Stetson Berg, LSAA, MHA Candidate
COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE CHAIR
Clinical Analyst, University of New Mexico Hospital
Stetson joined ACHE in 2016 and has been active in the Programs and Communication Committees for NMHE. He works at UNMH, the state’s trauma hospital out of Albuquerque, NM, specializing in Information Technology. His main role is to ensure the inpatient and outpatient pharmacy has functional computers, robots, and servers as well as supports the electronic medical record. Stetson was one of the first individuals in the state to complete the Basics in Addiction counseling program with UNM, in addition to being certified to give Cognitive Enhancement Therapy (CET) to those who suffer schizophrenia. He became interested in mental health when he started volunteering for Agora Crisis Center. Being passionate about people in need of help and his love for passing on his knowledge to new volunteers, he still helps train, mentor new volunteers, and run their IT department 8 years later. On occasion, you may find him lecturing at city events to help teach new behavioral health and social workers empathy awareness to aid in the treatment of high-risk populations. In the past Stetson has also has done research for the MIND research network here in Albuquerque, and presented his finding at an international psychophysiology conference.
Stetson received his bachelors from the University of New Mexico in counseling psychology with a focus in substance abuse therapy and a minor in human development and behavior. He is currently pursuing an MHA from UNM and anticipates graduation in spring of 2018.
Hiking, rollercoasters, eating, dancing, video games, and snorkeling are some of his favorite things when he is not engaged at work or in the community