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Therapists in Albuquerque

Shelley Euler-Beaudet, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“My ideal client is the individual or couple who is ready to be transparent and honest, to learn about and work on painful issues, ready to confront problem thinking, communication, behavior, family of origin dynamics, personal habits, wounds, and willing to do the work necessary in an accepting and supportive environment. Having practiced in a variety of settings, I am well trained and very experienced. I am also human, intuitive and empathetic. Clients experience me as gentle but strong, exceptionally warm, authentic, loving, uncannily perceptive, direct, and consistently a safe place for expression of both tears and laughter, mistakes and triumphs.
(505) 273-2967
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87112
Stimulating Minds Autism Clinic, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albuquerque
“In 2009, I completed a Master's program in Social Work. In 2011, I completed the State Board Exam to become a Licensed Independent Social Worker. I work primarily with persons who need behavioral support. However, in addition to the identified client, I find much success when working with those who provide support to him/her, such as, family. I specialize in Autism Spectrum Disorders, Mental Retardation, Schizophrenia, Personality Disorders, Mood Disorders, and Substance Abuse.
(505) 431-4368
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87109
Lisa Graff, Art Therapist  in Albuquerque
“Therapy can be a positive and enriching experience. Our work together will be the foundation for you to explore your feelings to reconnect with your self. Sometimes it takes a healing relationship to feel safe enough to look at the obstacles that hold us back, to decipher what is ours and what belongs to others, and to develop our own solutions that are more open, heart-centered and trusting. I want you to feel fully heard and understood in a caring, supportive and non-judgmental atmosphere. Psychotherapy is a very personal process and takes courage and dedication to be successful.
(505) 271-5050
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87112
Andrea Duff, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“If you are struggling with pain or emotions that you cannot overcome, seeking therapy can be a powerful step to transforming your life. My clients find that my training as a teacher and a clinical counselor helps them learn effective coping skills to address their individual challenges. My wealth of experience helps clients deal with a wide variety of issues, including anxiety, depression, domestic violence, sexual abuse, PTSD, feeling hopeless, helpless, and overwhelmed. I listen carefully to what you tell me and will provide feedback and strategies to help you decrease your pain and improve your quality of life
(505) 906-6665
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87112
Rebecca Frock, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“Have the pressures of life worn you out? You are not alone! My name is Rebecca and for 20 years I've been honored to treat children, adolescents and adults. Over the years, I've noticed a common theme. No matter your age, our daily challenges are too much to carry on our own. Let me have the honor of helping you navigate life's trials while building your own practical tool box for finding hope and joy again.
(505) 492-0070
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87111
Mae Lynn Spahr, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“Adults, children, adolescents, and couples: Going through a major transition? Working through a difficult time? I am an optimistic therapist that can help you. Need a different perspective? Need to brainstorm? Need to problem solve? I am a practical therapist that will help you with working through life transitions. I will facilitate a process that will help you explore, evaluate, and move through the situation you are in. I utilize many modalities of treatment during which I focus on the here and now. I can help you explore what is going on and what is the best course to help.
(505) 268-0421
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87108
Julian Lev, Psychologist  in Albuquerque
“My practice is a place for those who feel their life is a puzzle, but the pieces don't fit. It is for those who find themselves outside and can't find a way in, imagining that inside they have a place at the table. It is for those who invested themselves on the strength of a promise that was not kept. It is a place where the blanks can be filled in so things make sense. It is a place of work to recognize a larger canvas that is personal, where the pieces can be brought together to form a greater, clearer whole.
(505) 349-8369
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110
Lance Adams, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Albuquerque
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Welcome to seeing the world from a new and more optimistic viewpoint. My work emphasizes personal power to envision dreams, to enact potential, and to overcome obstacles that leave you feeling incomplete and frustrated. Whether you come on your own, with a partner, or with your family, I will help you gain a new perspective on your problems, stress, and emotional distress. I will help you identify and change limiting habits of thought, feeling and action, communicate more effectively, and interact in ways that help all of you experience more happiness, satisfaction, and feelings of personal effectiveness and well-being.
(505) 913-7066
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87112
Charles K. Schrier, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“Everyone has long-standing behavior patterns, habitual perceptions, and irrational beliefs - left unexamined some of these are going to undermine your happiness. As a cognitive-constructivist (wordy way of saying we choose how we make sense of the world) my goal is to help you see things from different perspectives and to respond to life's challenges in new and more rewarding ways. Just as you have taught your body to respond reflexively, your thinking has also become reflexive. When you become aware of your patterned thoughts and emotional reflexes, you can decide what works for you and what works against you.
(505) 819-3655
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87111
Karen McDonald, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“Whether you are experiencing emotional distress or a conflicted relationship, connecting with a counselor will absolutely help! I work with individuals, couples and families. Specialty areas include depression, anxiety, emotional eating, behavior management, relationship difficulties, improving communication, increasing self esteem/worth and parenting. Whatever issue you are facing, we can work together to increase your ability to make positive changes in your life and in your relationships.
