A Multi-Specialty Mental Health Clinic
Evaluations – Counseling – Medication Management
Sage Neuroscience Center is a dynamic mental health clinic comprised of multiple medical providers. The clinicians and staff of the clinic are constantly striving to further understand the needs of the community and collaborate with insurance companies to provide affordable, accessible healthcare. Areas of specialty include: child/adolescent issues, anxiety disorders, PTSD, couples and family therapy, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, grief, addictions and Suboxone treatment. We are accepting new patients at this time. If you would like to schedule an appointment please fill out our New Patient Information Form.
Written by Carol Henry, LPCC Many of us have suffered the loss of a loved one this year, so it makes sense that we’ve been talking about grief and loss lately. As professionals committed to help others cope, I do believe that our experiences with loss and grief have made us more compassionate and empathetic […]Continue reading
When I think about holiday shopping, I always have flashes of fighting the crowds and compromising on gifts three days before the holiday season starts. I have started to do one single thing that has forever changed the way I give gifts during the holiday season. I write a list. I know, I know, a […]Continue reading
The holidays are upon us and ‘tis the season for increased contact with the in-laws. Some people are blessed with wonderful in-laws who they get along with swimmingly. Others are not quite so lucky. For some people, the in-laws are a source of dread and distress. Whether it’s being forced to sit across from a […]Continue reading
Divorce Counceling: Do It For Your Kids was written by Andres Duran, LMHC for HealthShire.com I know what you’re thinking: “Isn’t couples counseling supposed to prevent divorce?” My response to that would be: “Only if that is truly what both partners want.” Many times both partners enter therapy with very different goals. Often, they do […]Continue reading
This Beginner’s Guide to Therapy was written by Lesley McKinney, LMHC, and posted on HealthShire.com I can’t tell you how many times I have heard “Oh, you’re a therapist? Yea, I’ve been thinking about going to therapy.” After a few questions I sometimes find that people have a very media-driven perspective of therapy. There are […]Continue reading
When you scratch the surface of probiotics, you find out they are strains of bacteria and for a lot of people any ideas of taking probiotics come screeching to a halt. Truth is though, that just like a lot of things out there, bacteria has a good and a bad side. Your body needs both […]Continue reading
September 28th, 2013 Albuquerque, NM – Local Mental Health Clinic, Sage Neuroscience Center, is partnering with HealthShire.com to give away two free addiction treatment scholarships to an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) in honor of Breaking Bad’s Final Season. Applicants may apply by submitting a personal story about addiction, to be compiled into a collection for […]Continue reading
Stories are important. Some stories are really important. I’d like to illustrate: About 20 years ago there was a great federally funded “Drug Free Schools” program in public schools. I ran weekly support groups with 15 teenagers per group. We used curriculum developed by Rainbow Days which is based upon so-called psychological resilience – something […]Continue reading
TMS Therapy offered hope in what felt like a hopeless situation. I am a 56-year-old woman married for 34 years to a wonderful man. I love animals, reading, gardening, going on day trips, and I hope to get back to hiking after I get my weight down and get my knee fixed surgically. I am […]Continue reading
Every New Year millions of people decide to “change” something about there lives. New Years resolutions are a great way to reflect on life and adjust your course ever so slightly. We asked some of the staff at sage what they thought about New Years resolutions. Here are just a few of the responses […]Continue reading
NeuroStar TMS Treatment
We are pleased to announce a new treatment option for those suffering from major depression. Transcranial magnetic stimulation can target brain regions non invasively and without medications.Find out how TMS can help you.