[dropcap]D[/dropcap]r. Law and her staff are a multi-specialty clinic that provides services in Shreveport at Grace Behavioral Health Solutions and in Minden at CTL Solutions, LLC.
Grace Behavioral Health Solutions is a psychiatric practice offering evaluations, medication, management and individual counseling with a licensed social worker.
Dr. Law also works with David Crowell, LPC-S, and Brett Traylor, LPC at CTL Solutions, LLC, which opened in May. That office is located at 119 Homer Road in Minden. The practice in Minden provides home and community based outpatient behavioral health services. They also offer a number of individualized services including community psychiatric support treatment, psychosocial skills rehabilitation, individual outpatient psychotherapy and medication management services.
Dr. Law is a lifelong resident of Shreveport. She and her 4-year-old daughter attend church in Bienville Parish where her father is pastor. She did her residency at Louisiana State University Health Science Center in New Orleans and received her master’s in public health at Tulane University in New Orleans. She is medical director at Promise Intensive Outpatient Center in Shreveport, Promise Partial Hospitalization in Shreveport, Mind Rehabilitation & Resource Center in Shreveport and Natchitoches, Life Changing Solutions in Shreveport, Metropolitan Circles, LLC, Rising up Family Services, and Love Covers. She owns CTL Solutions, LLC in Minden, a Medicaid rehabilitation facility and has a private practice in Minden, as well.
Hazel Taylor Smith, APRN-BC with Dr. Law, attended Northwestern State University and joined the practice in 2014. She and her husband, Ronald, of 30 years, have one child and attend Word of Life Center Church. Her community involvement includes nursing home visitation with her church group.
Brett Traylor received his bachelor’s in psychology from Southern Arkansas University and his master’s in counseling and guidance from Louisiana Tech University. He did his internship at Haynesville High School and Hope Youth Ranch in Minden. He enjoys music, and plays the piano at First Presbyterian Church in Haynesville and Ruple Baptist Church in Homer.
David Cromwell received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Louisiana Tech and has spent the majority of his career working with children and adolescent clients. He previously served as director of Youth Services for Caddo Oaks Hospital and Brentwood Hospital. He has lived in Minden for 12 years and enjoys music as a hobby.