University Park Behavioral Health Detox and Assessment Center, Albuquerque, NM

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University Park Behavioral Health Detox and Assessment Center in Albuquerque, NM offers affordable detox and residential programs.

The new facility has 24 single occupancy rooms with adjoining private baths in a newly renovated space of 14,500 square feet. All of the programs offered utilize traditional and evidence-based therapies. Our medically trained team of professionals is dedicated to helping people change their lives and overcome the very real challenge of addiction.


Our Albuquerque Team Leader

Camille Cisneroz, PhD, LPCC, Clinical Director

Camille Cisneroz has lived the majority of her life in the Southwest as a child of the sun she is never lost on the beauty of the desert. She is bilingual Spanish/English and is a descendent of Mexican, Spanish, Native American (Yaqui), German, French and Welch backgrounds. She thrives on Cultural Competence. Camille has worked in the mental health field for over 20 years, she has provided clinical service in domestic violence shelters, state mental health services, the school systems, in home services, child protective services, early infant mental health, clinical director for shelter of unaccompanied minors and just recently became the Clinical Director at Shadow Mountain Recovery. In these various settings Camille has continually addressed the needs of children and families affected by substance abuse.

Camille has been trained in Reality/Choice therapy, Attachment, Mindfulness, Seeking Safety, Executive Functioning, trauma and Certified in circle of Security. Her specialties are in trauma, human development, attachment/relationships, and domestic violence which often underscore addiction. Through out her career path Camille has always thrived to learn and do better for those she serves. She therefor began with a Bachelors in Social Work, then a Masters Degree in Counseling and Educational Psychology she proceeded to to obtain a Ph.D., in Psychology.

Camille believes it is an honor and is humbled by clients willing to open their sacred inner place of pain, trauma, loss, happiness and allow her to share a part of their journey to recovery. She was witness to the incredible struggle of a addiction in its affects to the individual and their loved ones. Two years after the death of her mother, Camille continues to work with all clients not as a diagnosis or a type of treatment but as another human being she will provide compassion while assisting them on their recovery journey.