Our vision of leadership is to have premier programs in women's health care, medical education and research that assist New Mexican women and that are worthy of national recognition.
Provide quality patient care, in a compassionate manner, regardless of payment source.
Be active as an education resource to medical students, resident physicians, faculty colleagues, and private practitioners.
Appreciate our unique role in furthering knowledge through encouraging and pursuing innovative and evaluative research.
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1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque NM 87131-0001
Dr. David Ley is a clinical psychologist in practice in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He earned his Bachelor's degree in Philosophy from Ole Miss, and his Master's and Doctoral degrees in clinical psychology from the University of New Mexico. Dr. Ley is licensed in New Mexico and Nevada, and has provided clinical and consultative services in numerous other states. He is the Executive Director of New Mexico Solutions, a large outpatient mental health and substance abuse program in Albuquerque, NM. Dr. Ley has been treating sexuality issues throughout his career. He first began treating perpetrators and victims of sexual abuse, but expanded his approach to include the fostering and promotion of healthy sexuality, and awareness of the wide range of normative sexual behaviors.
707 Broadway Blvd NE Suite 500
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Dr. Alana Williams graduated from medical school from the University of Nebraska in 2002. She completed her residency in 2006 from the University of New Mexico. She joined a private practice in Albuquerque from 2006 to 2010. She has a particular interest in minimally invasive surgery, including advanced laparoscopy. She was one of the first trained in New Mexico to assist in Robotic surgery, including complex gynecological oncology cases, hysterectomy, and robotic prolapse repairs. Dr. Alana Williams is currently a fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecologists (F.A.C.O.G.)
Located at 4705 Montgomery Blvd NE, Suite 201 on the 2nd floor of the East Wing of Women's Hospital.
The Urology Group of New Mexico is dedicated to serving the urological needs of adults and children in the Albuquerque, NM, area. Our urologist, Dr. Frederick Snoy, is committed to providing quality urological care in a patient-friendly setting. Dr. Snoy has performed over 2,000 vasectomies making UGNM a premier vasectomy clinic. We offer vasectomy services using the modern “no scalpel” technique.
Experience has taught our practice to treat each patient as a partner in his or her medical care. Because some urological conditions are accompanied by discomfort or embarrassment, we emphasize sensitivity and discretion with all patients concerns.
4161 Montgomery Blvd. NE
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87109
Dvorah Simon, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist with current licensure in New York , California, and New Mexico.
Experience: 20 years experience working in New York City with persons with traumatic brain injury, stroke, and other neurological and chronic medical conditions. 3 years experience working in Los Angeles in a program for homeless Veterans, with issues of substance abuse, life skills, and PTSD. Tranferred to the Albuquerque VA in 2009 to be clinical director of a residential program for homeless Veterans.
Training: Ph.D. from Fordham University. 2 years of coursework in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy at the Greenich Institute in New York City. Numerous workshops and trainings in family systems therapy, Ericksonian hypnosis and psychotherapy including Self Relations Therapy, and Brief, Solution Focused Therapy. Training with Consuella Newton on activating intuition.
Interests: Resiliency, spirituality, creativity, trauma recovery, coping with medical and brain conditions, neurofeedback, working with families.
Philosophy: We are here to be the Light. The Light is both divine (and therefor, universal), and uniquely refracted through our divinely given particularities. Everything about who we are is beautiful, when held in the perspective of consciousness and love. “Therapy” is a way to reconnect with that nature, whether we talk about it or not. Therapy works best when it pays close and ardent attention to the life that the person wants to be living, and draws on all the resources available within that person and in their world to bring that about.