Annalyse Lucero, LMFT

Annalyse has a passion for working with couples and families to create healthy family dynamics that encourage safe spaces for all family members. She graduated from the University of New Mexico in 2008. She completed her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Capella University and has been seeing clients since 2018. Annalyse is a Star Behavior Health therapist, trained to work with military members and their families. She is a military spouse herself, and understands the unique challenges and demands of military life. Annalyse is trained in family systems therapy, which takes a holistic approach to treatment. You will find that Annalyse meets you where you’re at, but invites discussion and awareness on systemic issues that may influence your situation and outcome. She believes therapists are advocates, and commits to supporting her clients through the process of change.

Annalyse has experience with consulting business owners on best practices, guiding professionals toward developing healthy relationships with their employees and co-workers. If you’re interested in consulting with Annalyse on how to manage interpersonal relationships at work reach out today.

Angela Porter, LPCC

Angela graduated from the University of New Mexico with a Master’s in Counselor Education, specializing in clinical mental health and school counseling. Her undergraduate work in Human Development and Family Studies, from Texas Tech University, prepared Angela for lifelong learning about the human condition. Angela is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC, License #CCMH0167911) and has worked in a clinic setting since 2011. Angela has been trained in many modalities and theories, including Imago couple’s therapy, Motivational Interviewing, CBT, Existential theory, and Angela is a Certified Sex Therapy Informed Professional.  Angela has experience in individual, group, couples/sex and intimacy issues, and family therapy. Her focus has included relational conflict, anxiety, depression, gender identity, sexual orientation, substance use, grief/loss, stress, and all of life’s transitions.  

Angela is also an Approved Clinical Supervisor and has provided supervision for interns and lower licensed providers as they enter and work in the mental health field. She takes great honor in teaching and supporting her peers as they strive to work with people’s most confidential and important areas of life.