Dr. Elizabeth Levato Richeson knew she wanted to become a counselor after an interaction with a patient during a high school field trip to a mental hospital. Today, her philosophy “is to be kind and understanding while facilitating the patient’s change to ensure improvements in their lives,” said Richeson, whose practice offers therapy for individuals, couples or families. 600 Sunland Park, 915-584-3636, drricheson.com, FB @DrRicheson
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