Los Lunas Clinicians

Location:
19 Los Lentes Rd. NE
Los Lunas, NM 87031

Phone: (505) 974 5890

Hours Of Operation:
Monday—Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Individual therapists may be available to meet outside of normal office hours.

Programs & Services Offered:
Assessments
Comprehensive Community Support Services (CCSS)
Individual & Family Therapy (Office Based)
Multisystemic Therapy (MST)
Problem Sexual Behavior (MST-PSB)
Seven Challenges
Thriving Kids Parenting Program

SUPERVISORS
Lori Ortiz
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor

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.

Josh Grothaus
Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Josh is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor and Supervisor of the Valencia County Multi-Systemic Therapy team. He is trauma informed and is trained in substance use as well as suicide and crisis assessment and interventions. Josh specializes in working with youths, adults, couples, and families with intensive needs through promoting personal growth and building interpersonal relationships.

THERAPISTS
Jennie Dunnell
Licensed Mental Health Counselor

I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor working with office-based and school-based clients. I have run a 7 Challenges group for adolescents referred to counseling services by probation for substance abuse. I am trained in Infant Mental Health and am collaborating with CYFD to offer Child-Parent Psychotherapy to infants/children aged 0-5 and their caregivers.”

Michael Martinez
Community Support Worker

Michael is a Community Support Worker serving Valencia and Bernalillo Counties. A lifelong Valencia County resident, Michael has been working with New Mexican youth and families since 2009.

Karina Mora
MST Therapist

My name is Karina Mora, I am a bilingual MST therapist. I received my undergraduate degree in Psychology  and criminology at the University of New Mexico and my Masters degree in social work at New Mexico Highlands University. I believe that we can make the most change when we can have families involved.