Upcoming Group Therapy

Welcome to our March Newsletter! We are excitedly awaiting the arrival of spring when the longer days and warmer weather will be a benefit to all of our moods. This month we have a lot of exciting things going on, including our Open House on March 10th at our new office building in Albuquerque! We’re dedicated to being leaders in the field of continuing education for providers and we have some exciting training for behavioral health professionals scheduled – one happening this month and one in April. Here’s what’s happening during the month of March at Serna Solutions:


    • Adolescent DBT Group in person in Santa Fe: 4001 Office Ct Dr. Suite 201 from 5:00-6:30 PM MST Info: (505) 230-4949

  • Kundalini Yoga Therapy from 5:30-6:30 PM on the Southside of Santa Fe
    Please call (505) 207-8929 for location.
  • CRAFT for Parents: 12:00-1:30 online via Zoom: Info: (505) 230-4949


  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Skills Group for adults:
    12:00-1:30 PM MST online via Zoom. (505) 207-8929
  • Family Empowerment Groups: online from 5:30-6:30 PM MST.
    Info: (505) 420-3377


    • Adolescent DBT Group: online from 4:30-5:30 PM and in-person at our Santa Fe office from 5:00-6:30 PM Info: (505) 230-4949

    • Family Empowerment Groups: in person from 5:30-6:30 PM MST in Albuquerque at 6000 Uptown Blvd. Ste 140. Info: (505) 420-3377

    • DBT for Parents 5:30-7:00 online via Zoom, monthly on the 3rd Wed. Info: (505) 230-4949


    • Grief Support Group: online from 2:00-3:00 PM MST.


    • Adult DBT/IFS Skills Group meets in person from 12:00-1:00 PM in Albuquerque.

Upcoming Trainings

Interested in learning more about our Contingency Management Training happening on March 8th from 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM? View Serna Solutions Director, Brian Serna talking about what to expect from our next training course and register now!

On April 12th, from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM, we have a training on Ethics in Clinical Supervision led by Brian Serna. This online course will provide participants with critical information and hands-on exercises regarding best practices for providing ethical clinical supervision. Class begins with a review of ethical principles that govern the Code of Ethics for all helping professions followed by an interactive ethical dilemma exercise. We will then explore ethical considerations related to culture, evidence-based practices, and Telehealth. A working camera and microphone are required to register for this event. There will be a one-hour lunch break at noon MST. This training provides a total of 6 CEUS and satisfies the 6 hours of Supervision Ethics requirement for behavioral health licensees in the State of New Mexico. Register now to reserve your spot.

Upcoming Events

This Friday, March 3rd, 2023 at 11:00 AM is our Open House at our new office building 6000 Uptown Blvd. STE 140 Albuquerque, NM 87110. Join us and the Hispano Chamber of Commerce as they conduct our ribbon-cutting ceremony. We welcome the community to attend and get to know us while enjoying some refreshments. We hope to see you there!

Staff Feature

Last Call to Nominate Serna Solutions for Best Mental Healthcare Provider in Santa Fe!

We strive to provide the best behavioral healthcare for our clients as well as the highest quality of education and training for other mental healthcare providers, and we would be honored if you considered nominating us for the Annual Best of Santa Fe with the Santa Fe Reporter. The last day to submit your nomination is March 15th! If we’re selected, voting will open sometime this spring. Click the button below to nominate us. Then just type in “Serna Solutions” in the box when you’ve registered.

Fentanyl Awareness Day at the NM State Legislature

Last month, Brian Serna accompanied many New Mexican families who’ve been impacted by the fentanyl crisis and attended our state Rotunda to acknowledge Fentanyl Awareness Day.

Community leaders, lawmakers, and behavioral health and substance use treatment providers gathered at the capitol to advocate for education, awareness, treatment, and strategies to fight this nationwide plague.

Together, they asked our state legislators to:

  1. Create laws that hold drug traffickers accountable.
  2. Make fentanyl a priority in policy efforts to eliminate the drugs off our streets.
  3. Fund treatment for drug rehabilitation efforts at all levels.
  4. Build awareness to address the stigma and empower families to heal.
  5. Increase education for our youth and families.

Make sure to follow us on social media and stay tuned for next month’s newsletter!