Bob Deane, M.A., LPCC
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Bob Deane, M.A., LPCC,
has worked with at-risk youth and mentally ill adults in many different settings for many years. He started working with incarcerated youth in Maine in 1988. After moving to Santa Fe in 1998, he obtained his Master’s Degree in Counseling from the College of Santa Fe and worked for two school years for Su Vida as the therapist at the La Madera School, the Santa Fe Public School’s K-12 school for behaviorally challenged students where he did individual, family and group therapy. From there, he went on to work for Youth Shelters and Family Services for three years, first as the Youth Shelter’s therapist, then Clinical Coordinator and eventually became the Shelter Program Director. From there he worked at Hope Springs for a year where he helped develop the intensive out-patient gender specific program for boys. From there he worked at Presbyterian Medical Services for more than eight years. First as the Children’s Intake/Assessment Coordinator for the Santa Fe Community Guidance Center. He did hundreds of same-day suicide assessments for the public schools in that position. From there, he became an adult therapist at SFCGC working with severely mentally ill adults in individual therapy and facilitating several psychotherapy groups a week; a Suboxone Group, a Parenting Group for parenting and pregnant moms in the Suboxone program, a Depression/Bipolar Process Group and a DBT skills group. He was also a member of the Mobile Crisis Team at SFCGC during his time there. From there he went on to be the Clinical Services Supervisor at the PMS/Valley Community Health Center in Española.
Clinical Director, Tierra Nueva Counseling Center