Centro Sávila provides low-cost, high quality, outpatient clinical therapy services in English and Spanish for individuals, couples, and families experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma or other stressors. Our experienced team of professional therapists are here to help you improve your mental health and overall quality of life. Learn more about our therapists and staff in Our Team page. Call 505-312-7296 to set up an initial intake appointment and start your mental health journey.
- Strengthening Families Program (SFP): Are you a parent to a youth ages 11 - 18? Do you feel disconnected from your child and need a space to learn how to reconnect and strengthen your relationship and family bond? Our Strengthening Families Program (SFP) is a 12-week semester program designed to help parents and teens learn how to relate to each other, bond and strengthen their relationships by learning skills together like communication and respect. SFP provides dinner, childcare and monetary compensation based on participation.
- Seeking Safety Group: Our Seeking Safety group is a peer-led, psychoeducational group that helps participants attain safety from trauma, PTSD, and substance use by teaching and emphasizing coping skills, grounding techniques and education.
We know individual therapy is not for everyone, and sometimes, knowing that you’re not the only one going through a difficult time is helpful for healing. Centro Sávila offers two support groups for individuals who are looking for a community to help get through their difficult situation. Visit our social media for updates on new groups. Please call 505-312-7296 for more information about any of our groups and group meeting times.
- Grief Support Group: Centro Sávila offers the only Spanish speaking grief support group in Albuquerque. Facilitated by one of our therapists, the group is intended to provide a community of support in a group therapy setting for grieving families and individuals.
- Women’s Support Group: Have you been a victim of a violent crime and need a community of women with similar experiences to lean on for support and healing? Centro Sávila offers a support group for Spanish-speaking women who have been victims of crime, creating a safe space of healing, support and community.