Counselor, MA, LPCC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you struggling with a life transition, relationship issues or painful emotions? Together we will endeavor to attain unique solutions to your specific problems. Increasing happiness and hope to facilitate meaningful, productive living, are primary goals of my practice. Over the course of my fifteen years practicing therapy in New Mexico, I have worked with a wide variety of clients and issues. Methods are tailored to the individual's personality, culture, problems and wants. Relationship issues are an area of particular interest, experience and expertise. Talk therapy as well as mind/body methods are used for reducing anxiety, stress and depression."
Presbyterian
(505) 333-4884
Verified
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Presbyterian
"Are you struggling with a life transition, relationship issues or painful emotions? Together we will endeavor to attain unique solutions to your specific problems. Increasing happiness and hope to facilitate meaningful, productive living, are primary goals of my practice. Over the course of my fifteen years practicing therapy in New Mexico, I have worked with a wide variety of clients and issues. Methods are tailored to the individual's personality, culture, problems and wants. Relationship issues are an area of particular interest, experience and expertise. Talk therapy as well as mind/body methods are used for reducing anxiety, stress and depression."
Jennifer Gillespie, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LPCC, HC
Verified by Psychology Today
"NOT currently accepting new clients. I take a straight forward approach to counseling. I am objective and direct, while being warm and supportive. I will help you figure out what it is that is getting in the way of your happiness, wellbeing or success. Are you ready to make changes in your life? I specialize in treating anxiety, stress, OCD, eating problems, relationship issues and trauma in adults and teenagers. I use research-based interventions grounded in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy."
Presbyterian
(505) 436-3626
Verified
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Presbyterian
"NOT currently accepting new clients. I take a straight forward approach to counseling. I am objective and direct, while being warm and supportive. I will help you figure out what it is that is getting in the way of your happiness, wellbeing or success. Are you ready to make changes in your life? I specialize in treating anxiety, stress, OCD, eating problems, relationship issues and trauma in adults and teenagers. I use research-based interventions grounded in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy."
Tod Dicecco, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LPCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I take a holistic approach to the transformational and healing process. I offer the opportunity to explore personal growth through the mind, body, and spirit. I use mindfulness practices to guide individuals and families through relationship challenges, grieving difficulties, and issues related to substance abuse, trauma, and other life stressors."
Presbyterian
(505) 225-1386
Verified
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Presbyterian
"I take a holistic approach to the transformational and healing process. I offer the opportunity to explore personal growth through the mind, body, and spirit. I use mindfulness practices to guide individuals and families through relationship challenges, grieving difficulties, and issues related to substance abuse, trauma, and other life stressors."
Susan Chambers Otero, Counselor
Counselor, LPCC, MA, MEd
Verified by Psychology Today
"Seeking therapy is often prompted by sudden crisis or by having reached the limit of endurance over an issue or situation. I work to help re-establish a greater sense of inner wellbeing and a deeper sense of one's self, from which clients are able to more successfully address depression, anxiety, life transitions and difficult relationships."
Presbyterian
(505) 819-3710
Verified
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Presbyterian
"Seeking therapy is often prompted by sudden crisis or by having reached the limit of endurance over an issue or situation. I work to help re-establish a greater sense of inner wellbeing and a deeper sense of one's self, from which clients are able to more successfully address depression, anxiety, life transitions and difficult relationships."
Denise Saccone, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, R-DMT
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
"I am passionate and committed to helping you "Learn To Live From the Truth of Who You Are!" Since 1995, as a licensed clinical therapist and registered dance movement therapist, I have adopted an open, eclectic and holistic therapeutic approach that bends to meet each person's unique situation and specific needs. Through a combination of supportive, insight-oriented, skills-based and expressive therapies, I will assist you in freeing your mind, healing your heart, and clearing your path to live your happiest, most authentic Life possible."
Presbyterian
(505) 431-9636
Verified
Office is near:
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
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Presbyterian
"I am passionate and committed to helping you "Learn To Live From the Truth of Who You Are!" Since 1995, as a licensed clinical therapist and registered dance movement therapist, I have adopted an open, eclectic and holistic therapeutic approach that bends to meet each person's unique situation and specific needs. Through a combination of supportive, insight-oriented, skills-based and expressive therapies, I will assist you in freeing your mind, healing your heart, and clearing your path to live your happiest, most authentic Life possible."
