Affordable and caring licensed therapists and marriage counselors in Albuquerque, New Mexico are ready to help you. Therapy can change your life, but you must make the first step. Contact a licensed therapist now, you can email 24/7, and begin your new start.
Dennis Bumgarner, ACSW, LCSW, LISW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker Licensed Independent Social Worker
Location Near Therapist: Albuquerque, NM
Fast Contact: Email or Call Dennis.
|Marriage Therapy||Parent Consultation|
|Unmotivated Adolescents||Stress Relief|
For 35 years, Dennis has been helping people of all ages with his positive, solution-oriented approach to therapy. He listens to you to discover the changes you seek in your life and works together with you to enact those changes. He will help you find solutions.
Georgena Felicia, LMFT, LPCC
Marriage/Family Therapist, Clinical Mental Health Counselor
Location: North East Heights, Albuquerque 87109
Fast Contact: Email or Call Georgena.
|Communication Skills||Stress Management|
|Mood Disorders||Relationship Skills|
|Children Aged 6 And Up|
Self-examination is the first step of an approach to problem solving. In our process we look at current stressors, how you are feeling and functioning, and possible challenges from family of origin lifestyle. A helping hand provides support for new approaches to joy.
Dr. Suzanne Lopez, M.C.F.T
Licensed Marriage, Child, Family Therapist
Location Near Therapist: Albuquerque, NM
Fast Contact: Email or Call Dr. Lopez.
|Marriage Counciling/Therapy||Family Counciling/Therapy|
|Child Counciling/Therapy||Substance Abuse Counciling|
|Couples Counciling/Therapy||Job Related Depression/Anxiety |
Dr. Suzanne Lopez’s career in psychology has spanned over four decades. She uses a solution, action oriented mind, body, spirit cutting edge positive psychological processes in her private practice in California and New Mexico.
Desert Hills of New Mexico, RTC
Desert Hills of New Mexico
Location: 5310 Sequoia Rd. NW, Albuquerque 87120
Fast Contact: Email or Call Desert Hills of New Mexico.
|Behavioral Issues||Mental Health Disorders|
|Developmental Disorders||Sexually Maladaptive |
|Medication Management||Substance Abuse |
Desert Hills’ mission is to provide high-quality, comprehensive behavior and mental health services to children, adolescents and their families. Treatment is provided through a continuum of care, ranging from sub-acute residential treatment to community-based programs.
Diana Denson, M.A., M.Ed., L.P.C.C.
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
Location: 11000 Spain Rd. N.E., Albuquerque 87111
Fast Contact: Email or Call Diana.
|Relationship Counseling||Depression Counseling|
|Divorce Prevention||Stress Reduction|
|Self-Esteem & Spiritual Issues||Destructive Habits/Patterns|
|Sexual/Intimacy Counseling||Anger Management|
Have you been wondering what your life could be like if you had someone caring, insightful, and experienced to reflect on your experiences with? I have great respect for those of you willing to journey within to better understand yourself and life's challenges.
City of Albuquerque
New Mexico Counseling And Therapy Practice Board
Counseling Albuquerque New Mexico
Therapist Cedar Crest NM, South Valley, Rio Rancho, North Valley, Hoffmantown, Albuquerque
Located in the northern, upper edges of the Chihuahuan Desert, Albuquerque is considered the crossroads of the state. The elevation is one of the highest in the United States, ranging from 4,700 to 6,900 feet. The Rio Grande runs through the city and is considered an exotic river because it flows through a desert. There are a number of faults that border the city, including the ones that have made the Sandia and Manzano Mountains. Albuquerque's cityscape has expanded quite a bit since the 1940s. The portion of the city that dates prior to the 1940s is very different in style than the portions built since. Specifically the newer portions are divided into four neighborhoods with large roads running through them, in essence making them quadrants. The positive aspect of having the area broken up into quadrants is that the residential neighborhoods are shielded from noise and the lights from the major roads. The different quadrants are classified as Northeast, Northwest, Southeast, and Southwest.1
Mental Health in Albuquerque
Albuquerque has higher-than-average rates of illicit drug use. Over 17 percent of the city's residents report using drugs within the past year, among which the most popular are marijuana and prescription pills. Residents of the city also report higher rates of substance abuse disorders than the national average. Cigarette use and binge drinking rates, although still high, are falling and are lower than both state and national averages.2 Yet, many Albuquerque residents face difficulties from substance use and addiction, including job loss, family violence, and homelessness.
Therapeutic Living Services (TLS) is a non-profit organization that provides comprehensive services for individuals in need of mental health care. TLS focuses specifically on housing needs, providing structured group homes throughout the city, in addition to in-home services for people living independently. Additionally, TLS offers psychosocial rehabilitation classes that helps individuals appropriately deal with anger, acquire improved social skills, and enhance the ability of clients to manage day-to-day tasks. Outreach and educational programs, as well as crisis intervention services are also provided. Contact 505-268-5295 for further information.3
The University of New Mexico Individual, Family & Community Education Department offers a Master of Arts in Counseling program that prepares graduates to be licensed counselors in the state of New Mexico. Students combine classroom coursework with experiences in the field to develop an effective toolkit for counseling various populations. Students acquire theoretical skills, understanding of diversity and multiculturalism, knowledge of ethical practice and skills needed to work with individuals, groups, couples, and families. Additional information about the program can be obtained by calling 505-277-1353.4
1. Wikipedia. (2014). Albuquerque, New Mexico Cityscape
. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albuquerque,_New_Mexico#Cityscape
2. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2012). Substance Use and Mental Disorders in the Albuquerque MSA
. Retrieved from http://www.samhsa.gov/data/NSDUHMetroBriefReports/NSDUH-Metro-Albuquerque.pdf
3. Therapeutic Living Services. (2014). Services
. Retrieved from http://www.tls-nm.org/services
4. The University of New Mexico. (2014). Master of Arts in Counseling
. Retrieved from http://coe.unm.edu/uploads/docs/ifce/counselored/couns-ed-ma-information-sheet.pdf