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Transpersonal Therapists in New Mexico (NM)

“I approach my counseling practice through the lens of Buddhist Psychology with an emphasis on Mindfulness and Loving Kindness. I believe that all beings are sano-tropic; that is, they have an innate tendency towards health and wholeness. I have 15 years of experience in treating Substance Abuse Disorders, Co-occuring Diagnoses, Mood Disorders, PTSD, Grief and Loss, living with chronic diseases and Life Phase Adjustment Disorders. I use NIDA Best Practices as well as psycho-dynamic modalities. My goal for my clients is that they leave therapy happier and more functional than when they started.
(505) 412-6763
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Christopher Johnson, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“I offer a depth-oriented and effective experience of psychotherapy, bringing clear intention and a grounded, insightful awareness to each session. Together, we work to resolve problems, enhance your strengths, and express your potential. I consistently see my clients becoming more integrated, strong, and self-actualized throughout the course of our work together, and my clients regularly report feeling more peaceful, empowered, and alive. Many people who come to me have been through therapy or other transformational processes before, and found that they needed a deeper approach for meaningful and lasting change.
(505) 431-6765
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Jill Griffin, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“I work with women individually, and teen girls in groups. With adult women, I welcome the quiet voice within, the one that sees the way through the wilderness of our lives. I use sand tray, welcome dreams, and pay attention to the emotional body to make space for the wound to be known; helping you develop a relationship with the inner self. My teen groups focus on communication, relationships, body image, and decision making. Through group discussion and art activities, teens learn how to take leadership of their own journey. We invite imagination and ceremony, to honor growth and development.
(575) 613-4706
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Susan Jane Riley, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“Forty years as a depth psychotherapist, with wisdom gleaned from C.G. Jung and yogic principles, has given me the skills to help people find their own path to meaning, self-awareness, balance and authenticity. Through careful exploration of memory, fears and dreams, I help clients work toward well-being by helping them understand psychic wounds, abandon outmoded patterns of self-protection, and apply useful strategies for handling the inevitable conflicts of daily life.
(505) 726-4891
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
Susan Chambers Otero, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“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.
(505) 819-3710
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Stuart Cline, Counselor  in Albuquerque
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPCC, LADAC, LPAT
“If you are stuck let me help. This story shows the importance of finding the right counselor. One day a man was walking on a sidewalk and falls into a big hole. He yells for help. A doctor walks by and helps him by writing a prescription for his anxiety. A lawyer walks by and "helps" by suing the person who is responsible. Then he see's his friend who jumps into the hole with him. "Why did you do that?" The friend say's I have fallen in this hole before. Come with me I know the way out.
(505) 465-4897
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87107
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-based trends of Western Psychology as well as in the ancient, time-honored practices of Eastern Philosophy.
(505) 726-4776
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87104
Jan M Voshart, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“There are times when we all become part of the walking wounded--the unexpected happens and our world falls apart. Perhaps there is illness, an adoption, or a child in crisis. Perhaps someone dies, a relationship unravels or a dream shatters. Maybe you have experienced abuse, physical or sexual trauma or violence. At these sensitive times, I provide both the clinical expertise and the tender healing presence that facilitates healing. I work with children, families, couples and adults. I am interested in building healthy relationships and helping children, adults and families grow toward their full human potential.
(505) 516-3399
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87120
Lydia S. Lennihan, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“Life is about emotional development. Development gets delayed by trauma and loss, and then symptoms appear. These symptoms may show up as depression, grief, failed relationships, addictions, health issues, rage, and ambivalence toward life. Initiation from one phase to another is halted, and growth stops. Fear and terror can and do set in. Psychotherapy helps us integrate the fear of transformation and emotions. Instead of midlife crises, we have a deepening of experience, and we create meaning and purpose. This is true for all developmental stages, for all age groups. Development starts at conception, and continues through death.
(505) 926-2162
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87106
Lois Prinz,   in Albuquerque
“Lois Prinz, Certified Hypnotherapist and Designated Examiner and Trainer for National Guild of Hypnotists has over twenty years professional experience in Hypnotherapeutic Intervention for behavioral change. Lois offers expertise with a heart-centered, client-centered approach to her private practice using EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) and NLP (NeurolinguisticProgramming). Motivational Interviewing for client problem-solving combined with her intuitive and compassionate style provides her clients positive change. Sessions are recorded in real time for client to take home and rehearse. Ms. Prinz is the founder and CEO of state licensed, nationally approved, fka National Hypnotherapy Training Center in Albuquerque, NM.
