Age to Age Counseling, PC
Clinical Counseling, Supervision
Wellness Services for Mental Health Professionals

Rhonda Neswald-Potter, PhD, LPCC, ACS

My belief is that each of us is in the process of being and becoming. Ideally, counseling facilitates this process by empowering the human being to make positive choices in regards to that growth process. My counseling interests include spiritual issues in counseling, expressive arts and nonverbal modes of communication, as well as Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered Issues in Counseling. I normally work with seniors, adults and adolescents. In addition to mood disorders, anxiety, anger, and issues of adjustment, I often work with individuals who have experienced trauma or those who may have difficulty verbalizing their experiences. I have a strong background in clinical supervision and provide private supervision for counselors in the Albuquerque area. My undergraduate work was completed at the Louisiana Scholars’ College, where I earned a degree in Humanities and Social Thought. I earned my Masters degree from Northwestern State University in 1998, and my Doctorate in Counseling from the University of New Mexico in 2001. I served as a visiting faculty member in the Counseling Program at the University of New Mexico from 2002-2005, where I taught graduate courses in group counseling, theories, ethics, and helped design the first LGBT course for the program. I currently teach part time for Walden University. I have served in many professional roles, including as the 2006-2007 president of the New Mexico Counseling Association. I am currently serving on the Professional Standards Committee for the American Counseling Association and I have published several professional articles at the national level.
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