James ‘Curtis’ Daulton, MA, LPCC
Curtis received his bachelors in English and Psychology from UNM and his masters in Counseling from Webster University. He has over 10 years of extensive experience working with children, teens, and families. He specializes in working with children, teens, and adults with trauma issues/PTSD, Substance Abuse, Severe Mental Illness, and LGBT issues. His therapeutic approach is gestalt therapy and trauma-informed treatment with an emphasis on holistic health and healing. Curtis is a trained Mindfulness facilitator, and has designed group therapy curriculums for individuals with Grief and Loss issues, Survivors of Emotional Manipulation, as well as an intensive workshop for adult survivors of childhood trauma.
His therapeutic approaches draws on many different therapeutic interventions, but he considers the most important aspect of the healing process is for the healer to see the people he or she is working with as whole and complete. In other words he is mostly interested in helping people see what is good and positive about them selves, and use these strengths to achieve their goals, dreams, and ambitions without the obstruction of limiting beliefs and self-doubt.
Curtis is an approved supervisor with the New Mexico Counseling and Therapy Practice Board is happy to offer supervision and consultation services.