Sinay Alvarez

Santana Titla, LADAC

Santana Titla, LADAC, is Acoma Pueblo and San Carlos Apache. She has been in the substance abuse field for over 20 years, primarily working in Pueblo communities across New Mexico. She has lived and experienced addiction’s negative impacts personally, with family, friends and community. That journey caused her to seek help, resources, personal skills and …

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Denise Zamora, BA, LSAA

Denise Zamora, LSAA, is a counselor specializing in addiction and substance use. She from Bosque Farms, New Mexico. She received her BA in Psychology from the University of New Mexico. She is currently pursuing her Master’s in Counseling degree at the University of New Mexico. During her undergraduate degree, Denise participated in the Basics in …

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Michelle Diggs

Michelle Diggs is pursuing her Masters of Clinical Social Work from New Mexico Highlands University.  Her interest in healing started over 20 years ago while studying yoga in inner city Detroit.  She went on to study massage/Chinese medicine and has been practicing massage for the past 12 years in beautiful Santa Fe.  Michelle’s different careers …

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Chelsie Miller, MA, LMHC

Chelsie’s primary goal is to build a strong therapeutic relationship and support her clients in working towards reconnecting with their higher self. Chelsie brings creativity and depth into sessions focusing on alignment of the entire being (mind, body, and soul). Chelsie strives to help her clients achieve their goals and heal from issues that may …

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Aimée Dale-Lucius, MA, LMHC

Aimée’s lifelong interest in psychology led her to pursue her MA in Counseling from Southwestern College. While attending Southwestern College, Aimée also obtained a certificate from New Earth Institute in Children’s Mental Health. Aimée began her career in behavioral health at Serna Solutions, working with families whose loved ones were struggling with substance abuse, using …

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Sophia Archibald, Intern

Sophia Archibald is pursuing her Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling at Southwestern College in Santa Fe, NM. She holds a BA in English Literature and Theater from Dartmouth College. Sophia began her path to the counseling field by facilitating somatic movement and meditation groups, specifically for a women’s recovery center in Portland, OR …

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Megan Marshall CPSW, CCSS

Megan Marshall CPSW, CCSS As a Certified Peer Support Worker, Megan has lived experience in addiction. With over 3 years of recovery, Megan has set out to assist others in the recovery process. Megan attends Grand Canyon University working towards a Bachelor of Science in Addictions, Chemical Dependency, and Substance Use  and hopes to graduate with …

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James Curry, MA, LCSW

JC, a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) and alcohol and drug abuse counselor with over 22 years experience, are LGBTQI*-affirming and extensively trained and oriented to cognitive-behavioral therapies and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. They have received training and certifications in modalities as varied as Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Motivational Interviewing, CRAFT, …

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Monica Robbins, LMSW

Monica’s interest in counseling and healing began with her role as a Wilderness Therapy Field Guide working with at-risk teenagers in southern Utah and continued as residential staff at the Life Healing Center here in Santa Fe, NM. She then shifted focus becoming a massage therapist, and now continues with her role as a mental …

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