counseling in farmington

About Us

counseling in farmington

About Us

Rochelle Park MA, LPC (CO), LPCC (NM)

Providing services to individuals and families, including young children, adolescents, and adults, since 2002. Certified in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), an effective technique in addressing PTSD, trauma, anxiety and emotional distress. Offering play therapy including sand and art therapy techniques and parent-child bonding. Experiential parenting therapy, parent-child bonding/attachment, and adoption counseling. Rochelle has many years of experience working with foster and treatment foster children and adoption issues with training in bonding and attachment. In addition to working with children, she has many years of experience working with adolescents and adults. Techniques and interventions used are based on an individual's goals or needs.

B.A., Biology, 1993 and B.S., Psychology, 1996 Fort Lewis College, Durango, CO. M.A., Counseling Psychology and Counselor Education, 2000 University of Colorado, Denver.

Deborah Karn MA, LPC, CAC III (CO), LPCC (NM)

Deborah Karn is a psychotherapist practicing in Durango and Farmington communities since 1995. She received her addictions credential (working 5000 hrs with addictions plus specialized training) in 1999, her Master's degree from the University of Colorado (emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy) in 2000, her LPC (CO) in 2004 and her LPCC (NM) 2009. She believes a therapist is an agent of change and uses a variety of experiential techniques to help clients move through life's difficulties with an eye to gain meaning and wisdom.

Kim Haynie MSW, LMSW

Providing counseling for children, youth, and adults since graduating with her Master's Degree in Social Work (MSW) in 2016. She currently holds her LMSW license. She works with issues such as substance abuse, sexual, physical and emotional abuse, PTSD and anxiety. She holds a sand tray therapy certification. Her history includes working in both intensive inpatient and outpatient treatment programs as well as working with treatment foster children and their families. Her work is strongly influenced by play and art therapy techniques.