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Therapists in Albuquerque

Louise Miller Psychotherapy, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“Louise Miller MA, LPCC, NCC is a psychotherapist in Albuquerque, NM with an engaging style and approach who works well with people who are curious about their issues, actively interested in knowing themselves more deeply, and improving their lives. Counseling and therapy can dramatically assist people in many areas of their lives, not the least of which are to be able to know oneself and to find meaning and purpose, to be able to have one's feelings, not to be ruled by them, or defined by them.
(505) 385-0562
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87112
Jeannette Freeman, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“I am the Co-Director of a Transpersonal Counseling and Wellness Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico. I am a seasoned, Licensed Art Therapist with a deep respect and interest in working with various cultural traditions. My background includes participating with a team which explores and teaches the role of indigenous art, myth and culture in the healing process. I have extensive training and have taught body-centered counseling methods as well as expressive art modalities including myth, movement and mandalas.
(505) 819-3192
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110
Linda Ann Schelander, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“I have 18 years experience as a professional counselor treating a wide range of mental health issues. I work with children and adults, helping to alleviate and resolve anxiety, depression, difficult life transitions, relationship issues, divorce, and trauma and abuse (past and present). PLEASE CALL TO SCHEDULE AN OFFICE VISIT. My specialty is a unique and powerful therapy approach using horses; Equine Assisted Therapy. I am trained and fully certified to use this approach by the Equine Assisted Growth & Learning Association, (EAGALA) a national organization headquartered in Utah. NO LONGER ACCEPTING CLIENTS FOR EQUINE ASSISTED THERAPY.
(505) 412-6083
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87107
Desert Hills, Treatment Facility  in Albuquerque
“Located in Albuquerque, New Mexico Desert Hills Hospital provides a full continuum of behavioral health services ranging from sub-acute residential treatment to community-based programs for children and adolescents ages 4 to 21. Since opening in 1990, Desert Hills has quickly grown from a small residential program to the largest center of behavioral health services in the state of New Mexico. Including three separate locations, which provides our patients with additional access for our treatment services. At Desert Hills we believe that treatment should be patient and family-centered, as well as strength based. Furthermore, we have created an overarching philosophy through the utilization of the Nurtured Heart approach throughout every program and ensure that each patient is provided with the opportunity to obtain long-term, successful outcomes.
(844) 201-2263
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87120
Sara A Scripp, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“Sara is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who has experience working with many different populations, including adolescents and couples. She began her counseling career working with parents, individuals and families in an effort to facilitate a healthy home environment for children. In addition, Sara has developed an interest in the treatment of adolescents, particularly teen girls between the ages of 13-17, couples who are experiencing conflict within their relationship, and separated or divorced parents who wish to develop an effective co-parenting relationship in order to protect the well-being of the children they share.
(505) 465-8300
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110
Debra Vega-Cowan, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“I am a licensed professional clinical counselor with over 25 years of professional experience in working with all types of issues presented. In addition, I work well with at risk youth with defiance issues, substance abuse or any addictions problems, lack of motivation for school, relationships with parents or peers. I have many years experience in working with families who have difficulties with their children listening and respecting the rules. As for adults, I have many success stories for partners of alcoholics, self-esteem issues, women's health issues, end-of life counseling, family relationship issues, marriage and couples counseling.
(712) 574-8887
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87112
Kandi Collier, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“I work with my clients to understand their concerns holistically and to help clients and families find solutions that will improve their lives. I have experience with adults and teens going through life transitions, anxiety, depression, anger, self-esteem, grief, job transitions, divorce, pet bereavement and managing chronic pain. I utilize, cognitive behavioral therapy, Solution Focused Therapy and Animal Assisted Psychotherapy (AAP) utilizing my registered therapy dog.
(505) 436-3199
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87107
Kenneth Winfrey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albuquerque
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“Master Social Worker with experience in planning health promotion initiatives, coaching, and psychotherapy. I specialize in therapy with addictions, teens, sexual abuse, marriage/relationship problems and LGBTQ issues. I also work with those who are experiencing fears about success, wish to expand their consciousness, and to experience greater fulfillment in life. As a coach/therapist, it is my belief that our worldview, perspectives on self, faith/spirituality, and knowledge of self represent the solution to these problems as individuals--and as a society. I envision a world where everyone is authentic, engaged, and makes empowered choices rooted in passionate purpose.
(505) 466-5651
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110
C Diane Campbell, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“It's so easy when the pressure of tragic events, disappointments in life and relationships piles high on our shoulders, to feel there is no good solution. I believe there are infinite ways of seeing things and doing things. Come let me help you find new ways of seeing yourself.