(505) 292-2237
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87112
Rebecca M Wright, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“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.
(505) 333-4884
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Trina June Kaiser, Counselor  in Silver City
“I assist individuals in finding a path to healing and to HAPPINESS. We will work together to create lasting changes. I am dedicated to my clients and determine to meet your needs. My strength based practice focuses on overall emotional well-being. As you discover who you truly are, old overwhelming patterns of confusion, negativity, relationship struggles and empty feelings fall away, revealing more confidence and peace in you. I am able to offer a special focus of therapy on addiction, codependency, abuse, depression, and anxiety.
(575) 313-5278
Silver City, New Mexico 88061
Linnea Knoespel, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“I work with individuals and groups from a heart centered, consciousness based foundation upon which we build the therapeutic relationship. I love working with people who are ready to make positive change in their lives. Since hitting 'rock bottom' myself 12 years ago, where nothing seemed to be going right and every day was a struggle, I have been deeply committed to personal growth both within myself and others. I work with clients to bring awareness and insight into personal dynamics. I have experience working with depression, anxiety and compulsive behaviors including drug/alcohol/process addictions. Some of my offerings
(404) 991-2072
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Brian E Miller, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“As we travel through the journey of life we inevitably run into obstacles that challenge our coping skills, our way of life, and even our spiritual faith. Hurdles such as loss of focus, loss of relationships, grief, stress, addictions, past and current trauma, depression, and anxiety can seriously challenge our ability to live the life we had imagined; sometimes we even lose our way and direction.
(505) 431-6763
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110
Mary Ellen O'Leary, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“Wouldn't it be nice if changes could be made more easily? Did you know that it's possible to overcome the brain's fear response by making very small changes? Small steps can sneak past fear, and lead to very big results without feeling afraid or overwhelmed. Additionally, using the mind-body connection allows you to know what is appropriate for yourself without getting thrown by the endless buzzing of your mind.
(505) 234-6348
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110
Robert W. McKinnie, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“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!
(505) 819-3058
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508
Thomas Bien, Psychologist  in Albuquerque
“In times of crisis, we struggle with depression, anxiety, relationships, life transitions, divorce, stress, past trauma, grief and loss. Fortunately, there are well-established ways to deal with such difficulties. Dr. Bien is a kind, non-judgmental, skillful, and insightful guide through these problems. Through mindfulness, he helps you find your capacity to respond to life issues with self-acceptance, confidence, courage, and creativity. You learn to relate to your inner life in a different way so emotions don't overwhelm you, and so you can speak and act from strength and clarity.
(505) 819-3751
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102
Carol Dieckmann, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“I love working with clients who want to explore and make needed changes in the behavioral patterns that are no longer serving them in their lives and relationships. Together we can create an environment that safely holds the space for deep self exploration of defended wounds that are often manifested as addictions, anxiety, fear, depression and dissociative reactions; while working toward self-acceptance, non-judgement and the retrieval of mind, body and soul.
(505) 427-2136
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Gayle E Porter, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“90 minute sessions, evening & weekend appointments, on line support throughout the week. Thinking outside the box about treatment is my specialty. Choosing to work on improving your mental health and relationships is courageous. I am focused on solutions and believe in keeping people in therapy only as long as they are benefiting from it. If you are frustrated about your progress, feel that you have limited time to address psychological issues and need to take something valuable away from the time you invest in your self then I may be the right fit for you. Let's talk about it!
(505) 832-3454
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102
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

Transpersonal Therapists
If you're looking for Transpersonal therapy in New Mexico (NM) or for a New Mexico (NM) Transpersonal therapist these professionals provide transpersonal psychotherapy and transpersonal therapy. They include Transpersonal therapists, Transpersonal psychologists, Transpersonal psychotherapists and Transpersonal counselors.

Transpersonal therapy emphasizes the transcendent or spiritual aspects of a client's development. A transpersonal therapist may help the client cultivate a greater sense of connectedness with others, with nature, and with a higher spirit.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in New Mexico (NM) have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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