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Therapists in Santa Fe

Body-Centered Psychotherapy, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“We can tell the same story repeatedly but it is new felt experiences that make a profound difference. I listen to both mind & body with deep respect & sensitivity. I see my role as a guide back to your own internal wisdom and voice, to a deeper connection with yourself, to parts calling for attention, to unrecognized strengths, and new possibilities. Shifts may happen when you discover what helps you feel calm or you really get the importance of a survival response that the mind long ago dismissed.
(575) 915-1720
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
Greg Gibson, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“I enjoy working with people who are passionate about their lives and who want to improve how they perceive and actualize their potential. Sometimes it just takes the right words from someone unexpected, to create the changes that are desired. With my expertise, I not only can help you formulate goals and motivate you to accomplish them, but if necessary, can help to hold you accountable for your change or help refocus your goals in order to make them achievable. I listen closely to understand your problems from a purely human perspective, of someone having a human experience.
(505) 386-4051
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Joalie E Davie,   in Santa Fe
“I am a physician with over 30 years experience with infants, children, and adults. When you work with me, I listen with compassion and understanding from your point of view and ensure there is a safe place for you to heal, grow and learn. I teach you how to face the fire so it does not consume you but builds your energy. My goal is to serve your highest good and help you navigate rough waters with resilience and confidence that you are overcoming the obstacles of your life as if they were stepping stones to your goals and dreams.
(505) 847-3289
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Jessica Ventura-Ewing, Art Therapist  in Santa Fe
“I am passionate about children, pregnancy and parenting as well as girls and women's issues. No book can teach you how to parent or how to communicate with your child or partner. We all learn together as we grow as families and communities. I believe that we all are here for a purpose; although our path may not always be clear we have the ability within ourselves to find our way. I am here to help support you and guide you though the process of healing past grief and trauma in order to have more joy in your life.
(505) 431-4719
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Melissa J Leehan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Santa Fe
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“If previous therapies left you disappointed by a lack of depth, you may be a more complex person for whom superficial, quick fix therapies aren't enough. Good therapy should include a strong collaboration with a therapist who is attuned to your uniqueness and who responds in ways that not only resolves your immediate problem but also enriches the overall quality of your life. Because I recognize that your past influences the present, we'll work together so that new insights and coping skills help you avoid repeating unhealthy patterns which undermine your ability to live a more satisfying life.
(505) 658-2148
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
Marliese Vogel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Fe
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, LISW, RPT-S
“My ideal client is between the ages of 0-12 years old. She/he is having a challenge and displaying behaviors issues due to family divorce and abandonment, to bullying, grief and loss,physical and sexual abuse, and learning disabilities. Research suggests Play Therapy is effective mental health approach dealing with anxiety, depression, attention deficit/hyperactivity ( ADHD) autism spectrum disorders, conduct disorders and social impairments difficulties.
(239) 431-9399
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507
Larry E Dettweiler, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“After over 40 years of experience working with children, adolescents and adults in settings as diverse as prison and preschool, I have come to the conclusion that the root of most psychological suffering is a discrepancy between who we really are and who we have been expected to become or expect ourselves and others to be. This discrepancy between the "Self" and the personality we develop causes immense suffering within individuals, between individuals and in the culture as a whole. My goal is to help clients find their own truth or "Self" and live their lives from that place.
(505) 603-0641
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
Life Healing Center, Treatment Facility  in Santa Fe
“The Life Healing Center takes an individualized approach to the treatment of emotional trauma, mental health disorders and various forms of addiction. We have been providing comprehensive, integrative residential treatment for trauma resolution and addictive disorders for more than 15 years. Located in the hills above Santa Fe, New Mexico, our facility treats the whole person - body, mind and spirit.
(866) 250-3179
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87506
Sue Genaro Legacy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Fe
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, LISW, LCSW
“How would you like a different perspective to your problems that you may not have considered; one that might open up new options to a seemingly hopeless situation or pattern of behaviors? I seek to fully understand your needs so that we can work together to improve the quality of your life. Once we identify how you would like your life to be different and what you would like to see change by coming into therapy, we work together to help you achieve those goals.
(512) 523-5279
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
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
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
Cynthia C Fulreader, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“COUNSELING: Welcome to a wonderful opportunity to feel better, 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
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
Brii Sebastian  in Santa Fe
“The Human Energy Field (HEF) is a subtle container within which the body and psyche are held. Changes in your HEF are noticeable and affect your life and your relationships. Transpersonal Qigong Therapy includes an integration of the main structures of your HEF and incorporates Mindfulness-based techniques, as well as influences from transpersonal and traditional psychotherapies. The result of Qigong alignment is greater self-affirmation and a clearer perspective of your inner states, which helps you overcome everyday stress, trauma or emotional dysregulation.
(505) 431-4679
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Sudhir Borowyj, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“I love working with people who have a desire to free themselves from relational patterns that interfere with living authentically, and in intimate connection with self and others. I support you to explore the obstacles that prevent you from feeling at home in your life and in your skin. Emotional wounds seeded through a lifetime etch a trail in our body, mind, and heart causing us to shut down to ourselves and disconnect from our inherent creativity and inner resources. I accompany you to investigate with kindness the places of disconnect, which can show up as heartache, blame, shame, resignation and addiction.
(505) 876-9401
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Howard M. Ottenheimer, Psychologist  in Santa Fe
“The individual who is stuck in a marriage, career or depressive state is an ideal candidate for my help. I work with individuals and couples and I provide a fresh perspective with options that can enhance an individual or couple's ability to change and succeed. We work together to make the changes. We face the hard questions about relationships and the pain of past failures, and practice focusing on what works to produce success.
(505) 658-2257
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Santa Fe Supportive Therapy - Anika M Kelso, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Fe
“Anika M Kelso, LISW / Santa Fe Supportive Therapy utilizes a client-centered, eclectic approach. I believe each individual is whole and complete, no matter the presenting issues. By non-judgmental exploration of outdated beliefs and behaviors, my clients become empowered to choose alternative beliefs and behaviors which allow for healing and growth.
(505) 369-6161
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Vanette Sanchez, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Fe
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“I am passionate about New Mexican children and their families. Children don't come with instructions and sometimes as parents we need extra support to gain communication, parenting and self-regulation skills. I have experience working with children and families suffering from depression, anxiety, family conflicts, ADHD, and behavior problems. Also, being a Native New Mexican, I incorporate a cultural awareness and sensitivity in my practice. I recognize and appreciate New Mexican culture as unique and valued along with having it's own struggles and obstacles.
(505) 565-5147
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507
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
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