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Therapists in Santa Fe

Laurie Pryor, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“Anxiety seems to be present for almost all my clients and it is no wonder why- life moves at breakneck speed, obligations seem to be endless, more and more is demanded of us; if we are not Superman or Superwoman we are somehow inadequate. Despite the overwhelming pressures of modern life, it is possible to step out of the frenzy and find some peace. I integrate relaxation techniques into most sessions- this helps clients to slow down their thoughts, their breathing, and their reactions, all of which helps reprogram the nervous system's response to stress.
(505) 322-6481
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
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
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
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
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
Natalie Miller, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“Whatever you think you can do or believe you can do, begin it now. Action has magic, grace, and power in it.(Goethe) I am passionate about psychotherapy because it frequently reminds me that magic, grace, and powerful change are possible. We all feel confused, stuck, or hopeless during the course of our lives. Personally and professionally my work confirms that we are designed to grow towards healing and authentic happiness. As the sources of suffering often originate from impairments or losses in our primary relationships,so the greatest potential in psychotherapy lies in the relationship between client and therapist.
(505) 750-1946
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
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
Richard Wilson, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“I enjoy working and developing a therapeutic relationship with people that are struggling in their life whether it's with depression, anger, trauma, anxiety, relationships or even a sense that something needs to change. It's within that struggle that the spark of hope resides and I see it as my job to help people focus on their future, their strengths and successes and then begin to rediscover the hope and power to begin to shape their future and their lives.
(505) 819-3938
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
candida jones, EMDR therapist, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“The road to wellness can be inspiring and wondrous. The shifting of one's paradigm is what grants us all more spaciousness, more hope, more wonder, and more zest for this life of ours. Problems seemingly insurmountable at first glance often are far from it. It is in human interaction that we learn more of what we think, and other ways to travel.
(505) 466-5293
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Amber Hui Johnson, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“What holds us back from living a life that feels meaningful and authentic? Using a blend of traditional and experiential therapies, I support each unique client in identifying the places where we feel stuck and then gently move those blocks out of the way. I will work with you to create change you can feel in mind, body and spirit. My aim is to foster empowerment so you can create a balanced and healthy lifestyle that is meaningful and fulfilling.
(505) 718-4706
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Santa Fe Sage Counseling Center, Treatment Facility  in Santa Fe
“Feeling overwhelmed, stuck, hopeless, or lonely in your life? Wondering what it's going to take to transform you into making the changes you long for? We can help! As one of Santa Fe's largest private counseling centers, we can provide an approach and therapist that is the best fit for you.
(505) 384-6390
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Mesa Vista Wellness, Treatment Facility  in Santa Fe
“Mesa Vista Wellness offers a safe and compassionate atmosphere, that gives anyone the opportunity to heal and transform through inner exploration & personal growth. We focus on guiding individuals and families through relationship challenges, addiction recovery, grief and loss, life transitions, personal growth, and inner development. We at Mesa Vista Wellness believe that in the right environment, and given the right tools, anyone can successfully work towards a balanced and more enriched way of being in the world. Make the call or email today!
(505) 903-5563
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 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
Kila Hillman, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“Many of us have been emotionally wounded as a result of a lack of safety and care in our relationships, going back to our families of origin. We may not be experiencing ourselves and our relationships with others, in the meaningful and connective way that we desire. My work is centered in AEDP (Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy), is relationally oriented, emotion focused, attachment-trauma informed, and psychodynamic in depth. Additionally, my treatment is informed by Interpersonal Neurobiology and Structural Family Systems. Brainspotting and Trauma Resiliency Model may be utilized where focused trauma treatment is needed.
(505) 792-6901
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508
Somatic Psychotherapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Santa Fe
“Do you desire connection with yourself and others, joy, aliveness, health instead of feeling stressed, lonely, anxious or overwhelmed? You are not alone. Symptoms that bring people into therapy can be the result of an overwhelmed nervous system. It can happen suddenly or overtime when we live through something that occurs too fast or lasts too long (motor vehicle accidents, violence, loss and grief, or medical procedure trauma.)
(505) 369-3940
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
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
Tamara Dubinsky, Counselor  in Santa Fe
“I've had experience working with people on many different types of issues, from anxiety and depression to addiction and trauma. I base many of my principals on eastern oriented philosophies and am also very practical and solution-oriented. I am a good listener, insightful, and understanding no matter how overwhelming your problems may seem.
(505) 569-1808
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507
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