Kirstin Stillwell, MA, LPCC
I see mental illness as a holistic process and believe that hope is the primary guiding force in healing. I am very direct, honest, and have immense respect for each individual I work with. I listen well and engage easily.
I am currently working on my doctorate in psychology with a primary focus on prevention of violence and early treatment modalities for anti-social behavior.
Works with ages 3 to 70. Has worked in psychiatric hospital settings as well as for us in the schools. Specializes in trauma, neurobiology, family systems, conduct disorders, attachment disorders, PTSD, schizophrenia. Modalities used are the trauma outcome process, CBT (cognitive behaviroal therapy), experiential therapy, client centered therapy, and play therapy. LGBTQ+ affirming.
Graduated in 2011 with Masters in Counseling from University of New Mexico
Worked as supervisory psychiatric nurse on children’s floor
Currently works for us in the APS school district and has worked directly for APS previously
Taught freshman psychology at UNM
Speaks Portuguese and Spanish
Complete training for Internet Crimes Against Children for the NM task force