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We are very excited to have Master level interns available and providing clinical services for our community! These interns are in a graduate level program and placed with us to obtain clinical experience. They receive weekly supervision with Jessica Cauthorne, LCSW, RPT. They are often placed with us for 6-12 months of experience, after which clients are transferred to another provider for continued care if needed. 


Our clinical interns will provide individual, relational and group therapy for our community. In addition to working individually, our clinical interns will offer co-therapy sessions with our licensed therapists. 

Co-therapy appointments allow individuals, couples and families to obtain the benefit and experience to two perspectives as the clinical process unfolds. They consist of a Master’s level clinician and a clinical intern, who closely collaborate in assessing and treating patient concerns. The objective is to provide effective therapy, help our patients reach their treatment goals, and provide our interns with ongoing training opportunities.

 

If insurance is an issue, our interns offer a discounted self pay rate of $35 per session for those without insurance or who may not want to utilize their insurance. We also have a limited number of time slots for pro bono services.  If you are interested in these services, please contact the office at 575-556-9585 to discuss options and availability.

Meet The Team

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Eliseo Cisneros

LMFT Clinical Intern

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Eliseo (Eli) is currently working towards his master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Abilene Christian University. He received his Bachelor’s in Linguistics from the University of Texas at El Paso in 2011. Eli has worked as a teacher for six years and is impassioned to create a safe environment for any person that he meets. As a teacher, Eli learned the importance of mental health for our community. Eli is excited to assist the LGBTQI+ community. He is fluent in Spanish and English. Outside of work, Eli likes to watch Marvel movies and play video games. He also likes to read books and exercise on his free time. He is looking forward to seeing his clients grow and heal with the process.

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Sylvia Turman

LMHC Clinical Intern

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Sylvia is currently working towards her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from New Mexico State University. She received her Bachelor’s in Counseling and Community Psychology from New Mexico State University in 2018. Sylvia is passionate about social justice and the relationship between social justice and mental health. She is looking forward to working with the grieving population and adolescents in the community. Outside of work, Sylvia loves to watch basketball, collect Funko Pops, and exercise in her free time. Sylvia also enjoys being out in nature and hiking.

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Raquel Reveles

LMSW Clinical Intern

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Raquel is currently working towards her master’s degree in Social Work from Western New Mexico University.  She is a former Aggie and received her Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice from New Mexico State University.   Raquel has significant experience in medical case management, health education, and community health work.  She has worked with individuals of all backgrounds and walks of life.  Through her experience, she became aware of the needs of communities in Dona Ana County and surrounding areas, especially those of mental health.  Raquel is excited to work with individuals of all ages. She is fluent in English and Spanish.  As hobbies, Raquel enjoys painting, reading, and baseball.  Raquel is happy to help clients in their journey to cope, heal, and live a better life.       

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Patricia Aguirre

LMHC Clinical Intern

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Patricia is currently working towards her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from New Mexico State University. Patricia received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Ballroom dance from New Mexico State University. Patricia is a mother among many other identities, which fuels her passion of working with mothers. She has future goals of specializing in perinatal mental health, trauma therapy, and sex therapy. Patricia is passionate about multicultural counseling and building genuine relationships with her clients. Patricia is bilingual and speaks English and Spanish fluently. Patricia has some clinical experience with adults and adolescents. On her free time Patricia enjoys reading, dancing, weightlifting, and watching novelas. Patricia looks forward to working with the Las Cruces community in a collaborative manner.

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Our Master level interns often have quick availability for intakes, providing increased accessibility of services for those willing to provide this experience for them. 

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