Jamie Miranda Peterson, MSW, LCSW
Resilience is one of the most important and courageous things that a person can have living in a world that can sometimes seem cold and unfair. Some of us have it; some of us struggle to find it, but the good news is that you have the ability to learn how to be resilient. Resilence means the ability to withstand and recover quickly from difficult conditions. No human goes without difficult conditions within their lives. It is up to us to be able to work through them, fight through them, strengthen through them and learn through them. If you have a difficult time doing that, I can help you get there.
My goal is to give you and teach you the strength to continue on the path which you know to be true despite obstacles and challenges so that you can:
Live your best life, find your heaven on earth (as above so below), Succeed and most of all be happy!
Types of Clients:
Individual Adults, Young Children (under 5), Children (5 to 11), Pre-teens/teen (12-17), Young adults (18-25), Families
ADHD, Adoption / Infertility, Anger Management, Anxiety, Career Stress, Coping Skills, Depression, Family conflict, Grief/Loss, Infidelity, Life transitions, Moms and caregivers, Mood disorders, Multi-cultural issues, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Panic & Phobias, Parent Child Relationship, PTSD, Relationships, School Issues, Self-Esteem / empowerment, Stress Management, Substance Issues, Trauma, Women’s Issues
Types of Therapy provided:
CBT, Emotion-focused therapy, EMDR, Mindfulness, Trauma-Informed, Motivational Interviewing, Spiritually-oriented psychotherapy, Holistic / Integrative Therapy, Solution focused, Christian-centered therapy, Non-religious Therapy
Masters Degree in Social Work (Clinical Practice) – New Mexico Highlands University, Albuquerque, NM
Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work General Practice – New Mexico Highland University, Farmington, NM
Associates Degree of Applied Science in Human Services – San Juan College Farmington, NM