Gabrielle Viethen, M.A., M.F.A., LMFT
B.A. Law, University of Cologne, Germany; M.A. Psychology, Antioch University; M.F.A. Creative Writing, MFA Program for Creative Writers, Warren Wilson College, NC
Gabrielle Viethen has been a psychotherapist and group therapist in private practice for over twenty years. She combines somatic, cognitive, narrative and action approaches with active inquiry to address a wide variety of concerns. She also leads groups combining meditative and active psychodynamic processes. She is passionate about exploring our human potential to be fully awake and alive to each moment.
Her work experience includes directing childhood abuse and sexual abuse treatment programs and working as core therapist in in-patient rehabilitation for trauma and addiction treatment. She co-founded Children First, a program for divorced parents, and has taught psychology at UNM Los Alamos. After completing an MFA in Creative Writing in 2009, she is currently writing a novel and leading creative writing groups. Gabrielle teaches Career and Life Development and Foundations in Human Science Research at Southwestern.