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Jane Shoenfeld

Jane Shoenfeld

  Personal Statement Jane Shoenfeld, BFA, MA, LPAT, grew up in Maryland and moved to New York City to study art at Pratt Institute. Jane completed her graduate training at Pratt Institute in the late 1970s and exhibited her work in NYC Soho Galleries in the 1980's. Her medium was pastel and...

J Megan Davis

J Megan Davis

  Personal Statement The choice of whom to see in therapy and the goals for treatment must be personal and individualized in order for the treatment to be a success. I believe that I am well suited to working with all ages, and with various types of interaction and relationship issues;...

Gail Rae Walker

Gail Rae Walker

  Personal Statement I specialize in helping couples and families to connect more deeply to each other and themselves. Why should you engage me in your personal life? Because I listen well, have a wealth of tools, and connect with people without judgment and with compassion. Many individuals...

Judith Acosta

Judith Acosta

  Personal Statement Judith Acosta is a clinical social worker, crisis counselor, and classical homeopath with nearly 30 years experience in mental health. Currently she is located in Placitas, between Albuquerque and Santa Fe, New Mexico. Starting as a rape crisis counselor in the mid-80’s,...

Valerie Valentine

Valerie Valentine

  Personal Statement I am an artist, teacher, art therapist, clinical counselor, and peacemaker. I hold a BA in Art Education and a MA in Art Therapy. I believe that the creative process of self- exploration and self- expression is a pathway toward self-understanding and healthy choice. I...

Debra R. Thompson

Debra R. Thompson

  Personal Statement The journey to positivity, wellness, and productivity requires the cohesiveness of body, mind, and spirit. I approach therapy from a holistic perspective, integrating the power of the heart with this cohesion. Emotions play an integral role in our challenges and triumphs....

Deborah Schweiger-Whalen

Deborah Schweiger-Whalen

  Personal Statement In order to describe how we treat eating disorders we must first understand what an eating disorder is. After many years in this field, I have arrived at the conclusion that an eating disorder is very complex and simultaneously very simple. One thing is certain – eating...

Dr. Doug Stephen Southern

Dr. Doug Stephen Southern

  Personal Statement Today you are one step closer to a new you where you feel empowered and on a positive path to growth and well-being. As an interpersonally focused therapist I believe that many of our issues occur as a result of the relationships that we have. My goal is to improve those...

Georgena Felicia

Georgena Felicia

  Personal Statement I've worked in a couple of Residential Treatment Centers and learned to love, respect, and thoroughly enjoy the passion of adolescents. To the extent that they may be exceptionally challenging, so the rewards of growth are just as rich. Interests are in analytical...

Psychotherapy in New Mexico: Finding a Therapist Near Me

If you are seeking therapy, and are looking for a therapist in New Mexico, you will want to know how to find the right therapist near me. In your local area, it may not be as easy to find a therapist as it is online, because many therapists are virtual. Many therapists use webcams when working with their clients, or work via phone conferencing, that makes it more difficult to locate them on a map. However, you can get the contact information of a therapist, by looking at your telephone book, online, or in the yellow pages of your local paper. Try searching for “therapist in New Mexico”, as this will give you some basic information. If you have any other information, such as where the therapist lives or who they work for, then you can look for that as well.

Now, if you are looking for a therapist in New Mexico, you should find out what types of therapies they offer. Many therapists now offer either face-to-face or online therapy, but there are some therapists who specialize only in one type of therapy, such as counselling, or psychotherapy, for example. Before beginning your search for therapy, you should decide what you want to get out of your therapy, whether it’s just clarification or help with a particular problem. You should then find a therapist, either online or in your local area, who offers what you’re looking for, and at a price that you can afford. Most importantly, you should find a therapist who is both qualified and experienced, in the type of therapy that you need. A therapist, with all of these qualities, can be very helpful.

Your therapist should be able to provide you with a personal and one-on-one consultation, so that you can discuss your specific needs and begin to work on your therapy. Your therapist should understand your problems, frustrations, and needs. Your relationship issues, such as financial difficulties, should be tackled head-on, at this time, to ensure the fastest progress and healing possible. A great therapist will ensure that all areas of therapy are covered, and that all aspects of your therapy will be addressed and worked on.

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