About Us

Roxroy Reid

Roxroy A. Reid, PhD, CEO, Owner

Dr. Roxroy Reid is one of our Parent Coordinators and Parenting Plan Evaluators at Parenting Forward. Reid has been working with families, couples and individuals across generations for over 30 years, bringing psychosocial evaluations, training and psychotherapy to hundreds if not thousands of individuals. Reid holds a Bachelor of Theology (BTh) degree, an Associates degree in psychology and human service, both a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) and Master of Social Work (MSW) degrees from Arizona State University and a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) from Walden University.

Dr. Reid, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), interned with the Pima County Juvenile Justice system in Arizona and has provided therapeutic consultation and conflict resolution training for troubled teens through Outcomes, Inc. of New Mexico. Along with being a Parent Coordinator, Reid is now trained with the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC), in continuing professional development as a Parenting Plan Evaluator (PPE), formerly referred to as a Custody Evaluator. Dr. Reid has also been an expert witness in child custody and appeals court cases and most recently, endorsed the 2024 textbook “Clinicians in Court: A Guide to Subpoenas, Depositions, Testifying, and Everything Else You Need to Know” by Allan Edward Barsky.

Dr. Reid currently sees approximately 20 clients per week at Bosque Mental Health for psychotherapy sessions, as well as works in the Emergency Department at the Raymond G. Murphy VA Medical Center 4 days each week. He is ever expanding his toolbox of Helping Techniques.

In addition to the wealth of training and therapeutic experience that Dr. Reid brings to Parenting Forward, LLC, he has previously served the State of New Mexico as the Chairman for both the Counseling and Therapy Board and the Social Work Board for a total of 12 years. He has just completed his service on the national level as the President of the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB), the Regulatory body over Social Workers for 64 U.S. and Canadian jurisdictions. He is now completing his final year with this organization in the Past President capacity. In his off time, Dr. Reid enjoys giving workshops, speaking at conferences nationally, spending time with his family and riding his horse, Dragon.

Jeanne Reid

Jeanne Reid, CFO, Owner

Jeanne started her career as an Executive Assistant to the Branch Manager of a fastener company in Arizona where she managed all aspects of the office from data entry, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, financial reports, and customer service.

She then moved into a sales and marketing position for a Fortune 500 insurance and surety bonding company, handling a 3-state sales territory for many years.

For the last 16 years, Jeanne has been working in the screen print and embroidery business in sales, marketing, and event management, handling over $1.5 million in sales, much of that being generated by special retail projects.  She has managed retail programs and events for the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta, the Chicago Cubs Spring Training, Iowa Speedway racing seasons, and the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) to name a few.

Jeanne is very adept at managing all aspects of any project from budgets and finance, employee management, tech integration, collaborating on art and graphics, purchasing and retail logistics.  Her number one priority has always been customer service, focusing on the client, fan, attendee’s experience and striving to make it positive.

Since joining Bosque Mental Health and Parenting Forward, Jeanne has really found her passion for helping people.  Her number one priority is always customer service and making our clients feel welcome and heard.  She believes that a positive experience leads to a positive outcome for everyone.


Kellie Tomlin, LCSW, Parent Coordinator

Kellie Tomlin is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker dedicated to the preservation of healthy family functioning even amidst separation and divorce. She brings empathy, compassion, fairness, and impartiality to her practice.

Mrs. Tomlin holds a Masters Degree in Social Work from NMSU and is a certified arbitrator. Mrs. Tomlin is trained in Nurtured Heart Approach Parenting and is a certified Circle of Security Parenting class facilitator. Her background also includes training in interpersonal neurobiology, trauma, and motivational interviewing. Mrs. Tomlin has professional experience in the fields of mental health therapy, social/emotional education, and child welfare.  In addition to her work as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for children in the foster system, she spent years working within Child Protective Services helping families navigate and overcome extreme obstacles. She has worked with families of all economic backgrounds and family dynamics.

Mrs. Tomlin has particular sensitivity and insight into how adversarial confrontation can make situations even more stressful for families. She can understand and empathize with the feelings of frustration, financial hardship, and loss of situational control that many parents feel during a divorce. Mrs. Tomlin's goal is to help alleviate friction and empower parents to make the best decisions for their children.

Gayle Zieman, Ph.D.

Gayle Zieman, PhD, Consultant

Since 1998 Dr. Zieman has specialized in court and divorce/separation issues involving families and children from infancy to high school age. He has been appointed over 600 times by District Court judges to serve as an:

  • Evaluator and mediator in child custody disputes
  • Expert witness in child abuse and educational law litigation
  • Designated Special Master assisting parents as a Parenting Coordinator.

Dr. Zieman’s career has involved other clinical psychology positions, including:  being a family counselor on U.S. Army bases in Germany, directing the child and adolescent psychiatric unit inside Kaseman Presbyterian Hospital, serving as a live-in counselor for paroled and incarcerated juvenile offenders, and traveling northern and western New Mexico as an itinerant psychologist assigned to small towns and Indian reservations.

For his professional education, Dr. Zieman earned his masters in school psychology and doctorate in counseling psychology from Colorado State University. His clinical training involved a year in residence at the children’s hospital in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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