Santa Fe Clinicians
Above downtown Santa Fe.
4001 Office Court Dr. Suite 603
Santa Fe, NM 87507
Phone: (505) 310-4764
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:
Comprehensive Community Support Services (CCSS)
Individual & Family Therapy (Office Based)
Multisystemic Therapy (MST)
Problem Sexual Behavior (MST-PSB)
School Based Therapy
Thriving Kids Parenting Program
Kevin is a licensed clinical social worker who graduated from New Mexico Highland University’s social work program. Kevin has been delivering wilderness therapy, multi-systemic therapy, and individual and family counseling in Northern New Mexico for over 20 years. Kevin is currently pursuing a graduate certificate in race and social justice at the University of New Mexico.
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.
Nancy is a therapist providing services to individuals, families, children, and works with school districts providing therapy to students. Nancy received her Master’s Degree in counseling from Lamar University. She is passionate about working with the Hispanic communities, especially with caregivers and parents that need help raising mentally healthy children. One of her goals is to help families to achieve happiness, and lead fulfilled lives. Nancy is involved in the Thriving Kids Project at Southwest Family Guidance Center, facilitating parenting groups in both Spanish and English.
Patricia received her MA in Guidance and Counseling from New Mexico Highlands University. She has experience working as a Developmental Specialist, providing play therapy, parental education, and support for children who have developmental delays and disabilities. She has also worked as a Behavioral Therapist, providing art therapy for adults with intellectual disabilities. When not busy at work, Patricia enjoys spending time with her family.
Suri Rincon earned a master’s degree in Social Work with a Bilingual/Bicultural concentration from New Mexico Highlands University. Her previous experience includes providing family therapy and infant development education to parents. She is passionate about working with families of all different backgrounds.
Reagon is a trauma informed therapist passionate about working with children and families in New Mexico. Her specialties include working with couples as a level two trained Gottman method therapist, working with parents to build positive parenting practices and increased stability in their families, and working with children ages 0 to 5 and their caregivers using the Child Parent Psychotherapy model.
“I am passionate about working with both families and individuals. I help families find healthy ways to meet their needs; providing support and guidance towards creating connection, appropriate boundaries, and more peace in the home. I work with individuals to help them heal from depression, anxiety, trauma, and the challenges of life with compassion, hope, and focused attention to their unique needs. “
“I am a trained MST-PSB therapist at Southwest Family Guidance Center and a Licensed Master Social Worker who recently graduated from New Mexico Highlands University in May 2019. I specialize in working with children and families in the southwest region. I am beyond grateful for having the opportunity to give back to the community I’ve grown up in.”
Before joining Southwest Family as an MST Therapist, Tess received specialized training in field of infant mental health with a focus on providing parenting support and education. Tess is passionate about providing home-based counseling services.
Montserrat is a clinical social worker serving as a multisystemic therapist in the Rio Arribba/Santa Fe team. She received her master’s degree from New Mexico Highlands University with a concentration in Bilingual/Bicultural, and is part of the development of the APOYO program, which mainly serves the Latino community. In her free time Montserrat enjoys spending time with her family and dogs.
Sabrina is an MST Therapist in the Rio Arriba/Santa Fe team. She received a masters degree from NMHU with a concentration in Bilingual/Bicultural practice. She is passionate about working within the community she grew up in and glad to be a resource to Spanish speaking families.
Chloe is an MST therapist in Rio Arriba County and a graduate of the NMHU School of Social Work. She specializes in family and systems work, addictions, and LGBT issues. When she is not working, Chloe specializes in watching 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days and taking her dog for car rides.
Derek received his MA in Counseling from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. Prior to this he served as a volunteer working with families transitioning out of homelessness in Oakland, California and later worked as a preschool teacher in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He currently specializes in working with teens and families, and serves as a trauma-informed consultant to Espanola schools through SWFGC’s Thriving Students program. When not working for SWFGC he is in Dixon, NM with his wife, three kids and 2 dogs.