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Zephyrus of Santa Fe, Treatment Facility  in Santa Fe
“Zephyrus is Santa Fe, New Mexico's only program specializing in Disordered Eating - Anorexia, Bulimia and Compulsive Over-Eating. Zephyrus offers an Intensive Out Patient Program that is fully integrative and carefully constructed with evidence-based and essential recovery elements. Therapeutic approaches that engage the mind, body, psyche and spirit have been carefully woven into the fabric of the program. The program is specifically designed to address the full spectrum of symptoms associated with eating disorders, body dysmorphia and compulsive exercise in women, men, adolescent girls and boys. PLEASE NOTE: Zephyrus of Santa Fe is able to offer services to clients who require therapeutic support but are not in need of an intensive program. Clients can participate in all of Zephyrus' services on an as needed basis. Zephyrus is also a perfect step down for individuals returning from residential treatment.
(646) 600-9175
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Cynthia C Fulreader, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“COUNSELING: Welcome to a wonderful opportunity to feel better about yourself, improve your relationships, clear obstacles, identify priorities, and embark on the next phase of your life. You determine what you want to work on and we explore how to implement solutions. During the counseling process, individuals report feeling more at peace, more successful in relationships, and empowered to make better decisions. Couples develop an understanding of one another and gain new skills for their relationship. Families receive guidance for parenting challenges. Children and teens work through trauma, peer relationships, self-esteem issues, grief, school challenges, and more.
(505) 652-1411
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Amy Wong Hope, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Fe
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“When authentically present, you thrive, and are deeply connected to yourself and others--life flows. Anxiety, depression, and PTSD (acute or chronic trauma from childhood), and relationship issues can prevent you from truly connecting. These symptoms can impair your cognitive abilities, entrench unhealthy and cyclical emotional patterns and reactions, and undermine your sense of a competent self. I work with men, women, teens, children, and families, helping them regain stability, a sense of competence and safety, and connection to self and others through a better understanding of their neurobiology and the development of resources and skills for emotional regulation.
(505) 395-5480
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Katja Biesanz, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“I help where you are stuck -- body, story, nerves, or soul. Our difficult experiences can lodge many places. I have a big "tool chest" to help you meet and transform what needs healing. I believe that each of us has a wholeness, no matter how hidden. I help you to contact that wholeness, in order to access your own wisdom. Together we find your unique path through to your truest self. What is waiting for you is a life of meaning and the ability to connect.
(503) 743-8795
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
Jennifer L Gillespie, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“I take a no-nonsense 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. I specialize in treating anxiety, depression, stress, OCD, eating problems, relationship issues and trauma in adults and teenagers. I use research-based interventions grounded in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
(505) 436-3626
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Brainspotting & Hypnotherapy Clinic of New Mexico, Psychologist  in Santa Fe
“I hold psychotherapy as a cooperative, relational process between client and therapist which involves a profound attunement of the therapist with the client. With sensitivity, empathy, skill, and compassion, I help individuals resolve a wide range of life challenges and issues, with special attention to the treatment of traumatic emotional conditioning. Working with an integration of complementary methods, including Mindfulness-Based Emotional Processing, Brainspotting, hypnotherapy, EMDR, behavioral strategies, as well as insight and transpersonal therapies, I draw from over forty years of clinical experience to incorporate what is most helpful, respectful, and effective for each client.
(505) 913-7196
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Patrick Singleton,   in Santa Fe
“I assist people to recover from traumatic types of experiences, greatly improve their self-esteem and sense of what's possible, and let go of negative or bad habits. I also assist people in letting go of past relationships so they can move on with their lives. And I assist people in becoming motivated to do important projects or necessary tasks.
(505) 404-1632
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Deborah Schweiger-Whalen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Fe
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW, CSAT, CEDS
“I am an experienced psychotherapist with an immense amount of education and training. I have expertise in the areas of general psychotherapy, eating disorders, sexual disorders, trauma, post traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and depression. I am a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist through the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals and a Certified Eating Disorder Therapist International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals. I work with individuals, and couples/families. My work incorporates multiple perspectives and schools of thought and I have an active and responsive style.
