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Therapists in Santa Fe

David Solem, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Fe
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“Hello! As we face life's challenges we often need professional assistance. I look forward to helping you discern and address challenges you are facing now, such as anger, grief, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, transitions that leave you needing to find new balance and meaning, or perhaps longstanding challenges. I am here to help. Our psyche invites us to an unfolding process. Becoming more conscious enables us to make choices about ways to move forward. The time is now. I am privileged to meet you where you are now to collaborate on a comprehensive plan for treatment. Let's talk.
(505) 369-0537
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Patricia Veech, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Fe
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“Are you struggling in an unhappy relationship? Concerned about your or a loved one's drug or alcohol use? Overwhelmed by feelings of anxiety or depression? If so, therapy can help. I offer twenty years of professional experience along with a passion for helping people make positive changes in their lives and relationships. Working together, we will uncover the obstacles (often unhealthy patterns of thinking or reacting) that are standing between you and the happiness you deserve. You already have the answers; you just need someone to ask the right questions.
(505) 609-8903
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Mary Curry, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Fe
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“I believe it is essential to provide a confidential and safe environment to explore and understand each persons specific reasons, needs and goals for seeking counseling or psychotherapy.You may be experiencing difficulties with relationships,struggling with events from the past and/or at a place in your life where you desire change and greater satisfaction in your life. If you are suffering with common and at times overwhelming symptoms like anxiety, depression, relationship conflict, repeating old behaviors that lead to emotional pain and feeling stuck, I would welcome the opportunity to work with you.
(505) 336-0462
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Nancy Blair Moon, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Santa Fe
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, MSW, ACSW, LADAC
“A favorite therapist (and teacher) said "It takes COURAGE to explore what's inside us, and it takes LOVE to accept whatever we find there." I like to see clients who have or want that kind of courage, and are willing to see and know themselves for who they are and come to love and trust that. I know that this is a process and takes time. I believe that living authentically and learning how to find our own inner direction is always better than what others might recommend for us. I can help you listen to your Deep Self.
(505) 431-6820
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
Counseling & Mediation Team, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“Divorce prevention is a specialty that I am famous for in Santa Fe. Couples who can't resolve conflicts and "go round and round" are the people I love to work with and provide conflict resolution skills. Are you struggling in your relationship to find a communication style that creates more intimacy and closeness? Are you depressed and unhappy and don't know how to get out of the "black hole"? Do you want a life that is vital, vibrant and full of hope and passion? I can help you create new neural pathways, new patterns and discover the True Self.
(505) 926-2201
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507
Barbara Radov, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Fe
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, PISW, LSCSW
“I have over 30 years of experience as a psychotherapist and am as excited and passionate now as the day I started. I focus on working in depth with those that have experienced trauma,sexual abuse, and eating/food issues. I believe most individuals come for counseling /psychotherapy to make changes but do not know how. I see my responsibility is to give guidance and tools to help facilitate that change.
(505) 431-4187
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
Susan N Harris, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“I have been in practice in New Mexico for 12 years, treating depression, anxiety, relationships, and life changes. I like to use a listening, supportive stance with clients to help them feel comfortable in talking about their problems. I tailor each client's therapy to their personal needs, combining different modes of treatment. Some of the techniques I use are mindfulness, regulating emotions, relationship skills,tolerating distress, and mind/body techniques. I believe that therapy works, and is worth the time, effort, and money you put into it.
(505) 913-7074
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 bad habits and limiting beliefs. 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
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
Sudha Rani Kailas, Psychiatrist  in Santa Fe
“Have you lost your appetite? Do you find yourself worrying so much that you have trouble falling asleep at night? Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired? If you or your family members are living with any of these difficulties, please contact me today. Together, we will unlock the secrets to feeling healthy, relaxed, energized, and motivated to live the life you deserve to live.
