Brian Serna, M.A., LPCC, LADAC, MAC
BA in Psychology, New Mexico State University. M.A. Counseling, University of New Mexico.
Brian is a licensed professional clinical counselor and a nationally recognized trainer in the treatment of addictions. He trains and consults for programs that are implementing evidence-based interventions to treat addictions.
He also facilitates workshops to increase cross-cultural counseling skills, treating co-occurring disorders, ethics and working with adolescents. He has served as the director for a large non-profit outpatient behavioral health program in Oregon and is currently the clinical supervisor for a Native American Behavioral Health program on the Isleta reservation. In addition to these duties he educates students in the University of New Mexico’s Substance Abuse Studies program and has taught in the New Mexico Highlands School of Social Work