Supporting Frontline Professionals and Caregivers

In the demanding field of public service, stressors are inevitable. From adjusting to the unusual hours and extra shifts, to the trauma of losing patients, to the added layers of uncertainty associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, supporting frontline professionals and caregivers has never been more important.

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You are not alone.

Caring for others requires that you also care for yourself. Sometimes, it may be easy to recognize the signs that you need to talk to someone about how you’re doing. Other times, the extra shifts or the added stressors of your day-to-day may become so routine that you begin to ignore the effects of stress and trauma. It is essential to check in with yourself frequently. Reach out for support if you are experiencing any of these warning signs:

  • Feeling irritable or angry
  • Feeling anxious, depressed, lonely, or constantly sad
  • Reliving traumatic events
  • Isolating yourself or lack of trust in others
  • Struggling to sleep or oversleeping
  • New or increased substance use
  • New or increased physical issues
  • Experiencing compassion fatigue or burnout


Sage Neuroscience Center has a new group therapy track for those who are experiencing compassion fatigue. This group is designed to provide support for individuals who provide mental or physical healthcare in the community, such as first responders, healthcare professionals, educators, and caregiving professionals. The group offers space for members to give and receive support and share coping strategies, self-care regimes, and other resources with one another.

Our Compassion Fatigue Support Group meets virtually on Mondays from 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. starting December 6, 2021. Contact our Intake Department via phone or complete a New Patient Interest Form to schedule an assessment.

What’s New at Sage?

Breaking the Cycle: Negative Thought Patterns and Depression

Breaking free from negative thought patterns requires learning how to cope effectively with feelings and triggers that lead to the negative feeling.

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Debunking 10 Myths About Psychiatric Medication

Medication misconceptions can be harmful, so it is imperative that we debunk the stigma around seeking help.

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Sage Expands SUDS Services for Rural New Mexicans

We are expanding our remote services to help patients who are unable to visit our location in person.

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Sage’s Adult BHIOP is Now Available Online

Sage’s virtual Adult Behavioral Health IOP is a great option for New Mexico residents outside of Bernalillo County. Find out if our BHIOP program is the right fit for you!

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Now Hiring

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  • Medical Billing Specialist
  • Patient Account Specialist, Billing and Collections
  • Registered Dietitian
  • Credentialing Specialist
  • Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
  • Therapist
  • Primary Care Physician
  • Adolescent Behavioral Health IOP Facilitator


Additionally, Genoa Pharmacy at Sage provides customized pharmaceutical care for our patients. We are currently seeking a Pharmacy Technician to support all functions of the Genoa mental health pharmacy through dispensing prescriptions and performing necessary clerical duties.

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