|HMS Mental Health Medical Staff Profiles|
Dr. Neal A. Bowen, PhD, Mental Health Director
Dr. Bowen earned BA degrees in Psychology in Milan, Italy and from the University of Texas, where he also earned a masters in Educational Psychology and a doctorate in Counseling Psychology. Dr. Bowen left the faculty of Central Washington University in 2005 to join HMS. Dr. Bowen provides therapy in Spanish and Italian, as well as English and specializes in migration and acculturation issues, trauma and mood and personality disorders. Dr. Bowen also conducts research in the area of ethnic identity development and the impact on psychotherapeutic outcomes. Dr. Bowen was the founder of the Sunrise Center, a mental health clinic for refugees and immigrants in Austin, TX.
Jason Coe, M.D.
Dr. Coe received his Medical degree from the University of Colorado School of Medicine, in Denver, Colorado. He completed his residency in psychiatry at the University of Colorado Hospital. Dr. Coe served as Chief Resident of outpatient services in Adult Psychiatry at Denver Health Medical Center. Dr. Coe received a Bachelor of Science in both chemistry and biology, graduating Cum Laude from Colorado State University. He has also worked in teaching and chemical research prior to commencing medical training. Born in Michigan, Dr. Coe grew up in Colorado. He moved to Silver City and joined Hidalgo Medical Services in June 2008. Dr. Coe and his wife Stephanie have two young sons. The Coes enjoy family time, nature, literature, and travel. Dr. Coe’s practice is open to adults, children, adolescents, seniors and chemical dependence. Dr. Coe is licensed to dispense buprenorphine for the treatment of opiate dependence.
Jay Glickman ,MA, LPCC
Mr. Glickman earned his M.A. degree from West Georgia University in 2006, in a program specializing in Humanistic Psychology. This approach to therapy is primarily developmental, holistic, and emotions based, with an emphasis on issues related to emotional regulation. Jay currently works mostly with adults, couples, and adolescents. This is Jay’s second time living in Silver City; he lived here for nine years previous to 2003, and owned the Desert Exposure magazine, which he ran for 6 years. Jay is also an artist, actor, and writer.
Blanca Jaure, MA, LPCC
Violeta “Blanca” Jaure sees patients and works with students at School-Based Health Center on the Silver High School campus.
Jaure recently returned to her hometown of Silver City, NM after graduating with her Master’s degree in order to be closer to her family and give back to the community in which she primarily grew up. Jaure received her Masters degree in Counseling and Educational Psychology from New Mexico State University in 2008. Prior to that, she earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology, as well as Chemical Dependency, graduating Cum Laude from Western New Mexico University.
Jaure has worked with diverse populations in many different settings and has experience working with family systems, and with children as well as adults. She is currently recognized by the State of New Mexico as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor (LADAC).
Barbara Cichosz, M.Ed, LMFT
Barbara Cichosz received her Master’s of Education in Counseling, Family and Human Services, with a specialization in Couple and Family Therapy in 2007 from the University of Oregon. Family therapy addresses issues within the individual or group’s framework, taking into account family, work, school and other social contexts. Barbara joined HMS as part of a new integrative health program for depression and anxiety in primary health care settings. Her interests include couples and group therapy, trauma issues, gender and GLBTQ issues. Outside of work, Barbara enjoys reading, cooking and traveling.
Bryan Pottratz, LMHC
Bryan received his Master of Arts in Counseling from Western New Mexico University in 2012. He is experienced in working with issues related to grief and loss, anxiety, and depression. Bryan works with both adults and adolescents. Drawn by the beauty of the Gila Wilderness, he moved to Silver City in 2009 from Atlanta, GA. Bryan enjoys hiking, camping, nature photography, and trying to grow a garden in the desert.
Marliese Vogel, ACSW, LCSW
Ms. Marliese Vogel received her Masters of Social Work degree from Simmons School of Social Work in Boston, Massachusetts and her undergraduate work was done at Bard College, Annandale-on-the-Hudson, NY and Simmons College, where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. Additionally, she obtained extensive training in Expressive Art Therapy from Lesley University. Ms. Vogel is a certified Clinical Social Worker Supervisor and is completing her requirements for Registered Play therapist (RPT) with The Association of Play Therapy-NM. She has 30 years of experience working with children and families.
In addition Ms. Vogel co-founded a community-based organization for young mothers; created and coordinated a complementary hospice therapy program; and created and implemented the Center for Children’s Behavioral Health at Youth Haven of Naples, Inc. Naples, FL. Her company, Marliese Designs, creates motivational art products for individuals, businesses and groups and was referred to in Cheryl Richardson’s best-seller “Take Time for Your Life”.
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