Sometimes life presents us with challenges that we never dreamed of facing. Or those whom we thought would always be there are not. You have the answers, but may need help finding them.
— As a licensed Albuquerque clinical counselor, I can help.
Please use the online contact form or call 505-610-9214 to discuss how I can work with you.
If you are a new client, please complete the downloadable New Client Forms
Please bring your insurance card (and your co-pay) with you to the initial appointment.
If you will be using insurance, you’ll need to know two things:
You can call the telephone number on the back of your insurance card or go to the insurance’s website to get this information.
If not using insurance (private pay), the fee is $80/session for individuals and $90/session for couples.
I strive to provide a safe environment for all clients, respect for their personal values, and unconditional positive regard.
In my practice I have found that each client or couple has a unique set of issues and responds more effectively when treatment is tailored to their needs.
My approach is to listen carefully to understand the issues presented and then apply specific modalities and interventions. I have found Mindfulness - a philosophy and practice that encourages and supports an accepting and nonjudgmental focus on emotions, thoughts, and sensations in the present moment - to be extremely helpful.
I provide psychological counseling in Albuquerque to adults and couples (heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual). My services are tailored to clients' needs and cover a range of issues, including:
Using a Mindfulness approach, I employ various treatment orientations, including:
I work with couples (including heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual orientations) to help them rebuild and improve their relationship. I help partners move away from defending their stance or viewpoint or proving themselves right. We aim to identify and heal past and present emotional wounds that are negatively affecting the integrity of the relationship.
Partners examine what they bring to the relationship and learn how their speech and behavior affects the other. They take responsibility for their part and then take necessary steps to reestablish an intimate bond.