(505) 428-9504
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
Intuitive Guidance, Spiritual Support,   in Santa Fe
“People seek me out who are feeling blocked, stuck, in transition, or at an impasse. I help my clients resolve inner conflicts; move more fully into their heart; connect with their Higher Self and God; and let go of whatever might be in the way. My Clients usually identify themselves as spiritual but not religious, from Judeo-Christian backgrounds, and having tried many different kinds of counseling, personal growth, and meditation techniques. I draw upon intuitive gifts and spiritual support to help then see blind spots that have been undiscovered elsewhere, release blocks, and make a shift.
(505) 466-1055
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508
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 humanistic approaches, internal family systems therapy, narrative therapy, 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
Nina Ross, PhD.,   in Santa Fe
“I work with individual adults, both men and women. Clients looking for new discoveries about themselves and seeking tools for change are a sampling of client needs that I work with. Clients will achieve greater clarity, as well as self- acceptance in our work together. I believe that we all have our own "inner healer," and I help individuals find this voice of truth inside themselves. Learning to trust this voice empowers clients to make decisions and choices that are right and true for them. Learning to release old behaviors that no longer serve one creates healthy self-worth.
(505) 427-3638
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Brian Serna, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Fe
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LPCC, LADAC
“I am looking forward to help you achieve your best self. I have trained counselors, social workers and psychologist the world over to better help their clients. My travels and experiences have provided me with opportunities to learn and further develop my skills as a therapist. Although I am passionate about teaching other professionals, my first love has always been counseling. I have opened a small private practice in Santa Fe, NM so that I can continue to engage in my love of helping people.
(505) 333-0436
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507
Julie Madrid, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“Coming from Northern New Mexico, I have a unique perspective that can help you reach realistic solutions to your personal and family problems. I have extensive experience working with a variety of people in crisis and I can help you feel safe and productive again.
(505) 431-6551
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Jane Whitmore, Psychologist  in Santa Fe
“Welcome to my "Psychologist Today" directory page. May I introduce myself... I am a licensed clinical psychologist with a doctorate in psychology, post doctoral training in contemporary psychoanalytic studies, and 25 years of clinical experience. I work with adolescents, adults and couples, and I am able to address a wide spectrum of mental health issues. Although I often draw upon my training in contemporary psychoanalytic psychotherapy, my clinical approach is individualized. The decision to enter psychotherapy is often difficult to make. You may wonder how psychotherapy works or what to talk about. Let me help you with your decision.
(505) 333-9882
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Carol Christianson, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“My focus is helping you find solutions to difficult problems and to help you reach your goals in as short a period of time as necessary. I work with you collaboratively to help you make the changes you want to make. In addition to being a solution-focused therapist, I have a client-centered approach to therapy. This means that your goals are the important goals. With your permission, I also utilize hypnotherapy processes to help you with what you want help changing. I have the utmost respect for you and your process.
(505) 273-2906
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Carol MacHendrie, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Fe
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW, ACSW
“Whether you are a couple on the brink of divorce, experiencing infidelity (romantic relationships, emotional affairs, financial infidelity), in recovery, have ADHD, or experiencing illness or loss, I have the experience to work successfully to help you remain in your relationship.I am a strength based neurobiologically informed couples therapist and draw upon multiple theoretical models for behavior change to provide a flexible, creative and compassionate approach to your concerns. I have been practicing in Santa Fe for the past 34 years. My passion is working with couples although I have worked extensively with individuals and groups throughout my career.
(505) 718-4709
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
Silvia Stentizer, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“Coming to therapy is an act of self-love. Being inquisitive about what makes us feel and act the way we do is the most rewarding endeavor, bringing authenticity, creativity and choices into our lives. Our self-concept and beliefs about the world were formed in infancy and learned in our primary relationships. Unconsciously, these early experiences guide many of our actions in present time. I am passionate about exploring with you old patterns that do not serve you anymore. I support you in cultivating conscious and self-caring responses to the inevitable challenging and painful events of life.
(505) 412-4893
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
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