Age To Age Counseling
Clinical Counseling, Supervision
Wellness Services for Mental Health Professionals

Rhonda Neswald-Potter, PhD, LPCC, ACS

Each of us is in the process of being and becoming at any given moment. Ideally, counseling facilitates this process by empowering each person to begin and continue through their unique growth process. My counseling interests include spiritual issues in counseling, expressive arts and nonverbal modes of communication. My work includes individuals who have experienced trauma or who may have difficulty verbalizing their experiences, as well as those with concerns related to anxiety, depression, adjustment and existential crises. I have a strong background in clinical supervision and have published and presented my expressive arts supervision model, The Regenerative Model (c),  nationally and internationally.  I completed my undergraduate work at the Louisiana Scholars’ College, where I earned a degree in Humanities and Social Thought.  My Masters level work was completed at Northwestern State University in 1998, and my Doctoral studies at the University of New Mexico in 2001. I have served as a visiting faculty member in the Counseling Program at the University of New Mexico on different occasions, as well as serving as faculty in various roles with Walden University since 2006. I have held many professional roles during my career, including as the 2006-2007 president of the New Mexico Counseling Association.  I am also a Registered Yoga Teacher with the Yoga Alliance, trained in the Krishnamacharya lineage. My current study has grown from this foundation to include Tantric philosophy and a strong interest in the non-duality of human experiences. My classes include Restorative, Vinyasa, Hatha and Yin modalities.
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