“A leader sees greatness in other people.” —Maya Angelou
Craig Pierce, PhD, LMFT, LPCC has over 30 years of experience as a clinical counselor and family therapist. Dr. Pierce is a fellow of the American Psychotherapy Association, a Clinical Fellow of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, a board-certified PTSD Clinician by the American Psychotherapy Association, a leading expert in trauma-informed treatment, the 2016 award recipient from the New Mexico Child Abuse Prevention Partnership, and author of multiple books on effective parenting.
PJ is trained and licensed in Marriage, Family, and Child Therapy, with a focus on adolescent populations. She has a passion for supporting parents, couples and caregivers of difficult youth. She has training in crisis assessment and interventions to address trauma and is focusing her PhD work on trauma from a family systems perspective. PJ serves as the MST Supervisor for Bernalillo County MST Team 2 and also assists in supervision of suicide/crisis assessments.
April serves as a Lead Supervisor for Bernalillo County and our CCSS Program Coordinator. April is a trained and licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in family and adolescent therapy and is a support supervisor for our Critical Response Programs, including Suicide, Crisis and Threat Assessments. April is based out of our Albuquerque East Office.
Stacey is trained and licensed in Social work with a focus on children, family and adolescent populations. Stacey is a Lead Supervisor for outpatient services, supervisor/program coordinator for our Thriving Kids Parenting Program, as well as our Seeking Safety and Seven Challenges Substance abuse programs in Las Cruces. Additionally, Stacey serves as the supervisor and Program Coordinator for the Internship Program in Las Cruces, supervising both counseling and social work interns.
John Dodd is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor from Albuquerque, New Mexico and serves as the Lead Supervisor for the Valencia County Office. John is a member of the Rules and Regulations Committee of the New Mexico Counseling and Therapy Practice Board. John is the supervisor for the Multi-systemic Therapy-PSB team in Valencia County and a graduate of the Southwest Family Institute’s Clinical Supervision & Leadership Academy.
Stephanie has a master’s degree in Social Work with a concentration in Bilingual/Bicultural practice from New Mexico Highlands University. Stephanie is involved with developing the APOYO program that focuses on working with Latino families, and serves as the MST-PSB Supervisor for the PSB Team servicing Santa Fe and Rio Arriba counties.
Lori is an MST-PSB supervisor in Valencia County. She conducts suicide assessments, threat assessments, and is committed to working with youth and their families. Before becoming a supervisor, Lori provided services and support to Albuquerque Public School students and staff for many years.