(505) 395-2958
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Susan Perry Halvorsen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Fe
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LPAT, ATR-BC
“I graduated from Loyola Marymount University with a Master of Arts Degree in Clinical Art Therapy and Marital and Family Therapy. I also did a post-graduate fellowship at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles before returning to my hometown of Santa Fe NM. Iíve been working in the field since 1999. I have had great success in helping people overcome their eating disorders. I also have experience in treating addictions, abuse and neglect, trauma, PTSD, dissociation, depression, stress anxiety, family and relational conflict and grief and loss issues.
(505) 913-7097
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
Kathleen Hill, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Fe
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Are you frustrated or stuck, hoping for a better way? Are you tired of feeling angry, sad, depressed, or anxious? Perhaps you are facing major life challenges such as divorce, loss of a job, a loved one, or your health. Maybe you just want to feel better. I can help you address the very real problems that arise in life. I will work with you respectfully to identify and resolve your concerns. Empowering you to cope and move forward is key. I enjoy working with diverse individuals, couples and families to build skills, expand options, and create meaningful solutions.
(505) 234-1324
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Lea S Douglas, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“I have an education and professional background in the visual arts along with 14 years of experience as a mental health professional. This combination is integral to my practice. My time as an artist offers me a capacity for flexibility, creative thinking and a wide view of possibilities. Blend this with my formal training in cognitive-behavioral, EMDR and other evidence-based approaches and the result is an effective, open and respectful counseling experience. I also use a psychoanalytic approach when helpful. I work attentively and at the client's pace and have extended experience with grief, loss and trauma.
(505) 333-9831
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Marc Talbert, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“I believe in compassionate, non-judgemental counseling. I help clients to see, to feel, to understand, to accept, and to grow. This allows my clients, from children to adults, to move in healthy ways through transitions in their lives. This work is not easy, but it can liberate, enlighten, and inspire. My focus is not on "fixing" people, but on helping clients gain a deeper understanding of who they are (not who they are supposed to be) and then to grow into a deeper expression of who they are.
(505) 431-6759
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87504
“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.
(505) 407-4573
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508
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
Dawn Perry, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“Do you feel stuck? Uncertain? Afraid? You don't have to do it alone. I'm here to help you focus on your life--where you've been, where you are now, and where you want to go. In my experience, therapy doesn't have to take a long time; it takes as long as it needs to, which varies from person to person. I don't believe in "one size fits all" therapy. We're each unique and together we'll find your unique path to regain and maintain health.
(505) 819-3562
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Janet Saxe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Fe
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW, MS, SpEd, IMHIII
“I help parents and children feel good about their families. I work with parents and children separately and together to identify unresolved relationship issues. My goal is to give parents a greater sense of competence and confidence by learning how to recognize and respond to their children's fundamental needs.
(917) 300-0113
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Cecelia Albert, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“The most important aspect of my work - and its deepest expression - lies in listening. My job is to "hear" you - to listen for what is being said and what is not, for who and what are in the room, for who and what are absent. What part or parts of you have a voice? What part or parts have been silenced? This deep listening process will lead us to those specific therapeutic modalities most appropriate for your growth and well being - what will best serve you at this stage in your life's journey.
(505) 926-0299
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Dana Moore, Counselor  in Santa Fe
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPCC, CADS, MAR, MA
“Are you hurting people you love? Are you violent? Are you overwhelmed, anxious and don't know what to do? Have you experienced violence or extreme stress in the past? Are you addicted to prescription pain medicine? We will work together so can you find peace of mind, calm your nervous system, think more clearly and find additional resources you might need. I have supported thousands of people over 20 years in the helping profession.
(505) 240-6327
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87504
Marilyn M Morgan, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“Have you thought about seeking help with your problems but just have not done it? You feel sad, angry, confused, hopeless, and what you have done so far is not working. Please know it is just this simple. You merely need to make a call ,get an appointment , and begin to talk about what is bothering you.
(505) 236-4646
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507
Elaine J. Casquarelli, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“Welcome to my profile! I am a counselor in Eldorado at Santa Fe and offer individual, couple and group counseling. With each client, I listen deeply and non-judgmentally to their concerns and struggles, recognizing and honoring their inner strengths. Together we embark on a journey to discover what is needed for healing. In the process I may draw upon a variety counseling methods, including narrative approaches, Internal Family Systems, EMDR, hypnosis, and guided imagery, among others. I assume that each person is unique; therefore, their healing needs will also be unique.
(505) 369-0551
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508
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