Annai Burrola was born and raised in Santa Fe, New Mexico, by her parents, who are both from Chihuahua, Mexico. Annai is fully bilingual in Spanish and English and has worked with the Santa Fe community in various settings for over ten years. Annai graduated from the Facundo Valdez School of Social Work at New Mexico Highlands University in May 2020 with a Master’s in Clinical Social Work. Annai is also involved with the New Mexico Suicide Intervention Project- The Sky Center as a bilingual/bicultural clinical supervisor and community trainer. Annai previously worked as a bilingual therapist with Southwest Family Guidance Center and before that with Growing Up NM. Outside of work commitments, Annai enjoys taking short road trips around New Mexico with her husband and dog, Dobby, and spending time with her family, and friends.
Annai is a a trauma-informed bilingual bicultural therapist. She is LGBTQ+, sex positive, polyamory, consensual nonmonogamy, and neurodiversity affirming, safe and supportive therapist.