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Phone: (505) 325-5321
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Our Therapists

Choices Counseling Services seeks only the highest qualified, most dedicated mental health professionals. Each counselor has completed at least a Master's degree in counseling, marriage and family therapy, or social work. Each is licensed by the State of New Mexico to provide care independent of supervision. We prefer therapists who have sufficient life experience to add “uncommon sense” to the clinical setting.

Contact us in Farmington, New Mexico, to make an appointment for family, marriage or individual counseling.

William J. (Bill) Pogue

William J. (Bill) Pogue, LPCC #1607

Bill founded the agency that would become Choices in 1991. He is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor specializing in adolescent, family and adult therapy.  He is a cognitive, behavioral, and solution-focused therapist. Bill believes that our attitudes and decisions mold our physical and emotional world.  His goals are to help adolescents become more responsible, families become more cohesive and adults become better able to deal with their stressors and emotions.

Bill received his Master’s degree in Psychology in 1976.  He has over 35 years of mental health experience.  His experience includes extensive direct clinical care as well as consulting for state and federal agencies.  He was trained by Jeffery Mitchell, PhD in Critical Incident Stress Management.  Additionally, he is a Vietnam Veteran whose resume includes six years working in the oil field.

Bill recently retired his white water raft to be able to enjoy more time with his wonderful wife, his two outstanding sons/wives and his five exceptional grandchildren.

Linda LeClaire LPCC #1229

Linda is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor with over 40 years of experience as a counselor. She earned her Master's degree in Psychology in 1971 and has done additional graduate work in counseling and school psychology. Her work experience includes working in school settings, an adolescent treatment facility, and therapeutic foster care. Her practice focuses on working with children and adolescents but also includes many adults who have experienced childhood trauma. Linda emphasizes a strength-based and client-centered approach.

When not in the office, Linda enjoys being outdoors. Camping, hiking, skiing, and boating are some of her favorite activities.

Linda LeClaire

Daniele Crabtree

Daniele Crabtree, M.ED. , LPCC #0093451

Daniele is an alumni of Texas Tech University where she earned a Bachelors in Psychology with a Minor in Substance Abuse, along with a Masters of Education in Community Counseling. She is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor and her approach to therapy has a client-centered, cognitive and behavioral emphasis. While in Texas she worked with college students struggling with addictions in both group and individual settings. Along with college students, her work included the federal justice system providing counseling services to individuals with mental health issues. Her emphasis includes working with teens, couples, and adults of all ages. After going to school and working in West Texas for 9 years Daniele returned to her childhood community of Farmington where her experience has included adolescent treatment services, along with the private practice setting working with a variety of mental health related issues. She enjoys what she does and has a strong commitment to helping others find their potential.

Moving back to Farmington was not only to be closer to family but to increase her passion to teach and guide others. Her work with adolescents is not just within the counseling community, but within the field of dance as well. Daniele has danced from the age of 3. Her continued love for dance is both as a coach and as a dance mom. She enjoys the warm NM summers and a good baseball game.

Kim Haynie, LCSW # C-11810

Kim is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over five years’ experience as a counselor. She earned her Master’s degree in Social Work in 2016.
Her work experience includes working with addicted populations, Treatment Foster Care, and individual counseling. Her practice focuses on trauma for children, adolescents, and adults. Kim enjoys using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, which is client-centered and strength-based.

Kim loves animals and is a foster parent for rescues and the Farmington animal shelter. She also loves the outdoors. One of her favorite places is Ouray Colorado, where she loves to camp or go four-wheeling.

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Judy Beck, LPCC #76041

Judy is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with 25 years of experience. She earned her Master’s degree in Psychology in 1999 from Antioch University and has extensive additional graduate work in school psychology. Her work experience includes many years in a school setting as an evaluator and school psychologist. She has also worked in county jail, adolescent halfway center, and private practice. Judy’s focus with younger children is "Child-Centered Play Therapy" and family work to address a variety of difficulties, including trauma. EMDR therapy is available to address PTSD symptoms. Judy emphasizes the need for a multifaceted approach to feeling better, including a variety of therapy modalities and recommended outside practices for clients.

Judy enjoys musical theatre and choir, being outside, and building pottery with her fantastic daughter who lives nearby. Judy lived and worked in Carlsbad for 50 years of her life. She moved to Farmington in 2019 to live closer to her daughter and enjoy the cooler weather and fantastic people of the four corners area.

Sheri Jordan, LMFT #

Sheri is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She has worked with children and teens since she graduated with her Master's in Family and Consumer Sciences with an emphasis in marriage and family therapy in 2012. She enjoys working with families and individuals, ranging from childhood to adulthood. Sheri has worked in multiple treatment settings, including outpatient clinics and an inpatient treatment center for adolescents. Sheri uses a variety of approaches in supporting her clients, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, solution-focused, and systemic methods. She enjoys collaborating with individuals and families to support them and help them find ways to heal and thrive.

When Sheri is not in the office, she spends time with her husband and "fur baby" having adventures outdoors. She also spends a lot of free time baking and crafting.

Sheri Jordan