Carol J Fitzpatrick, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Sometimes we know happiness and peace in life. At other times, life hurts! Whether your pain began with loss, illness, injury, or unwanted thoughts and emotions, I will work with you to build a path from suffering to well being. Over a 35 year period I have offered psychotherapy in private practice, taught psychology in a medical school, served as CEO of a non-profit behavioral health agency. Through these experiences, I have developed a broad set of change tools to offer, drawing from the Mindsight, CBT, trauma focused, attachment and DBT traditions of Western psychotherapy. "
Presbyterian
(505) 629-1044
Verified
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Presbyterian
"Sometimes we know happiness and peace in life. At other times, life hurts! Whether your pain began with loss, illness, injury, or unwanted thoughts and emotions, I will work with you to build a path from suffering to well being. Over a 35 year period I have offered psychotherapy in private practice, taught psychology in a medical school, served as CEO of a non-profit behavioral health agency. Through these experiences, I have developed a broad set of change tools to offer, drawing from the Mindsight, CBT, trauma focused, attachment and DBT traditions of Western psychotherapy. "
Kila Hillman, MA, LPCC, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LPCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"The real potential exists for the transformation of even our most unloved and alienated parts. A lack of trust in our caregivers during our development to love, care and be in charge of us in the right way coupled with experiencing trauma in our lives can leave us fragmented and disconnected from ourselves, others, and indeed life itself. It would be my joy to support you through your transformational journey. "
Presbyterian
(505) 395-5379
Verified
Presbyterian
"The real potential exists for the transformation of even our most unloved and alienated parts. A lack of trust in our caregivers during our development to love, care and be in charge of us in the right way coupled with experiencing trauma in our lives can leave us fragmented and disconnected from ourselves, others, and indeed life itself. It would be my joy to support you through your transformational journey. "
Bob Deane, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LPCC, EMDR
Verified by Psychology Today
"NOT currently accepting new clients. My ideal client is someone who is ready to to work and explore the areas in their life they are wanting to make changes. Set achievable goals and consider incremental changes on the path to the goals. I believe it is in small measured changes that progress is made and held. "
Presbyterian
(505) 886-2377
Verified
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Presbyterian
"NOT currently accepting new clients. My ideal client is someone who is ready to to work and explore the areas in their life they are wanting to make changes. Set achievable goals and consider incremental changes on the path to the goals. I believe it is in small measured changes that progress is made and held. "
Rahima Susan Schmall, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, RN
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
"Many of us struggle with physical illness, emotional pain or relationship problems. Sometimes life looks fine on the outside, but we hunger for something more. That feeling of emptiness can lead to depression, anxiety, addiction, physical illness or other problems that seem overwhelming. But the answers are there, because inside your heart is a wellspring of wisdom and love. By uncovering and clearing the causes of distress, our own inner light can shine through. I offer a safe and nurturing space, along with practical skills to uncover the deep inner peace, health and happiness that are buried in your heart."
Presbyterian
(707) 927-1702
Verified
Office is near:
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
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Presbyterian
"Many of us struggle with physical illness, emotional pain or relationship problems. Sometimes life looks fine on the outside, but we hunger for something more. That feeling of emptiness can lead to depression, anxiety, addiction, physical illness or other problems that seem overwhelming. But the answers are there, because inside your heart is a wellspring of wisdom and love. By uncovering and clearing the causes of distress, our own inner light can shine through. I offer a safe and nurturing space, along with practical skills to uncover the deep inner peace, health and happiness that are buried in your heart."
Lea Douglas, MA, LPCC, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LPCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I feel that we often hold unknown skills and tools within ourselves. I bring a practice of collaboration into the therapy session and with your help we can find genuine personalized solutions. To this add my training and experience in cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness techniques, substance-disorder interventions and family systems . My history as a visual artist allows me flexibility and a sense for unique exploration. I work at the client's pace and have extended experience with grief, loss, trauma and transgender issues."
Presbyterian
(505) 333-9831
Verified
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Presbyterian
"I feel that we often hold unknown skills and tools within ourselves. I bring a practice of collaboration into the therapy session and with your help we can find genuine personalized solutions. To this add my training and experience in cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness techniques, substance-disorder interventions and family systems . My history as a visual artist allows me flexibility and a sense for unique exploration. I work at the client's pace and have extended experience with grief, loss, trauma and transgender issues."
Laurel Carraher, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LPCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe in the desire and ability of each of us to grow and to become our best selves. More than ability, really - this is our propensity, our basic nature. I remember as a high school student learning about tropism, about how plants turn toward the sun. I was fascinated with that, and still am. But life intrudes. We're told we can't do that, we are not this way. There may have been trauma. We forget what our truth is. There are the challenges of any life: how to navigate love and loss, the big existential issues of loss and grief; the ultimate reality of death. The everyday losses, letting go of attachments; the need, "
Presbyterian
(505) 305-0820
Verified
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Presbyterian
"I believe in the desire and ability of each of us to grow and to become our best selves. More than ability, really - this is our propensity, our basic nature. I remember as a high school student learning about tropism, about how plants turn toward the sun. I was fascinated with that, and still am. But life intrudes. We're told we can't do that, we are not this way. There may have been trauma. We forget what our truth is. There are the challenges of any life: how to navigate love and loss, the big existential issues of loss and grief; the ultimate reality of death. The everyday losses, letting go of attachments; the need, "
Gail Rae Walker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"I offer deep therapy based on attachment theory and communication skills development, depending on your needs, to engage you (and/or your partner) in a meaningful and heartfelt exploration of your life support needs. Move past limiting thoughts and behaviors and develop deeper connections. Clients have said that they appreciate my non-judgmental, yet direct approach. My response - "I am in your corner, routing for you". It takes courage but once you embark on this journey you will say, "Why didn't I do this sooner"?"
