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Family Therapy Therapists in Lincoln

Mikki Mcbride, Counselor  in Lincoln
“I have over 15 years experience working in the mental health field. I have worked extensively with behavior and anxiety disorders while working in both the Lincoln Public School system, Juvenile Justice system and BoysTown. I believe that each person seeks therapy for their own unique reasons. I want to encourage and support my clients through their process of self-discovery. I utilize a variety of different treatment modalities based upon the needs and desires of my clients.
Family Therapy
(402) 249-0309
Lincoln, Nebraska 68504
Tia Nordyke, Counselor  in Lincoln
“As a counselor, I believe that feeling comfortable and cared about are essential to your counseling experience. I believe that positive change occurs when the client feels like he/she is on the same level as the counselor. When trust is developed, clients feel safe in knowing that they can be honest about thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. If you have lost a loved one, found yourself down in the dumps, lost meaning/purpose to your life, feel anxious, have pain, or have found it difficult to move beyond your past then it may be time to seek professional help.
Family Therapy
(402) 519-2801
Lincoln, Nebraska 68516
“Individuals and families are welcome to my practice. My practice name reflects my philosophy to assist in finding healthy solutions to life's problems that will promote quality living.
Family Therapy
(402) 415-2666
Lincoln, Nebraska 68516
Peg L. Carson, MS, LIMHP, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Lincoln
“Looking for a counselor can be confusing. Will you like the counselor? Will they understand what you are looking for in therapy? I know that in your first call you will want guidance and will have questions. I want you to feel welcome by 20 years of helping families, individuals and groups. As a psychotherapist, it is important to me that your counselor be in tune with your goals and would refer you to a counselor if we would not be a good fit. Sessions are for you and I want you to feel guidance and direction your first visit.
Family Therapy
(402) 615-9102
Lincoln, Nebraska 68516
Elissa Rae McGill, Counselor  in Lincoln
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MSEd, LIMHP, LMHP, CPC
“I have tremendous amount of patience, compassion, and respect for individuals. My clinical work as a therapist, has given me the opportunity in working with young children, adolescents, adults, and geriatrics. If you are struggling with Daily Life Struggles, Domestic Violence, Anxiety, Depression,Trauma, ADHD, Grief, Adjustment to Change Issues, Relationship Issues, and/or other mental health conditions, I can help you and I have current openings.
Family Therapy
(402) 682-7322
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
Jennifer A Manche, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lincoln
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMHP, LCSW
“I offer flexible evening and weekend appointments to work with your busy life. -Helping you meet your goals is my mission, whether you'd like to better manage anxiety, eliminate depressive symptoms, or have a better relationship with your partner. I can assist you with clarifying your goals, identifying your existing strengths, and finding ways, through a variety of therapeutic approaches, to build upon those strengths. I'm excited to help you find success, no matter how you define it.
Family Therapy
(785) 425-4707
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
Susan Meyerle, Counselor  in Lincoln
“We believe that the client should determine the goals for therapy, based on their particular concerns. Each client identifies how they would determine whether counseling was successful at the beginning of treatment. These become the therapeutic goals for our sessions. We typically meet weekly at the beginning of therapy and less frequently as therapy continues. Our sessions are 50 minutes long and we contract with most of the major insurance providers in the Lincoln, Nebraska area. We don't prescribe medications in our office and are happy to collaborate with medical providers and others (with a release of information).
Family Therapy
(402) 858-9569
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
Jamie Heng, Counselor  in Lincoln
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LMHP, LPC, PLADC
“I enjoy working with adolescents and adults in individual, couple, and family settings. Through counseling, I seek to engage you in the process of positive change by developing the skills needed to deal with and heal from life's difficult situations, gain insight into your experiences, and empower you to achieve your goals and maintain personal growth. My areas of interest are relationship issues, depression, anxiety, gambling, grief or loss, life transitions, trauma, stress, family conflict, and self-esteem issues. I am currently accepting new clients and offer flexible appointment times.
Family Therapy
(402) 620-6094
Lincoln, Nebraska 68516
Lindsey Sanny, Counselor  in Lincoln
“You are not alone if you are struggling with anxiety, sadness, anger, hurt or stress. Chances are these feelings are also affecting your relationships with your spouse, children or coworkers. Whatever it is you find yourself facing, let's talk about it. My goal is to create a safe and nonjudgmental environment for each individual or couple. I believe there isn't one type of approach that works for every individual to over come the obstacle he or she is facing. I utilize various therapy techniques that best suits each individual or couple.
Family Therapy
(402) 415-2499
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
Jenny Hill, Counselor  in Lincoln
“Therapy offers a safe, supportive, and challenging environment. Clients who can identify their struggles and can commit to the therapy process are likely to make lasting changes in their lives. My graduate training in Marriage and Family Therapy as well as Early Childhood Development has strengthened my skills as a therapist to view problems on both an individual level and consider multiple family perspectives. I have several years of experience in supervising others involved in case management positions as well as experience in developing safety plans and behavioral plans for individuals with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities.
Family Therapy
(402) 858-7975
Lincoln, Nebraska 68508
Ivana Jelavic, Counselor  in Lincoln
“My mission is to help those who seek to make changes in their lives. They may want to improve life situations, make certain decisions, or achieve greater understanding of themselves and the circumstances they may be in. I specialize in treating PTSD, depression, anxiety, anger management, self-esteem problems, relationship issues, etc. I provide comprehensive quality mental health services that are easily accessible to all individuals. In addition, I am fluent in several Slavic languages as well as German.
Family Therapy
(402) 509-8574
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
Barbara J Peeks Dunn, Counselor  in Lincoln
