Dr. Greenberg is a psychologist and member of the Atlanta, Boston, & Northern California Psychoanalytic Societies. He is the founding director of the Center for Dynamic Practice, an integrative psychodynamic psychotherapy training program whose mission is to bridge gaps in accessibility of quality mental health care.
As a clinical researcher, he has published widely, designed and validated psychometric scales for hyperacusis and tinnitus exacerbated by sound, and has presented worldwide on disorders of intersecting audiological and psychological challenge including tinnitus, hyperacusis, and misophonia.
A disabled former professional symphony French Hornist and professor of music, Dr. Greenberg has performed with the Jerusalem, Hong Kong, Guanajuato, and Colorado Symphony Orchestras, and is particularly interested in pluralistic and postmodern models of psychoanalytic theory.
Dr. Greenberg maintains a telehealth private practice in NM, GA, FL, & NY.
John Peloian, PsyD, CGP is a licensed clinical psychologist in New Mexico and California.
He runs a private psychotherapy practice in Santa Fe, NM where he works extensively with
individuals, couples, and groups. He blends depth and relational styles of psychotherapy, providing a
collaborative space for trauma-based work. A few of his specific areas of interest include: group
psychotherapy, cultural identity, the creative process.
John acquired his M.A. from Pepperdine University, and Doctorate of Psychology from the Chicago
School of Professional Psychology (Los Angeles), and is a Certified Group Psychotherapist (CGP) by the
American Group Psychology Association.
Mona Chung is a licensed mental health counselor practicing in New Mexico. She holds a master’s degree from NM Highlands University and is a doctoral candidate (neuropsychology emphasis) at Fielding Graduate University.
Her experience involves various populations in mental health settings, including the NMBHI and Penitentiary of New Mexico, where she was engaged in treatment planning and psychotherapy. Having presented at conferences including the American Psychological Association, Mona is passionate about a person-centered psychodynamic approach to treatment.
Having an international background herself, Mona is interested in working with individuals of all backgrounds, assisting them to cope with challenges and improve their mental well-being.
Scott Chapman holds a Master’s degree in Counseling and Human Development from Lindsey Wilson College, and is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor.
Scott fulfilled his clinical training with Psychotherapy and Pastoral Counseling in Santa Fe, and came to the counseling profession after a career in outdoor adventure programming for adolescents.
Scott enjoys the relational nature of psychotherapy and meets clients with a person-centered approach. He believes in the power of the collaborative therapeutic relationship to heal and increase wellness. Outside of counseling, Scott loves climbing rocks, being creative, his Santa Fe community, and spending time with his kids.
Cody Snyder holds a master of arts in clinical psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute, where he also a doctoral candidate.
He is interested in offering people a space to freely speak and feel in accordance with their inherent capacity to heal. In his spare time, Cody enjoys hiking, rock-climbing, reading and traveling. He received his bachelor’s degree in the history of philosophy from St. Johns College.
Cody has presented his original scholarly work at the Psychology and the Other conference, and is interested in working with individuals of all backgrounds. He has a particular interest in trauma, relationships, diversity, psychoanalytic theory and phenomenological-humanistic therapy.
Natalie is currently completing her Master’s in Mindfulness-Based Transpersonal Counseling at Naropa University. She is passionate about somatic modalities and utilizes a holistic, present-centered approach. She has completed Hakomi Professional Training Level 1.
She has experience working with non-ordinary states of consciousness and spiritual growth issues.
Natalie has a background in the arts, and received her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Natalie is trained in mindfulness skills and facilitating healing experiences, and has a passion for cultivating depth in relational healing with varied challenges including grief, trauma, anxiety, and depression.
Dr. Leigh is an Associate Professor and Program Director of the Masters in Thanatology (death studies) program at Marian University, and the Director of Family Services for Hero's Path Palliative. She holds a PhD in Integral/Transpersonal Psychology, a Masters of Public Health from CUNY Brooklyn, and a Bachelors in Child Development from Wheelock College.
Dr. Leigh has spent over 17 years working in pediatric clinical settings providing psychosocial and grief support to children and their families both independently and at some of the nations top children's hospitals. She has presented at national, regional, and international conferences on topics of legacy building in pediatric end-of-life care, child life practice in hospice, contemporary approaches in grief, and other thanatology-related topics.
Additionally, Dr. Leigh has authored several articles and recently co-authored a chapter in the newly published Child LIfe in Community Settings textbook. Her debut book titled What does grief feel like is set to be released with Free Spirit Publications in April of 2023.
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