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BRUNO COUNSELING & CONSULTING SERVICES

Are you an adult or have a child who is overwhelmed with anxiety, depression, doubts, worries, and mental exhaustion? Do you have a child struggling with with ADHD?  Counseling can create the long lasting positive change in your life that you desire. 
 
Our staff at Bruno Counseling and Consulting Services has been serving South Mississippi and the South East in the field of providing Behavioral Health Services for over 30 years. We offer a variety of Counseling services for all needs and situations. Located in Poplarville, our offices are centrally located within an hour drive from the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Wiggins and Hattiesburg, allowing us to better serve all of South Mississippi.

Our offices are 20 minutes East of Bogalusa, LA - 45 minutes North of Slidell, LA and 45 minutes South of Hattiesburg, MS.   

OUR SERVICES

We provide a variety of counseling services to assistance for anyone from 5 to 75 years old.
Individual Therapy

 

One on one sessions with our therapist to address your individual needs.

Group Therapy

 

Group sessions offer a unique a relaxing way to connect with individuals with similar struggles.

Family Therapy

Family sessions can help navigate the toughest times.

Couple Therapy

Couples therapy can strengthen a relationship better than ever.

Child & Adolescent Therapy

Unique sessions catered to helping younger minds.

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MEET THE COUNSELOR

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DARRYL W. BRUNO, LCSW, ACSW C-SSWS

Darryl received his Master’s in Social Work from Tulane School of Social Work in 1987.  He Founded the Kids In Crisis Project, Inc. in 1989 which served the Orleans, Jefferson, St. Tammany and surrounding Parishes for over 20 years.  Darryl served as Clinical Field Instructor for many graduate Social Work Interns for over 17 years including The University of Southern Mississippi School of Social Work (SSW), Tulane-SSW, LSU-SSW, SUNO-SSW, as well as several undergraduate schools. He served as Regional Chair for both the Greater New Orleans Region and Florida Parishes Region for over 9 years before being elected as President for the Louisiana National Association of Social Work from 2007-2010.