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 or obtain more information, give us a call at (505) 884-1114.
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
When I was a kid someone important to me told me how she tied a shoestring to an empty shoe box and imagined it was a buggy or a wagon. She used it to carry around her doll. I never asked if this meant she was poor when she was growing up – I was [...]Continue reading
by Kristin Kaserman, LMFT, REIKI Master, NTS The holidays can be a time of great stress and great joy. This time of year can be especially difficult for those in recovery from drugs and alcohol, or suffering from depression, anxiety, or grief and loss. As we move through the holiday season it is beneficial to [...]Continue reading
by Shelly Young, MA, LPCC, LADC The Mind is often like a monkey. It jumps around all over the place and we find it difficult if not impossible to control. Many people are desperately trying to make things right by stopping their thoughts. This is unfortunate because they are hardly ever successful at this futile [...]Continue reading
Dear Sage Clients, I am writing this letter to inform you of some changes that will be happening in the New Year. It is with a heavy heart I am leaving Sage and taking a new position at ABQ Health Partners on the Westside near my home. Change is always hard, but it can be [...]Continue reading
There’s an online self-help support group which calls itself the Depression Forum (DF) where last February a new member signed up. He or she, using the compelling, fictitious name of “noselfesteem,” writes: Hi, Because of all my issues I’ve gradually severed all contact with people. Until now I have no friends or anyone else I [...]Continue reading
It’s that time of year again. The time in New Mexico when leaves turn to a state of golden wonder- struggling to make their last few weeks a spectacular display of Autumn’s brilliance. From my office I can see the river valley, a dense population of Cottonwoods and Ash- huddled together like desperate and cold [...]Continue reading
This year for Halloween, we decided to spice things up for the day. Twenty of us dressed up for the day (Only Brian is missing from the photo above). Also, a big thank you to Liz who provided a festive themed lunch for us all!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.