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Antonio Juarez, American psychotherapist, counselor, consultant, educator. Certified counselor; certified diplomate, American Psychotherapy Association, licensed professional counselor, Texas, Doctor of Philosophy of Martial Arts, Eastern United States of America International College Martial Arts, Pittsburgh, 2000.


Juarez, Antonio was born on November 6, 1952 in El Paso, Texas, United States. Son of Juan Antonio and Amelia (Rivas) J. Bachelor of Science in Psychology, U.Tex.-El Paso, 1976, Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology, 1982.


Bachelor of Science in Psychology, University Texas-El Paso, 1976. Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology, University Texas-El Paso, 1982. Postgraduate, New Mexico State University, since 1987.

Postgraduate, California Coast University, since 1990.


Caseworker assistant El Paso Mental Health Center, 1978-1979, caseworker III, 1982-1983. Clinical specialist Southwest Mental Health Center, Las Cruces, New Mexico, 1979-1980. Therapist, trainer Southwest Community House, El Paso, 1980-1981.

Psychological consultant El Paso Guidance Center, 1981-1982, psychotherapist, since 1983, director Northeast services. Private practice El Paso, since 1987. Member National Board for Certified Counselors.

Director Cross-Cultural Counseling Center, 1988-1904. Assistant professor psychology El Paso Community College, 1988-1990, faculty coordinator social science, counselor, consultant. Consultant Citizens and Students Together, El Paso, since 1983.

Group facilitator, Tai Chi Chuan instructor Sun Valley Regional Hospital, El Paso, Texas, 1988. Psychotherapist, treatment team coordinator El Paso State Center, since 1997. Adjunct professor counseling Webster University, Fort Bliss, Texas, since 1995.


Member Latin American committee New Mexico State University, 1985. Served with United States Air Force, 1972-1976. Fellow American Association Integrative Medicine, United States-Mexico Border Health Association, El Paso Psychological Association, Texas Association Counseling and Development, Texas Association Children of Alcoholics, National Academy Clinical Mental Health Counselors, National Istn.

Staff and Organizational Devel, Eastern United States Martial Arts Association (Black Belt Hall of Fame 1996, Master of Wushu 2000), Eastern United States International Martial Arts Association (named Man of Year 2003, Black Belt Hall of Fame 2003, Grandmaster of Year Eastern United States International, 2008), Golden Key.


  • Other Interests

    Martial arts, playing stringed instruments.