Magnolia Gonzalez

City and State: Albuquerque, New Mexico

Preferred Gender Pronouns: (she/ her/ hers)

Specialties and Expertise: Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP); Certified Mindfulness Teacher-Professional Level (CMT-P); Indigenous (formerly Aboriginal) Focusing-Oriented Therapy (IFOT)

Degree/ License Type: Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

Additional Credentials: Shamanic Reiki Master

Languages Spoken: Spanish and English

Accepted Payment Methods: Cash, Card, PayPal

Insurance Plans: Aetna; BlueCross and BlueShield; Cigna; Magellan; Medicaid; Molina; Optum; Presbyterian; TRICARE; TriWest; UnitedHealthcare; Western Sky Community Care


Contact Information:

       (505) 333-9042


The marriage between psychology and spirituality is my niche. I specialize in trauma healing and inner-child healing through a holistic, person-centered approach (psychotherapy, energy healing, mindfulness, and shamanic healing). My intention is helping clients shift from destructive/outdated energy patterns & into ascending vibrationally and soaring. My ideal client is eager and completely motivated to do the inner-work to face their inner "shadows" to move into deeper healing. I work well with those going through spiritual awakening/ascension. I will actively mirror your pace and effort. My blatant passion & enthusiasm for helping others transcend trauma to develop self-mastery; and, my ability to hold a deep, compassionate, nonjudgmental space for others' healing sets me apart. In addition to being a clinical social worker, I am a certified Shamanic Reiki Master teacher and practitioner and I am certified in trauma-informed yoga.


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