Innovative Interventions with the Capacity to Change Lives(c)
Engender, Inc., is a non profit organization in New Mexico providing individual and group counseling in a clinical setting. Our clients explore issues that include: family-of-origin, addictions, gender identity, sexual orientation, depression, anxiety, abuse, intimacy, anger, grief and loss.
Engender, Inc. provides training in transformative processes, supervision and consultations to agencies, educational institutions and organizations throughout New Mexico. Engender, Inc. is a CEU provider, registered with the New Mexico Counseling & Therapy Practice Board.
Consider what our clients say:
...I feel that I was allowed to evolve and expand physically, mentally and emotionally....
...after our sessions I felt a lightness of spirit and a lifting of pain...
We Use Leading Edge Therapeutic Techniques to help people heal and change
Engender, Inc. - Our Mission
Through our work, there will be measurably less abusive behavior in targeted populations and
thus in communities as evidenced by healthier individual, family and institutional behavior.
WE HAVE MORE THAN 30 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
At Engender, Inc. we blend innovative leading edge techniques such as:
"The Work", a simple approach, with a profound and long-lasting impact. The Work, is easy to learn and highly effective in helping people reduce internal stress
Gestalt Therapy, a holistic, mind/body approach
Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP)
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR)
Therapeutic Humor and much more
The Work is a simple yet powerful process of inquiry that teaches you to identify and question thoughts that cause all the suffering in the world. It's a way to understand what's hurting you, and to address your problems with clarity. People who do The Work as an ongoing practice report life-changing results.
The Work In Action
In a letter from Helsinki, Finland, J.V. writes:
"...two groundbreaking Stanford University pain syndrome experts consider Byron Katie's approach the best form of Cognitive Therapy. In the new revised 5th Edition of A Headache in the Pelvis (pp. 326–330), which came out in May 2008, Stanford psychologist David Wise, Ph.D., and urologist Rodney Anderson, M.D., refer to Albert Ellis' Rational-Emotive Therapy and Aaron Beck's Cognitive Therapy and then write (in their italics): 'The best form of Cognitive Therapy, in our opinion, is offered in The Work of Byron Katie, who provides an approach to disarming catastrophic thinking by means of a process that one can do oneself. This is the approach that we recommend.' They then describe the procedure, adding: 'Our description of this process is rarely sufficient to become proficient at it. We discuss this method in our monthly 6-day clinics. Information specifically about this cognitive therapy work can be found at www.thework.com and in the books of Byron Katie.’"
NADAC - Addictions (50 hours for The School)
NBCC - Counselors (50 hours for The School)
Please contact us with questions.
Engender, Inc. 2632 Pennsylvania St NE, Suite E Albuquerque, NM 87110 US
Mon-Fri: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
Sat: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday By Appointment