Albuquerque Outpatient Staff

Cindy Myers, LCSW, LADAC 

Cindy has worked in residential, and clinical outpatient social work field since 2010 in urban, rural, and Tribal settings serving several populations to include: Native Americans, Hispanics, Immigrants, Children, Adolescents, Adults, Elders, Veterans and Reintegrated Citizens with individual, couple, family, and group therapies along with strategic community prevention work as a clinician, case manager, presenter, program director, and grant writer. Currently working with the Eight Northern Indians Pueblo Council in behavioral health, quality improvement and evaluation.

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Mary O’Hara, LPCC

Mary has a combined thirty years of experience advocating and supporting the emotional and developmental needs of children and families at the University of New Mexico Hospital and Isleta Pueblo. She earned her Master of Arts in Counseling from Southwestern College.  She has extensive training and certifications in areas related to Grief, Loss, Trauma, Infant and Children’s Mental Health. Mary is committed to providing clients with a safe, caring, and nonjudgmental environment allowing disclosure at a pace and depth that they find comfortable. She is passionate about enriching the lives of children and adults with a counseling approach centered on listening, observing, validating, educating and empowering her clients of all ages. 

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Alegra Roybal, LMSW

Alegra is a Licensed Social Worker from the Pojoaque Valley. She completed her BA at Colorado College with a focus in Poetry and Gender Studies and completed her Masters in Social Work at Boston University. Alegra Roybal has been working with survivors of trauma for the past 10 years in various capacities. In Colorado she worked with survivors of Intimate Partner Violence and in New Mexico she has worked with unsheltered youth and spent six years providing advocacy to survivors of sexual trauma. Alegra Roybal has worked as a therapist in various capacities, with a focus on trauma, substance use and using trauma informed modalities to meet client’s needs. 

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Jeanne Schorr

Jeanne is a native born New Mexican. She has the honor of being a proud mom of 2 beautiful daughters. She has worked in the field of Customer Service for over 30 years.

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Amy Pichard, LCSW

Amy is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), with twenty years of experience empowering, advocating and supporting the emotional and developmental needs of children and families in New Mexico. She has specifically worked with Native families and tribal communities in the 4 county area of Bernalillo, Sandoval, Cibola, and Valencia.

Amy was born and raised in Bernalillo, NM and resides there today. She earned her Bachelor’s in Child Development and Family Relations at the University of New Mexico and her Master in Clinical Social Work at New Mexico Highlands University. She has

extensive training and certifications in areas related to Infant Mental Health, Circle of Security, Parenting and Attachment. Amy is committed to providing a safe and compassionate space for clients to feel understood, to heal, and grow. She takes a holistic approach, focusing not on just the problem, but the whole system.

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Raymond Garcia, MSW
Community Support Worker

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