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Santa Fe Sage Counseling Center

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Santa Fe Sage Counseling Center is located in the St. Francis Office Park at 1223E S. St. Francis Dr. Santa Fe, NM 87505 At the end of 2006, each of us nowhere at Santa Fe Sage were therapists running individually in Santa Fe. Though they often consulted with one another, they discovered that uniting as a group would create a supportive environment in which to work and allow them to develop a cohesive team which could give a wider spectrum of services to their clients. Soon thereafter Santa Fe Sage Counseling Center was born, and their office opened in early 2007. They moved to their current location in the St. Francis Office Park on October 1, 2010.
Their vision as therapists is to provide excellent counseling with an emphasis on transpersonal psychology. Their believe that each individual is whole and complete, no matter the presenting issues. Their job, then, is to assist the client in re-discovering innate wholeness.


  • Parenting Counseling and Training
  • Child and Adolescent Counseling
  • Grief and Loss Counseling
  • Substance Abuse Counseling

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  • Art
  • Creative expression
  • Play therapy
  • Safe environment

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  • Individual Counseling
  • Couples Counseling
  • Trauma Therapy
  • EMDR

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Insurance accepted

  • Presbyterian
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • NM Health Connections
  • United
  • Molina

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Payment accepted

  • Out of pocket
  • Checks
  • Cash
  • Credit cards
  • Sliding scale fees

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My therapist is probably the best one I’ve ever had. Highly recommended & definitely worth a try. I have been visiting Dawn Perry for almost a year now and the progress is incredible! She helped me through some heavy dark times & helped me heal my PTSD – which I thought was untreatable. Thank you, Dawn! You are the best!

Viktoria ShushanViktoria Shushan

Joan is amazing!!!!

Angelique EnriquezAngelique Enriquez

Highly recommend!

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How long will therapy take?

Therapy can take anywhere from a handful of sessions to several years to complete.  This depends upon the issues to be addressed, nature and complexity underlying your symptoms, as well as your willingness to put into practice the skills and insights gained from therapy.

What’s the difference between psychiatrists, psychologists, counselors, and social workers?

Psychiatrists are medical doctors who can prescribe medication. Some psychiatrists diagnose, prescribe, and provide medication management while some also provide therapy.
Psychologists have a clinical Ph.D. and are licensed as psychologists. In the State of New Mexico, some psychologists can prescribe psychiatric medication and provide medication management in addition to providing diagnostics. Some psychologists also provide therapy.
Counselors and social workers have at minimum a Master’s degree in Counseling or Social Work. They provide diagnoses and therapy. Counselors cannot accept Medicare at this time but many Social Workers are able to accept Medicare.
The therapists at Santa Fe Sage Counseling Center are all Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselors (LPCCs) in the State of New Mexico.

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Santa Fe Sage Counseling Center


Last Update : November 12, 2018


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