(505) 814-5298
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87107
Diana Denson, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“In 30 years of professional counseling, I've developed great respect for those of you willing to take the journey into your own inner world. My specialty is working with all aspects of relationship and individual counseling, with an emphasis on examining communication patterns that have blocked peaceful interaction in relationships, understanding sources of conflict and emotional reactions, and creating a plan for growth and healing. Using a unique results-oriented approach, you will gain tools and insights that move you beyond coping to finding long-term effective and exciting ways to live.. The benefit to you is immeasurable.
(505) 913-7079
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87111
Linda Henry Orell, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“Believing, with Thich Nhat Hanh, that "mindfulness is a source of happiness", I have adapted my therapeutic work to include mindfulness training for all my clients, ie I do Mindfulness-Based Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. Perhaps you're ruminating (spinning) about a problem or a relationship or a job? Therapeutically, mindfulness can give you the non-judgemental focus necessary to learn the skills I teach in session that will empower you, teach you to regulate your emotions, find new ways to tolerate your distress, and make you more effective in your relationships. In other words, happy.
(505) 615-2504
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87108
Samaritan Counseling Center, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“Samaritan Counseling Center was founded in 1987 to help children, adults, couples and families deal with depression, anxiety, grief, family problems, and other emotional and behavioral health issues. Samaritan is a not-for-profit organization that offers some of the finest private outpatient mental health services in New Mexico. We are the only nationally accredited, faith-based counseling center in the state. Counseling at Samaritan takes a holistic approach drawing upon the insight of behavioral sciences and spiritual sensitivity. A client's religious beliefs may be incorporated into the counseling process if that is his or her wish.
(505) 629-1602
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102
Daniel Mintie, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albuquerque
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW, LCSW
“Welcome! I'm a cognitive-behavioral therapist [CBT] in Los Ranchos with 24 years' experience treating children, adults and couples. I offer hypnotherapy, EMDR, and mind-body approaches to wellness. I specialize in the high-speed treatment of anxiety/trauma, depression, addictions, and relationship conflict. I am a member of Dr. David Burns' Stanford-based Feeling Good Institute and a faculty member at UNM's Continuing Education division where I teach local therapists CBT. With a Georgetown colleague I offer an integrative trauma recovery program for PTSD. I also coach business professionals, athletes and students in support of peak performance.
(505) 565-5153
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87114
Marnie Holm Schroeder, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“If you often feel angry, sad or anxious and your reactions to these feelings are impacting your relationships or your ability to pursue personal goals, you will benefit from my individual adult psychotherapy program. My treatment model teaches seven core emotional wellness skills and provides you with an intensive opportunity to practice them, resulting in an improved ability to cope with negative emotions and life stress.
(505) 395-2701
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87111
Erica Lane Castleberry, Psychologist  in Albuquerque
“I have over 7 years of experience as a therapist treating individuals, groups, and couples for a wide variety of concerns. My specialties include anxiety and eating disorders. My ideal client, regardless of the disorder or concern that brought him or her into my office, is motivated for the hard work that is part of the change process. I relish working with individuals who truly collaborate with me regarding their goals in therapy.
(505) 388-2830
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110
Randi Schweitz, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“Are you walking a "tight rope" between coping and falling apart? Therapy can help you find balance and give you the confidence to overcome life's difficulties. Often we get thrown off center when we experience stressful life changes or challenges such as: past traumatic experiences, relationship conflicts, career set backs, kids leaving the house, or the death of a loved one. And sometimes we aren't really sure why we are unhappy, but may feel down in the dumps, anxious, lonely, scared, hopeless, or just plain frustrated. Don't worry there is a solution!
(505) 726-4711
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87109
John J Kail, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albuquerque
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“Are you looking for a therapist who has a passion for being in service to others? A therapist who can assist you in finding what you want in life? Someone who's background can offer you an approach to specifically meet your needs in a safe, caring and collaborative environment where you can grow at your own pace. If so, then I would like to support you or your child in becoming the best possible version of yourself you wish to be.
(505) 431-6449
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87109
Steven H. Wong, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“Dreams and the unconscious hold symbols that assist in the healing process for depression, anxiety, and addictions. As a Jungian clinical counselor, I use these tools to help you establish a connection between consciousness and the higher Self. The Self then becomes a strong core from which we can operate in a healed and healthy manner. We are no longer driven by unconscious complexes and desires, but make conscious decisions that support life and its many expressions.
(505) 404-1809
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110
Joshua A Newman, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“My philosophy of treatment is holistic, eclectic, and practical. As I work, I consider the whole person - mind, body, and spirit - and that point of view guides my treatment decisions. I consider myself to be an eclectic practitioner and so I use multiple therapies - psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, and existential. Ultimately, I aim to be practical and so I stick with interventions that consistently work. My approach can be described as East-West, as I am trained in both the current, research-guided trends of Western Psychology as well as in the ancient, time-honored, contemplative practices of Eastern Philosophy.
(505) 726-4776
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87104
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