Presbyterian
(505) 465-8526
Verified
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Presbyterian
"I offer deep therapy based on attachment theory and communication skills development, depending on your needs, to engage you (and/or your partner) in a meaningful and heartfelt exploration of your life support needs. Move past limiting thoughts and behaviors and develop deeper connections. Clients have said that they appreciate my non-judgmental, yet direct approach. My response - "I am in your corner, routing for you". It takes courage but once you embark on this journey you will say, "Why didn't I do this sooner"?"
Robert W. McKinnie, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LPCC
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
"I am deeply committed to helping couples and individuals understand the pitfalls to open and honest communication in their relationships. My clients are typically evolving in a psychospiritual and holistic realm -- and yet are facing challenges in their everday relationships. As a result, they are equally committed to cultivating an awareness of their thoughts, feelings and habits. My clients often find the "tools" and build new "brain cells" for both present and future change. I always emphasize the folowing equation: KNOWLEDGE ("tools" and new "brain cells") + EXPERIENCE = CHANGE!"
Presbyterian
(505) 819-3058
Verified
Office is near:
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
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Presbyterian
"I am deeply committed to helping couples and individuals understand the pitfalls to open and honest communication in their relationships. My clients are typically evolving in a psychospiritual and holistic realm -- and yet are facing challenges in their everday relationships. As a result, they are equally committed to cultivating an awareness of their thoughts, feelings and habits. My clients often find the "tools" and build new "brain cells" for both present and future change. I always emphasize the folowing equation: KNOWLEDGE ("tools" and new "brain cells") + EXPERIENCE = CHANGE!"
Santa Fe Center For Relationship Wellbeing, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW, MS, SpEd, IMHIII
Verified by Psychology Today
"I help couples regain love, find shared meaning and improve ability to listen and be heard. Additionally, the transition to parenthood, while longed for, can place huge strains on relationships. Being a parent brings up unresolved feelings of all kinds from one's own childhood that may interfere with being the parent you want to be. I help parents and children feel good about their families. My goal is to help parents find greater competence and confidence to recognize and respond to their children's fundamental needs."
Presbyterian
(575) 218-7764
Verified
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Presbyterian
"I help couples regain love, find shared meaning and improve ability to listen and be heard. Additionally, the transition to parenthood, while longed for, can place huge strains on relationships. Being a parent brings up unresolved feelings of all kinds from one's own childhood that may interfere with being the parent you want to be. I help parents and children feel good about their families. My goal is to help parents find greater competence and confidence to recognize and respond to their children's fundamental needs."
Judy Baker LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Currently I do a lot of work with clients who are experiencing the effects of trauma, from childhood trauma to recent trauma, and everything in between. Using a variety of modalities including EMDR, sandtray work, CBT, some somatic, emotional release, and more, my goal is to help my clients find resolution and move forward. My passion is assisting those who come to me with finding their way to their most inspired, integrated way of life."
Presbyterian
(505) 399-3837
Verified
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Presbyterian
"Currently I do a lot of work with clients who are experiencing the effects of trauma, from childhood trauma to recent trauma, and everything in between. Using a variety of modalities including EMDR, sandtray work, CBT, some somatic, emotional release, and more, my goal is to help my clients find resolution and move forward. My passion is assisting those who come to me with finding their way to their most inspired, integrated way of life."
Carrie Tansey Ishee, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LPAT, LPCC, ATR-BC, PCC
Verified by Psychology Today
Hosts group in:
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
"My therapy and coaching work is based on a belief that we all long to experience love, connection, purpose, and peace in our lives. Symptoms that arise such as anxiety, depression, relationship struggles, and physical illnesses signal a call to resolve and clear what is in the way of a happier life. My work embraces a holistic paradigm recognizing body, mind, and spirit, and focuses on helping clients learn to love and care for themselves as special and unique beings. Clearing out negative beliefs, healing emotional wounds, and eliminating toxic influences help clients live more authentic and empowered lives."
