Our Team

Jasmine Adams, BA

Jennie Alexandry, MA

Summer Rae Arcemont, MA
Erika Aucoin, MA

Rana Augustine, MA

Erin Becnel, BS

Alanna Benoit, BS
Carey Bergeron, MA

Hailey Burkett, MA

Megan Bryant, BA

Raegan Constant, BA
Courtney Boquet, MA
Kentrell Boyd-Heisser, MSW

Cheralyn Breaux, BS

Tonya Caldwell, BS
Jacqueline Luter-Calloway, MSW, RSW
Sherry Champagne, MA
Kristin Champine, BA

Stacey Donnelly, BS

Jada Foret, MS

Ajah Guidroz, BA

Angela Johnson, MSW, LCSW
Tonya Jones, MA

Lisa Jordan, MA
Lashawn King, BA

Mark LeBoeuf, MA
Ciera LeBouef, BS​

Katie Ledet, MA
Cherrie Lindsey, MA

Alexandra Lorraine, BA
Deshanna Martin, BA

Michaela Matherne, BA
Tammy Medlen, LMSW

LaShawn Miller, BA

Whitney Miller, BA

Gabrielle Montz, BA

Michael Naquin, MSW

Adrienne Neville, MA

Kristi Olsen, MA
Denise Patterson, MS

Monique Phillips, MS

Elouise Robertson, MSW, RSW

Jennifer Schafer, BIS

Chante Singleton, BA

Gabriel Singleton, MA
Patricia Steib, M.ED

Brittany Variet, BA
Juanita Walker, BS

Theresa Weary, MAPC

Erin White, BA

Sheila White, MA

Jerrica Williams, BA

Kimberly Williamson, BSW

Tiffany Woods, BA

Sylvia Young, BA


Richard Bergeron, PMHNP

Tim Pellegrin, PMHNP-BC

Clinical Supervisors

Genevia Arsene, CRC, LPC-S
Genevia received her MA in Rehabilitation Counseling Psychology in 1994 from Southern University, A&M College in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  Her credentials include a National Certification in the field of Rehabilitation Counseling (1995), A License in Marriage and Family Therapy from the state of California (2006), Licensed Professional Counselor for the State of Louisiana (2010) and a LPC Supervision License in 2015.  She has an array of skills in working with youth, adolescents, adults and families.  Genevia has been a part of the Magnolia Family Services team for the past 6 years and has worked in the capacity of an LMHP and Licensed Counselor for the Counseling Clinic Program.  She is currently employed in the capacity of Clinical Manager.

Lonnie Lapeyrouse, LPC
Lonnie received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 2009 and a Master of Arts degree in Psychological Counseling from Nicholls State University in 2012. He first joined Magnolia in 2012 as a Mental Health Professional for the MHR program. He became a Licensed Professional Counselor in April 2015 and is now serving as a Clinical Manager. Prior to becoming a Clinical Manager, he taught psychology and scripture at Vandebilt Catholic High School and also served as Campus Minister until 2014.

Nicole P. Methvin, LPC-S, Clinical Director
Nicole received her Master of Art's degree in Psychological Counseling from Nicholls State University in 2005.  She has been employed with Magnolia Family Services since March 2006 first serving as a Mental Health Professional for the Mental Health Rehabilitation program and then as a Clinical Manager once she received her license in May of 2009.  In 2014, she became Clinical Director.  She became a LPC Board Approved Supervisor in May of 2015.  She has specialized experience and training in parenting skills, skills building, and cultural competency.

Mesha E. Rebstock, LPC

Mesha received a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in December 2014 from Nicholls State University.  She was inducted to Chi Sigma Iota honor society for counseling and academic excellence.  Mesha has been a part of the Magnolia team since 2014 for the in-home behavioral health program.  She then transitioned to Clinical Manager in May 2017 upon earning her license as a Professional Counselor.  She previously taught as an instructor of Psychology at Fletcher Technical Community College.

Megan J. Warren, LPC-S
Megan received her Master of Arts degree in Psychological Counseling from Nicholls State University in 2011.  She is also an alumna from Delta State University.  She first joined Magnolia in 2011 as an extern and then transitioned into a Mental Health Professional upon graduation.  She received her license as a Professional Counselor in August 2013.  Also in 2013, she served as Program Director for an adult and geriatric, partial hospitalization program in Houma, Louisiana, which included group therapy.  She rejoined the Magnolia Family Services' team as a Clinical Manager in 2014.

Behavioral Health Caseworkers

Counseling Clinic

​Courtney Boquet, LPC​

Hailey Burkett, LPC

Mesha Rebstock, LPC

Support Staff

​​Malik Carter

​Randi Falcon, AA

​Jennifer Louviere

Faith Miller

Lauren Verret, AS, BIS

Administrative Staff

Donald B. Olivier II, MBA, Chief Executive Officer
Donald graduated Cum Laude in 2002 with a degree from Nicholls State University in Business Administration.  The following year he finished the MBA program there and was inducted at that time into the Beta Gamma Sigma honors society for academic excellence.  He also attained academic scholarships and the highest in class score on the undergraduate exit exam while at Nicholls.  Donald became involved in the Behavioral Health Services industry in 2003 and is the co-founder of Magnolia Family Services, LLC, where he fulfills the role of Chief Executive Officer.  In addition to his experience in the Behavioral Health Services industry, Donald has a diverse background that includes real estate development, rentals, and construction.   For Donald, Magnolia is a full time endeavor to exercise his passion of helping others by utilizing his unique managerial and financial expertise.  Donald is also a member of the Thibodaux Rotary Club.  By keeping a strong focus on a balanced budget, and using resources where they are needed most, he has helped make it possible for the organization to survive difficult times and expand services as much as possible into areas where they are needed.

Jamilah Olivier, LCSW, BACS, President
Jamilah received her Master of Social Work from Tulane University in 2005.  In 2008, she received a Master of Criminal Justice from Loyola University.  She became a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in 2010 and a Board Approved Clinical Supervisor in 2013.  She has received extensive training in the areas of domestic violence, sexual violence, and victim services.  She also has experience in evidence based practices working with children, adolescents, and their families.  She is an active member of the National Association of Social Workers (Houma/Thibodaux Region) and currently serves as Regional Chair.  She also participates as a Child Death Review committee member for Region 3.