Craig McAdams, M.A., LPCC
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Currently, Craig Thomas has a private practice, SuperNova Counseling, in Santa Fe in which he facilitates recovery groups called Resources, Triggers, Cravings and the Meaning of Life, as well as providing therapy for children, families and couples. He also provides consultation for the Developmental Disabilities Waiver in New Mexico, and is a Clinical Counselor with Southwest Family Guidance Center. Additionally, Craig Thomas is a Professional Actor with the O’Agency in New Mexico, and his credits include CW’s The Messengers, Netflix’s Longmire and interactive performance at Meow Wolf.
His experience includes 7 years of working in the addictions field, including inpatient and outpatient groups in both Espanola and Santa Fe; 10 years with Earth-based ceremony, including assisting Vision Quest, assisting Sweat Lodge, Pipe Ceremony, Andean Spiritual Cosmology Ceremonies, Medicine Walks and Medicine Wheel Teachings; and 8 years of counseling children, families and couples, including methods such as CBT, REBT, Narrative Therapy, AEDP, and Guided Mindfulness Practices addressing Trauma, Grief, Addiction, Anger Management and Behavioral Strategies.
Craig Thomas got his BA in Political Science: Peace and Conflict Studies from Bowling Green State University in 2009, including cultural and poverty immersion trips to the South Bronx, Navajo Nation, and Matamoros, MX, which he has since assisted these trips by facilitating groups of University Students through experiential learning. As a former student (2010 -2012) and member of the Board of Trustees of Southwestern College (2011 – 2015), Craig has grown to love, appreciate, understand and implement the experiential education and mission of the school.