Presbyterian
(505) 407-4573
Verified
Hosts group in:
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
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Presbyterian
"My therapy and coaching work is based on a belief that we all long to experience love, connection, purpose, and peace in our lives. Symptoms that arise such as anxiety, depression, relationship struggles, and physical illnesses signal a call to resolve and clear what is in the way of a happier life. My work embraces a holistic paradigm recognizing body, mind, and spirit, and focuses on helping clients learn to love and care for themselves as special and unique beings. Clearing out negative beliefs, healing emotional wounds, and eliminating toxic influences help clients live more authentic and empowered lives."
JCallaway Therapy EMDR and Trauma Recovery, Counselor
Counselor, LPCC, ATR-BC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Therapy Modalities Offered EMDR: EYE MOVEMENT DESENSITIZATION REPROCESSING: to calm and regulate the nervous system. Supporting mindful self-regulation and behavior change. BRAINSPOTTING. MINDFUL SOMATIC AWARENESS: Using Body awareness to facilitate the reprocessing and healing of traumatic experiences and emotional dysregulation. ART THERAPY: Using art, the creative process, and the resulting artwork we explore and reconcile emotional conflicts, foster self-awareness and work toward therapeutic goals. "
Presbyterian
(505) 466-5157
Verified
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Presbyterian
"Therapy Modalities Offered EMDR: EYE MOVEMENT DESENSITIZATION REPROCESSING: to calm and regulate the nervous system. Supporting mindful self-regulation and behavior change. BRAINSPOTTING. MINDFUL SOMATIC AWARENESS: Using Body awareness to facilitate the reprocessing and healing of traumatic experiences and emotional dysregulation. ART THERAPY: Using art, the creative process, and the resulting artwork we explore and reconcile emotional conflicts, foster self-awareness and work toward therapeutic goals. "
Gregory Weeks, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LPCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work extremely well with clients who are motivated to change their lives. Often, our greatest challenges come during times of major life transitions. Through active listening and genuine empathy, I help my clients focus upon the inherent solutions to their most pressing problems. Motivation to change comes with the willingness to look closely and investigate the stories we tell ourselves. Often, I discover with my clients that their oldest and most damaging internal stories are simply not true. By having a fellow human who is open and fully present witness our lives, we can discover the very real possibility for greater health and happiness."
Presbyterian
(575) 219-6260
Verified
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Presbyterian
"I work extremely well with clients who are motivated to change their lives. Often, our greatest challenges come during times of major life transitions. Through active listening and genuine empathy, I help my clients focus upon the inherent solutions to their most pressing problems. Motivation to change comes with the willingness to look closely and investigate the stories we tell ourselves. Often, I discover with my clients that their oldest and most damaging internal stories are simply not true. By having a fellow human who is open and fully present witness our lives, we can discover the very real possibility for greater health and happiness."
Santa Fe Child Psychotherapy and Counseling, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LPCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have a long history of working with children and families. I treat children of all ages and adults. I address attachment issues, academics, oppositional defiance, grief, loss and trauma. This is often complicated and usually requires the involvement of the whole family. I love working with children and find that there are always solutions and ways to accommodate the most difficult situations. I use a variety of modalities including play therapy which includes sand tray, art and a variety of other ways for self expression."
Presbyterian
(505) 407-8579
Verified
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Presbyterian
"I have a long history of working with children and families. I treat children of all ages and adults. I address attachment issues, academics, oppositional defiance, grief, loss and trauma. This is often complicated and usually requires the involvement of the whole family. I love working with children and find that there are always solutions and ways to accommodate the most difficult situations. I use a variety of modalities including play therapy which includes sand tray, art and a variety of other ways for self expression."
Laurie Pryor, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LPCC, EMDR
Verified by Psychology Today
"What changes do you want in your life? What's not working anymore? With my down-to-earth optimism and focus on self-care, I help you realize practical solutions that are authentic and heartfelt. I integrate various therapeutic modalities based on your needs, drawing largely from cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, mindfulness and neurobiological perspectives."
Presbyterian
(505) 322-6481
Verified
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Presbyterian
"What changes do you want in your life? What's not working anymore? With my down-to-earth optimism and focus on self-care, I help you realize practical solutions that are authentic and heartfelt. I integrate various therapeutic modalities based on your needs, drawing largely from cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, mindfulness and neurobiological perspectives."

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Presbyterian Healthcare Services is a not-for-profit system of hospitals, a health plan and a medical group based in New Mexico. Are you looking for a 87505 Presbyterian Therapist? These 87505 Therapists accept PHS insurance. They include Presbyterian Therapists in 87505, Presbyterian psychologists and Presbyterian counseling. A 87505 Therapist who accepts PHS, may be in network with Presbyterian, or can assist you to make a claim on your Presbyterian insurance (as an out of network Presbyterian provider). When you make an appointment, please chat with the Therapist you select about how your coverage with Presbyterian will work. And make sure to confirm with Presbyterian's point of service if you have any questions.

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Therapists in 87505 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 87505 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 87505 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 87505 or family therapy in 87505.