David transitioned to being a therapist after managing a successful business for over thirty years. He is a life-long member of Santa Fe and understands the needs of the community from a perspective of being a Hispanic Catholic. He is also a school counselor in a K-8 school and brings a vast experience of working with childhood issues of trauma and family dysfunction associated with abuse, anxiety and depression. He has also been a student and instructor of Shotokan Martial Arts for over 30 years where his main focus is on building focus, self-esteem and confidence. David's phone number is (505) 690-1937

Maboud is a licensed clinical counselor who has practiced psychotherapy for over 30 years. He counsels adults, adolescents and couples. His counseling approaches include:mindfulness and strength-based strategies, brief solution focus, cognitive behavioral, depth psychology, and teaching breathing & meditation skills that help one to manage stress and life’s challenges. His intention is to inspire the qualities of hope, faith, and resourcefulness needed to support clients in their life’s journey. Maboud leads the Dances of Universal Peace where all are welcomed in the circle to experience and express the beauty of their hearts through song, music, chant and movement.  His office is at a separate location. Maboud's office phone is:  505-988-4131 EXT 109

Katherine is a Licensed Professional Clinical Mental Health Counselor with over 20 years of experience in the mental health field. She works with adults, couples, families and children on a wide variety of issues including depression, anxiety, relationship issues and life transitions. She also offers Jungian Sandplay and dream-work as therapeutic options for both adults and children, which can promote a sense of wholeness and well-being. Katherine is a graduate of the Master's Counseling Program at Southwestern College in Santa Fe and has an Advanced Training Certificate in Jungian Sandplay from the New Mexico Center for Sandplay Training. A New Mexico resident for over 25 years, Katherine's Christian based spirituality is informed by her Jungian orientation to the psyche, which celebrates the unique and sacred nature of each person's inner and outer life journey. 988-4131 x 105.

Shannan Greenlee, MA, LPCC
Shannon is a licensed independent clinical counselor and art therapist. Shannan is trained in infant mental health, parent child Psychotherapy, art therapy andplay therapy. Ms Greenlee works to support families, children experiencing trauma, abuse, neglect, loss, social/emotional problems, family changes and new parents. Shannan’s number is 505-204-3424.

Bette is a Licensed Independent Social Worker. For 42 years, she has worked in the schools, in hospice, home care, and community mental health. Bette has extensive experience working with adults, including older adults, in dealing with all forms of loss and transition. She has also specialized in working with persons who have persistent and chronic problems with depression, with relationships, or with managing stress and emotions. With a belief that it is useful to "be still" in order to heal and grow, Bette loves to teach mindfulness skills. 505-310-1074.
Teresa is a clinical member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy and a member of the American Psychological Association. She has over 25 years of experience working with groups, families, couples, and individuals in religious and secular settings. Areas of interest and extensive treatment experience include anxiety, depression, relationships, job stress, and clergy burnout. A native of Albuquerque, she is an ordained elder in the Presbyterian Church (USA). 988-4131, x106. i

Don is a Licensed Independent Social Worker. He has been a Pastoral Minister in Northern New Mexico for over 28 years. He is a Catholic, native New Mexican who speaks English and Spanish. He has a Master's of Divinity degree from Mt. Angel Seminary. Don has been doing therapy with individuals and families for over 30 years. He works a great deal with people who suffer from trauma and is a level II EMDR practitioner. He has been a Fellow with the American Association of Pastoral Counselors since 2003. He works with children, families and individuals around a variety of transitions, including aging issues. Don was instrumental in creating the Graceful Aging and Parents are Forever programs in Santa Fe as well as the Drug Court program for the Seventh Judicial District. He strives to be a good steward of the land, and practices this on his ranch in the Estancia valley when he is not counseling. 988-4134 x104.

David is a Licensed Psychologist who has been providing mental health services for 40 years. He is trained in child, adolescent, and family therapy. He also enjoys individual and couple counseling. David is a native of Santa Fe, coming from a large, multi-cultural family in northern New Mexico. He has a lifelong commitment to Franciscan spirituality. He is particularly interested in exploring how daily personal and family life can be deeply spiritual. David is married and has two adult sons.  988-4131 x102.
 Kathryn A. Rice is a licensed independent sociKathryn A. Rice is a licensed independent social worker that has over 25 years' experience working with individuals, families and children. Kathryn is trained in infant mental health, child psychodynamic therapy, play therapy and social work. Ms. Rice works to support families and children experiencing trauma, abuse, neglect, loss, family changes, attachment related issues, adoption or social problems. She is endorsed as a Level Ill Infant Mental Health provider working with infants, young children and parents. Kathryn's telephone number is (505) 469-9259

* All area codes above are 505 unless otherwise listed.