Patricia K. Singh, PhD, LPCC
PhD: Doctorate of Mind Body Medicine
(Concentration on integrative mental healthcare delivery) 2018
Master of Arts Degree in Psychology/Counseling, Webster University 2001
Bachelors of University Studies: Concentration in Family Studies 1995
20 years experience in counseling.
Expertise with special populations such as: Veterans, Homeless, Adolescents, Minority Groups (Native Americans, Hispanics, African Americans) Dual Diagnosis, Probation and Parole, and College Students.
15 years’ experience developing curricula and clinical teaching as well as community and professional presentations.
12 years’ experience in clinical supervision/clinical instruction.
15 years experience in management (Executive Director, Coordinator, Consultant)
New Mexico Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor - #0078391
Continuing Education Provider -#CCE0143551
June 2006 to Present:
A New Awakening Counseling, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Owner/Executive Director A New Awakening is an outpatient mental health and substance abuse treatment center. ANA provides a holistic approach that is inclusive of all family members and individual paths in a clinic, institution, or home based setting. ANA operates a 1 million dollar budget and employs 20 staff members.
July 2018 to Present
TalkSpace. Clinical Therapist. Providing telemedicine sessions through an on-line and virtual platform.
May 2010 to Present:
Highlands University Site Director for Clinical Internships. Providing clinical supervision to Master level Social Work and Counseling interns.
June 2010 to Present:
University of New Mexico Site Director for Clinical Internships. Providing clinical supervision to Master level counseling interns and Bachelor level addiction studies interns.
May 2011 to Present:
University of Phoenix Site Director for Clinical Internships. Providing clinical supervision to Master level Counseling interns.
May 2017 to Present:
University of South Dakota. Adjunct Faculty to Clinical Instructor Addictions Studies Program
October 2005 to 2006:
Family Works, Treatment Foster Care Agency. Executive Director. Providing clinical services to children in treatment foster care. Conducted home studies on foster families. Provided management to a staff of 20. Provided home base interventions.
October 1997 to 2005:
PB&J Family Services Clinical Coordinator of Project ImPact. Providing clinical services to incarcerated parents and their families. Conducted offenders groups of domestic violence. Clinical services for children and victims of violent crimes. Supervised and provided counseling for domestic violence and child abuse offenders. Provided home based interventions.
May 1995 – October 1997:
Family Advocacy. Program Assistant. Investigating and providing educational services for domestic violence offenders and child abuse offenders for Department of Defense.
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September 1994 – May 1995
University of New Mexico Children’s Hospital. Child Life Specialist. Providing hospitalized services to children and their families for the chronically ill. Provided play therapy and life skills.
Prison Yoga Project State Coordinator. Developed programming in three New Mexico prison systems to provide prison based yoga programs. Supervised and trained prison based yoga teachers.
Freedom To Choose Prison Project. Participated in working with California State inmates to develop conscious communication skills.
2013 The effects of Prison Based Yoga: Case Study of Men Incarcerated in New Mexico
2018 Prison Yoga: A Narrative Inquiry of Yoga Instructors Teaching in Correctional Facilities
Recipient of (2006) Business and Professional Women Virginia Allen Young Careerist Award.
Community Activism Award (1998) (16 th annual) Young Investigators Award.