(505) 847-3873
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87111
Josie Gibb, Psychologist  in Albuquerque
Psychologist, PhD
“Psychotherapy is a very personal experience. Together we gain the trust to peel the layers of the "false self" away from the true, authentic self. Each person is different, therefore each person's healing has to be treated individually. Human suffering can be healed and I am trained to work with trauma from early childhood to the present, as well as PTSD, anxiety, depression, TBI, and others listed on this page. Together we will examine patterns which the patient finds distressing and long standing. I do not give advise, rather I help the patient find the advise within.
(505) 369-3754
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87106
Kristin Knoll, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“Kristin Knoll, MA, LPCC, is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. Her in-depth experience working with trauma, loss, depression and anxiety enable her to work effectively with individuals and couples with passion and care. She feels that as we navigate the journey of our lives, we are sometimes met with emotional obstacles that seem to block our progress and we can feel stuck and trapped. Attempts to move forward using our current perspective and coping skills may not allow us to overcome these roadblocks, thus creating emotional discord within.
(505) 436-3464
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87112
Holly A Finlay, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“My practice is designed to treat clients who are interested in working through issues, currently or historically, which are keeping them from living their best lives. I have 20+ years experience. My specialty is treating eating disorders and trauma. However, eating disorders run across all of the psychological diagnoses including PTSD, OCD, and various anxiety and mood disorders. Consequently, I have learned to employ a variety of techniques. I believe that people deserve to be understood, respected, and not rubber-stamped into a "one-size-fits-all" treatment. My practice is geared towards treatment that is personalized to each individual.
(505) 465-4901 x1
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87111
Raven Counseling & Wellness, LLC, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“Conveniently located in Albuquerque's West Side, we specialize in anxiety, depression, trauma, domestic violence, women's issues, and relationships. We believe that the most important aspect of therapy is the client's relationship with the therapist - the client needs to trust the therapist and feel comfortable. Our initial goal is to create an atmosphere of safety. Sometimes it is necessary to access guidance from a professional outside of the current situation in order to assist in gaining perspective.
(505) 819-3017
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87114
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
Eating Disorders Treatment Center, Treatment Facility  in Albuquerque
“The Eating Disorders Treatment Center specializes in treating older children, adolescents, and adults with eating disorders and related issues. We provide treatment through individual, family, and group IOP sessions according to the client's individual therapy plan. We also offer nutritional counseling services. EDTC was founded in Albuquerque, NM, by Clinical Director Holly Finlay, MA, LPCC, CEDS, CSP, Fellow of IAEDP. For contacts, visit our website at www.eatingdisordersabq.com or call our intake coordinator at 505-933-6340.
(505) 933-6123
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87111
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
Robert Strickland, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“Robert D. Strickland, MA, LMHC. Robert graduated from the University of New Mexico with a B.A. in Psychology and Communication and received his master's degree in Counseling from the University of Phoenix. Robert works with children, adolescents, couples and families and believes that individuals cannot be understood in isolation from one another, but rather as part of their family.
(505) 216-2462
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110
Michelle Marie Fischer, Counselor  in Albuquerque
“I treat ADULTS OVER 25 who want to learn healthy ways of coping with anxiety, stress, sadness, loss, and/or addiction to: chemicals, food, shopping... etc. I also teach relaxation, anger management, assertiveness and communication skills. I use a cognitive behavioral and holistic approach to mental health maintenance. I refer clients to their Primary Health Care Provider (PCP) for medication management as we do not prescribe medication here on site.
(505) 273-2882
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87112
Lisa Skoler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Albuquerque
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Are you worried about changes in yourself, like exhaustion, sad mood, nervousness, indecision, stress or confusion about your life or relationships? Are there losses you have put on the back burner, family conflicts, or uncomfortable feelings piling up? Sometimes we think these fade with time, but instead they cause fatigue, anxiety, and even withdrawal from loved ones or physical symptoms. It helps to face whatever troubles you, talking to a trained, empathic professional to sort it out, better cope, and become more comfortable in your own skin. And for children 4-6yrs I offer play therapy with parent consultation.
(505) 433-1045
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87106
Cara Howell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albuquerque
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW, RYT, MPH
“Discover your potential through a holistic and non-judgemental therapy setting emphasizing a mindful approach to life's challenges. Cara Howell is a licensed independent social worker (LISW) and a registered yoga teacher. She specializes in a mindfulness-based approach as a means to help people manage the large and small problems of life including grief & loss, anxiety & post-traumatic stress disorder, depression and relationship issues. She has special training to address trauma through Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR). As a cancer survivor, Cara is particularly committed to helping those dealing with illness experience quality of life.
(505) 431-6718
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87112
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