Dr. Hugh Bryan is a Licensed Psychologist. He completed his undergraduate work in psychology at Lousiana College and then completed a Master's degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from the University of Georgia. He then attended the University of Missouri at Columbia and completed a Ph.D. in counseling psychology.
Dr. Bryan is the owner and founder of The Center for Family and Individual Counseling, Inc. which he opened in 1983. This is a private practice agency and provides services to a broad spectrum of client needs. Dr. Bryan specializes in providing family therapy, treating depression, anxiety, and chronic pain. He serves as the psychologist for the Alexandria Police Department and also provides pre-employment screenings and fitness for duty evalutations for policemen from various Central Lousiana law enforcement agencies. Dr. Bryan evaluates ministerial candidates for the State of Louisiana for the United Methodist Church and writes a quarterly article for the Louisiana Baptist Convention magazine, LBC Live, under the general heading of In Search of Understanding.
He is a member of the American Psychological Association, Biofeedback Society of America, National Rehabilitation Association, International Association of the Chiefs of Police and the American Christian Counselors Association.
Dr. Bryan has been married for 33 years and has three children and two grandchildren.