Art Therapy and Counseling Supervisors in New Mexico
If you are a NMATA member currently offering supervision, please click on the form below so we can add you to our list:
Michelle Daly, MSPH, M.A., LPCC, ATR, IMH-E
Michelle provides integrative and holistic body-centered expressive arts therapy and consultation services as well as clinical and reflective supervision. Maintaining a sensitivity and awareness of cultural diversity, she works relationally with individuals, families and groups from a strengths-based and trauma-informed perspective to enhance growth, healing, transformation and integration.
Michelle offers services for pregnant mothers, infants and families, children, adults, and those who have encountered traumatic experiences and/or struggle with chronic illness. She adapts services to meet the needs of clients and offers unique opportunity through experiential modalities. Her theoretic perspective has been informed by extensive and ongoing professional development activities.
Michelle’s therapy and consultation services include incorporation of the following techniques and philosophies: Interpersonal Neurobiology, Psychodrama and Action Methods, Art Therapy, Grief, Loss and Trauma, Infant Mental Health, Motivational Interviewing, Yoga, and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy as well as EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), DBT (Dialectic Behavior Therapy) and other trauma-specific modalities as needed.
Magdalena Karlick, M.A., LPCC, LPAT, ATR
non-directive art therapy, Sandplay, Sandtray, Somatic Experiencing, role-playing, and relational techniques.
I enjoy supervising students and LMHC therapists, exploring client – therapist relationship, agency dynamics, theory and technique.
I also use sandtray and art within the supervisory relationship to differentiate issues that the therapist is witnessing and experiencing.
(505) 983-0586 ext 125
Laura Lansrud-Lopez, LPAT, LPCC, ATR-BC, NCC, ATCS, ACS
Supervision is designed to assist you in improving your clinical and case conceptualization skills, and to help you develop your professional identity and competency. As your supervisor, it is my responsibility to monitor your client care and function in four different roles: teacher, consultant, counselor, and evaluator. I will support your choice of counseling theory and expose you to additional approaches when appropriate. I will also acknowledge the limits of my scope of competence and, when necessary, encourage you to consult specialists in order to provide the highest standard of care for your clients. In order to provide the most ethical and competent supervision possible, I only accept a limited number of supervisees at any given time, and entry into the Art Therapy Group is by application so that I can assess your appropriateness of fit and commitment to the group process.
My supervision meets the standards established by the Art Therapy Credentials Board (ATCB), the NM Counseling and Therapy Practice Board, the American Counseling Association (ACA), and the Center for Credentialing and Education (CCE).
For more information and a copy of my professional disclosure statement please contact me using the contact form on my website (www.ArtTherapySantaFe.com).
Valerie Valentine, MA, LPAT, ATR, LPCC, CSAT
I am a licensed clinical counselor (LPCC), a professional transpersonal art therapist (LPAT, ATR), and a certified sex addiction therapist (CSAT), with extensive experience treating co-occurring disorders. I offer a gentle, individualized, and professional co-creative process to therapy, for the treatment of process and chemical addictions; trauma and PTSD; mood disorder; sexual, intimacy, attachment, or relationship challenges; toxic shame; grief and loss; or any combination of the preceding. My approach is holistic addressing the mental, emotional, physical, spiritual, relationship, and life-style aspects to offer a personalized path to empowered living.
We will use metaphor, imagery, and narrative to uncover authentic meaning to your unique experience, challenge, and success. My services include individual therapy, supervision, contract group work, professional presentation and customized workshops.
I offer low rates to students for educational therapeutic and supervision requirements.
Heather Wulfers, ATR-BC, LPAT, LPCC
I currently run several on-going Archetypal Supervision Groups as well as provide individual supervision for therapists. I often work outdoors where we are exposed to the metaphorical language of nature and can tap into her deep wisdom and support. I gently guide and engage the process using visualization and expressive arts components. I serve as a clinical supervisor for graduate students and as faculty at Southwestern College instructing courses such as Archetypal Psychology, Advanced Counseling and Professional Seminar. I am excited about the unlimited creative possibilities within the field of Art Therapy as well as the human spirit. Consider joining one of my groups for continual nourishment and inspiration or attend one of my upcoming workshops through NMATA.
Kirstie A. Newman, M.A., ATR-BC, LPAT
Please call me for further information and to set up a consultation. 505-474-6978
Sylma Fine, M.A, LMFT, LPAT, ATR-BC
I completed my undergraduate training in African Languages and Psychology at the University of Cape Town in my native South Africa and my Master’s Degree in Psychology and Art Therapy at Notre Dame de Namur University in Belmont, CA. My cross-industry experience includes training at Stanford University Hospital Medical Center (Palo Alto, CA), as well as supervising intern therapists and teaching art therapy at the graduate school level. My accomplishments in the field of psychotherapy involve experience in both the private and public sector – private practice, program development and staff training in schools and residential settings, county substance abuse, and at the high school level.
I have advanced training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy and have led several consultation teams both in outpatient and residential settings. I am trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) and continue my learning and teaching counseling theories and practices on an ongoing basis. In my private practice in Albuquerque I work with adults, couples, families, and teens to assist with developing the lives they want to see for themselves and keeping their minds fit. My supervision practice of guiding therapists is another aspect of what I love to do – I strive to develop an interactive, collaborative approach in either individual or group supervision- one that provides nurturance and growth for each therapist to engage in dialogue to become the therapist they want to be.
You are welcome to contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone 505-553-6381
6666 4th Street NW, Albuquerque, NM, 87107