Phillip has been a vital and influential person at MST and within our juvenile justice community.
Lafayette, LA (PRWEB) August 18, 2014
MST Services awarded Phillip Jean-Louis Jr. with a Sustained Excellence award for his outstanding performance to Louisiana’s juvenile justice system. MST Services, the organization that presented the award, administers the global dissemination of the treatment model known as Multisystemic Therapy, commonly referred to as MST. MST is internationally recognized for being one of the world's most effective treatment models for serious, violent and continual juvenile offenders.
The Sustained Excellence award is given out each year to recognize teams and therapists on their sustained levels of performance. Selection for these awards was based on feedback from the families about their experience with MST. The award is presented to teams and therapists that rank in the top one percent among their peers in 12 different countries.
“Phillip has been a vital and influential person at MST and within our juvenile justice community,” says Joe Boggs, chief operating officer for MST Services. “His ability to work so well with more than 100 families over the past four years has shown his dedication and enthusiasm for our company. We are extremely honored to present Phillip with this award.”
As a multisystemic therapist for Life Changing Solutions, Jean-Louis Jr., provides therapeutic home and community-based services to adolescents and their families. He has consistently earned a score of 90 percent and higher on his MST therapist adherence report from these families.
Jean-Louis Jr., received his bachelor’s degree from Northwestern State University and a master’s degree at Grand Canyon University in science addiction counseling. Jean-Louis Jr. is currently completing his second master’s degree at Grand Canyon University in professional counseling.
About MST Services
MST Services’ mission is to help communities implement Multisystemic therapy (MST) with adherence to the treatment model to improve the lives of youth with anti-social behavior and their families. For more information, visit mstservices.com, facebook.com/mstservices and twitter.com/mst_services.