board of Social Work Examiners.
Jaquenetta Harness is now pursuing her passion for helping save lives one day at a time through providing mental health counseling services to individuals with mental health and substance use disorders. Jaquenetta has worked with adults, adolescents, and families with mental health, substance abuse, and behavioral health disorders in her paraprofessional career. Jaquenetta believes there is no cookie-cutter approach to treatment. Each situation is different. Therefore, in counseling, I like to utilize various evidence-based practices for treatment, including but not limited to Person-Centered, Cognitive Behavioral, Motivational Interviewing & Enhancement, Crisis Theory Intervention, and Existential therapeutic interventions. Jaquenetta is a member of the Phi Alpha Honor Society, LSU BHWETS (Behavioral Health Workforce Education & Training) Scholars, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SOCIAL WORK (NASW), and GREATER BATON ROUGE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BLACK SOCIAL WORK (NABSW). In her free time, Jaquenetta enjoys spending time with her family and friends, traveling, bowling, going to the movies, volunteering for community service opportunities, and becoming a better version of herself each day.
You may reach Jaquenetta at email@example.com.
"My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style" – Maya Angelou.