“Barbara Peeks Dunn, M.S., Licensed Mental Health Practitioner, Certified Professional Counselor: I counsel individuals, couples, adolescents, children and families. My home office is comfortable, private, and centrally located in Lincoln. You will never wait for your appointment to begin and will generally be able to make an appointment within a few days. Counseling sessions are focused on helping clients develop problem-solving strategies for life's difficulties by using their personal strengths and natural family network. I coordinate services with other professionals, including teachers, physicians, and social service agencies and accept most health insurance including Tricare, BlueCrossBlueShield and United Healthcare.
Family Therapy
(402) 488-1165 x1
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
Allyson G. Northup, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Lincoln
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, LMHP
“I believe therapy offers people an opportunity to gain a better understanding of who they are, where they've come from, who they'd like to be, and where they'd like to go. Life can become overwhelming quickly. Too often people forget that it's okay to stop and ask for directions. As a therapist, I believe the most important part of the human experience is feeling comfortable in your own skin and feeling in control of your own life. When it all becomes too much, support from a therapist can be one of the most gratifying and rewarding experiences.
Family Therapy
(402) 260-5188
Lincoln, Nebraska 68507
“I have worked with a variety of clients and problems over 25 years and consequently, have considerable experience. I am a strong advocate of integrated care working with physician referred clients. So what your physician sees in their practice, I tend to see. So those who are depressed, suffer from anxiety and panic, chronic pain, family and relationship issues, substance abuse, addiction to pain medications, and stress that amplifies client medical problems are common. But I also see referrals from attorneys, EAP's and insurance companies. We offer a specialized medically assisted treatment program for the chemically dependent.
Family Therapy
(402) 518-2044
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
Amber M Schaffner, Psychologist  in Lincoln
“As a psychologist, I provide therapy and psychological evaluation. There are many different methods we may use to address your concerns. Goals for therapy may include improving mood, decreasing avoidance, addressing past traumas, improving communication or increasing satisfaction with life. At times, we may include your partner, family, or other important people in your life in sessions. Psychological evaluation begins with a diagnostic interview and may include testing to help gather a lot of information in a short period of time.
Family Therapy
(402) 965-0303 x205
Lincoln, Nebraska 68512
J Kipp Lanning, Counselor  in Lincoln
“>>Evening Appointments<< People say "men aren't interested in therapy" - this simply isn't true. Men seek help in many different areas of their life including mentorships, coaching, and networking. Men are very active and involved in individual and couples/marriage therapy when they feel that something will get DONE. Therapy isn't about sitting on a couch: Therapy should get you somewhere! The therapy approach I use is about learning new skills, trying them out and doing more of what works and less of what does not. It's working smarter, not harder.
Family Therapy
(402) 603-5129 x1
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
Sue Outson, Counselor  in Lincoln
“My ideal client is one that wants me to become unemployed as quickly as possible! In other words, I believe that therapy should be a strength based and action oriented approach that has both therapist and client moving toward the end from the first session. Therapy should be enjoyable but I always remember that my clients would rather be just about anywhere else than sitting in my office. We will work hard. We will laugh and perhaps cry together. We will have a plan. You won't be in therapy forever. I promise.
Family Therapy
(402) 513-3610
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
Rachel Meier, Counselor  in Lincoln
“Openings Available Now! At times, we find ourselves struggle to manage our symptoms or issues on our own and we become afraid to reach out for help. Counseling is a option that allows you to discuss what you are going through in a private place. To search for benefits and answers. To find balance or humor in life. I can offer an approach to counseling that allows you to look into your mental, emotional, physical, occupational, relational, social, and spiritual needs in order to find the solution you are seeking. There is Hope.
Family Therapy
(402) 765-0352
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
Jenny Sievers, Counselor  in Lincoln
“Are you someone who just can't let go of past hurts? Do you struggle with nagging feelings of self-doubt? Have you tried to move on from painful memories , but find yourself stuck? Are you frequently anxious, worried, or sad? Are you struggling to connect with your children or figure out how to manage their behaviors??You may benefit from therapy to help you let go of the things that are holding you back. You can also achieve that sense of calm and comfort you have been seeking. It is possible to achieve relief from your past and improve your connection with your family.
Family Therapy
(402) 374-4599
Lincoln, Nebraska 68502
Ryan W Tenopir, Counselor  in Lincoln
“I feel every individual is unique; therefore every therapeutic relationship is unique. For therapy to be successful it is essential that you find a therapist with whom you feel comfortable and understood. I respect the difficulty of undertaking the therapeutic journey, and therefore consider myself challenging yet empathetic. I consider myself and active therapist, yet the session is not about me...this is your time. I work with adolescents and adults on an individual basis. I also work with couples, families and groups.
Family Therapy
(402) 835-4385
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510

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Family Therapy Therapists
If you're looking for family therapy in Lincoln or for a Lincoln family therapist these professionals provide family therapy services and structural family therapy services. They include family therapists and marriage family therapists. Therapists in Lincoln using the techniques of 'family therapy' (also referred to as marriage and family therapy and family counseling) view change in terms of the systems of interaction between family members.

Family relationships often affect psychological well-being and, regardless of the origin of an issue, or whether it may be the "individual" or "family" who is presenting it, involving the family in the solution can be of great benefit. Families participate directly in sessions during which the family therapist helps conversations in a way that draws upon and builds the strengths, wisdom and support of the wider family unit.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Lincoln have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Lincoln you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Lincoln and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Lincoln or family therapy in Lincoln.