Brian Serna, LPCC, LADAC, MAC

Brian Serna is the owner of Serna Solutions LLC a group practice for behavioral health providers in Santa Fe, NM. Additionally he provides training, consultation and coaching services to programs around the world. Some of his specialties are working with addictions, depression and couples counseling. His expertise in cultural competency and Evidence Based Practices (EBPs) has allowed him to train and consult with programs in Canada, Ireland, Wales, and Australia. He excels at designing programs that implement EBPs with individuals who are resistant, under legal mandate to attend treatment and those with co-occurring disorders in ways that are culturally meaningful. 

Brian Serna has received training and supervision in the Community Reinforcement Approach (CRA) and Community Reinforcement Approach and Family Training (CRAFT) directly from Dr. Robert J. Meyers. He is also a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT) and a Motivational Interviewing Supervisor Trainer (MIST). 

In addition to his managing his practice, Mr. Serna is currently involved in consultation and training with Robert J. Meyers & Associates and teaches at the University of New Mexico and Southwestern College.

Brian is married, has two beautiful children and two very lazy basset hounds. He spends his free time hiking, painting and practicing Aikido. 

Adan Baca, M.A., LPCC

Adam has over fifteen years of experience as a therapist, clinical director and executive director in New Mexico.  Most recently Mr. Baca has been providing clinical direction to counselors in Santo Domingo and at All Nations Behavioral Health.  He volunteers his time serving on various boards of non-profits and educational groups. He has been active in promoting substance abuse and mental health treatments that exhibit a balance of best-practice models with a culturally appropriate and holistic approach. 

Adan is a Native Norteño from the beautiful Española Valley where he resides with his amazing son. 

Aimée Dale-Lucius, B.S., LSAA 

Aimée Dale-Lucius, B.S., LSAA. After careers in retail management, real estate and the film and television industry, Aimée realized her true passion for helping people lead more fulfilling lives. She completed her BS in Psychology and is working on her MA in Counseling at Southwestern College. Her specialization in CRAFT is a natural extension of her experience facilitating positive human relations as a manager and mother. 

Aimée is a happily married, mother of four children and enjoys yoga, hiking, and snowboarding.

Greer McSpadden LISW

Greer McSpadden is a licensed clinical social worker (LISW) who has lived and worked in northern New Mexico for the past 17 years.  She is originally from  Tahlequah, Oklahoma and is an enrolled member of the Western Band of Cherokee Nation, where she was employed as a licensed counselor under Chief Wilma Mankiller.  Ms. McSpadden has worked for tribal communities since 1992 and has been employed at the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) for the past eight years.

A graduate of George Warren Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis, MO, Ms. McSpadden majored in Family Systems Therapy with an emphasis in Addictions Counseling.  She is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) as well as Brainspotting, both trauma reduction therapies.  As a Cherokee counselor, she works within a culturally-informed cognitive behavioral therapy model.

Laura Woodring LMHC

Laura’s background includes working with children, teens, adults and families. Laura utilizes interpersonal neurobiology and attachment theory models in her therapy. Laura has specialized training in interpersonal neurobiology, infant mental health, CRAFT and EMDR. Laura is from Mexico and is bilingual/bicultural. She is passionate about providing services to people of diverse backgrounds. Laura enjoys spending time with her husband and dog, hiking and swimming in her free time. 

Laura’s experiencia incluye trabajando con niños, adolescentes, adultos y familias. Laura utiliza las teorías de neurobiologia interpersonal y del apego en su terapia. Laura tiene entrenamiento específico en neurobiologia interpersonal, salud mental de infancia, CRAFT y EMDR. Laura es de Mexico y es bilingüe/bicultural. Laura tiene passion de trabajar con gente de diferentes orígenes etnicos. En su tiempo libre, Laura pasa tiempo con su esposo y perro, excursionismo y nadando.

Arianna Trott LPCC NCC

Arianna is focused on promoting social justice by addressing health and behavioral health disparities. She is currently a doctoral student at the University of New Mexico studying Counselor Education. She obtained her BA from Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon and her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of New Mexico. She has provided counseling services at Indian Health Services for Acoma and Laguna Pueblo for four years. She is independently licensed in New Mexico and is a National Certified Counselor (NCC). Some of her specialties are in trauma-informed care, substance use with individuals, families and couples.