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Therapists in Lincoln

Deborah K Perrin, Counselor  in Lincoln
“Welcome! Thank you for visiting! I provide caring Biblical Christian and secular counseling for the difficult problems of daily life. We can work together and travel down the road to recovery and true healing.
(402) 982-4065
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506
Kelly King, Counselor  in Lincoln
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LIMHP, LPC, LADC
“As a therapist I am direct, interactive and results oriented. I provide support and practical feedback to help you effectively and competently address personal challenges and life issues. I will work with you to help you build on your own strengths and attain/maintain personal change and growth. I use a variety of therapeutic techniques in order to meet my client's needs. Together we will work to select the most effective course to achieve the changes you seek.
(402) 316-3374
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
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.
(402) 509-8574
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
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.
(402) 682-7322
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).
(402) 858-9569
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
Barbara L Dewey, LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lincoln
“Our children and families can be healthy and healing. I work with birth parents, adoptive parents, and foster parents to help their children and teens have the best life possible. I have a heart for foster and adoptive children and teens. I particularly enjoy identity development, and launching into adulthood.
(402) 993-4619
Lincoln, Nebraska 68508
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.
(402) 519-2801
Lincoln, Nebraska 68516
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.
(402) 835-4385
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
Jolene John-Beckstrom, Counselor  in Lincoln
“Are you a stressed-out professional, overwhelmed with your responsibilities? Are you emotionally drained at the end of the day? Sometimes you can't talk to a spouse or co-worker. There is no reason to keep it to yourself; that only makes things worse. How can you change things? (Probably not by changing others because that's impossible.) The only thing you can change is your response to the situation. If you need help doing this, call.
(402) 718-8467
Lincoln, Nebraska 68504
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.
(402) 415-2499
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
Nicole R Kai, Counselor  in Lincoln
“In difficult circumstances, mistakes made, or hurts suffered, there is hope to find balance and peace in your life. My goal is to meet you where you are to empower courage, hope and positive change. Pain is difficult. But moving through it in healthy ways can lead to a more enriched life. I would be privileged to help you in your journey.
(402) 603-0131
Lincoln, Nebraska 68516
“I am well-suited for people who feel "stuck." I also work very well with highly gifted people as well as those who believe that they "don't fit in." The over-thinkers, the over-analyzers who find themselves unable to move forward will find a safe harbor for expression at Catalyst Counseling.
(402) 316-4297
Lincoln, Nebraska 68502
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.
(402) 965-0303 x205
Lincoln, Nebraska 68512
Psychotherapy Associates, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lincoln
“Bad things can happen to good people. Nightmares, upsetting memories that won't fade, irritability, nervousness, feeling "unreal," trance-like periods and unusual problems with memory can all result from having lived through periods of intense fear. Whether the event was military service, an auto accident or abuse in childhood, treatment of these "disorders of traumatic stress" can help. Psychotherapy Associates is a group of clinicians with specialized training and experience in treatment of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, Dissociative Disorders, Borderline Personality Disorder, and a variety of depression and anxiety related concerns related to exposure to traumatic events.
(402) 475-5069
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506
Brenda Rohren, Counselor  in Lincoln
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, MFS, LIMHP, LADC, MAC
“My focus is to help individuals and families heal from difficult life situations. People often face overwhelming challenges. I believe that no matter what happens in life, we always have choices. During the first sessions, we'll get to know each other, discuss your goals for therapy, and develop a plan to help you achieve balance and serenity in your life. I have 30 years of experience in all levels of care in mental health and substance abuse facilities (i.e., outpatient through inpatient treatment). I am also a Navy Veteran. __________________ Visit www.bhr-llc.com __________________
(402) 486-1101
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
Ann Hamilton, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Lincoln
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LIMHP, PCMFT
“I provide counseling for individuals and couples who are struggling with mood disorders, adjustment difficulties, marital conflict, substance abuse, developmental adjustments and a loss of hope. I use a number of approaches to help adolescents and adults reach their goals for therapy. I am trained in family systems therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focused therapy, psychodynamic therapy and EMDR. I have helped patients who have depression, anxiety, PTSD, substance abuse, anger control, identity consolidation, infidelity, broken promises, communication issues and bipolar disorder. My work helps the client identify and build on their strengths.
(402) 718-8624
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506
A Reason to Hope Counseling, Counselor  in Lincoln
“"After a medical diagnosis can be a terrifying time for you and your family, it can feel as if life is lost or has been stolen. Therapy allows individuals and their families make the transition from a medical diagnosis to living life again."
(402) 603-5124
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506
Sarah W Thompson, Psychologist  in Lincoln
“If you are feeling unhappy, maybe I can help. Therapy can provide a caring safety net to increase your sense of well-being and help you navigate challenges. I make it a priority to provide a productive and safe experience in therapy where you can identify what you need in order to feel better. Together, we can work towards noticeable changes that can make your life better. As a licensed psychologist much of my training across the country has been working with people who are struggling to adjust to a difficult or painful experience. I also work as a psychologist at the University of Nebraska.
(402) 395-8565
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506
Drew Buss, Counselor  in Lincoln
“Whether it is depression, mood swings, anxiety, anger, parent/child problems, or any combination of these regardless of the causes, if you are ready to feel better and ready to work at it, we can cooperate to meet your goals.
(402) 965-0290
Lincoln, Nebraska 68512
Chalena Sandahl, Counselor  in Lincoln
“My ideal client is the person whose life has not turned out the way he or she thought it would. He or she is unhappy, unsatisfied, engaged in unhealthy patterns and unsuccessful relationships, and feels helpless, hopeless, confused, and overwhelmed. I believe everyone has the power to make positive changes in their lives. My job is to help them do that.
(402) 261-7161
Lincoln, Nebraska 68516

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