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Marriage Counseling Therapists in Omaha

Kim Schenkelberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Many people seek therapy for a variety of reasons from mental health to personal happiness. Together we can design a plan for you to reach your full potential. I believe in holistic approaches and feel the mind/body experience is important to our well being. I look forward to discussing your specific needs during a free phone consultation.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 415-2530
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
Cathy Marutzky, Counselor  in Omaha
“For the past thirty years, I have enjoyed working with children, young adults and families. As we all know, life can be difficult at times. In my experience, I have found that counseling provides the tools and resources to help us manage and overcome life's challenges. Children and adults show personal growth from learning skills for coping and conflict resolution. These skills are essential for us to find fulfillment in our relationships, which is key to our happiness. I believe in a positive, strengths-based approach in working towards our goals.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 603-0463
Omaha, Nebraska 68130
Ashley Rohrig Snowdon, Counselor  in Omaha
“"Growth demands a temporary surrender of security." - Gail Sheehy This is one of the reasons why change and growth can be so tough! Real growth can be frightening and uncomfortable and it requires us to step well outside our comfort zone.
Marriage Counseling
(712) 291-3359
Omaha, Nebraska 68137
Joanna Hochfelder, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LIMHP, LCSW, LISW
“There are times in our lives that we can become stuck, not knowing how, where, or who to turn to. We may feel lost, alone, depressed, bitter, angry, fragmented, hopeless or afraid - or floundering & needing clear direction. Does this sound like your situation in some form? I will help you untangle your emotional knots and confusion - so that you can rekindle your dreams toward living the life you deserve. I specialize in issues of empowerment with a focus on your humanity and relationships (less on diagnostic labels).
Marriage Counseling
(712) 423-4514
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Mary Coady-Leeper, Psychologist  in Omaha
“I enjoy working with people who want to understand themselves and their feelings, and to change problem behaviors. I listen for experiences, trauma, and thought patterns that contribute to depression and anxiety. We explore familial, cultural, religious, and spiritual factors and how those influence--both positively and negatively. We discover and recover strengths. The connection through the therapeutic relationship is essential in providing the safety and understanding that helps the client change. Through this relationship, I assist clients to face their unhappiness, insecurity, conflicts--both inner and outer, depression and anxiety. In doing so, clients' feelings, thoughts and behaviors change.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 507-4298
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Lonnie R Dinneen, Counselor  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LIMHP, LADC, CPC, LMHP, NCC
“I work with individuals, couples, families, adolescents to assist them in living a life full of meaning. Mental Health issues from adjusting to life changes to major depression are dealt with on a daily basis in order to live your life to the fullest. Should you need a Substance Abuse Evaluation or treatment I can assist you in these areas. I am a dually licensed therapist in the State of Nebraska (mental health & substance abuse) for over 20 years. I am also a registered provider with Nebraska Probation and use the Nebraska Standardized Model for all substance Abouse evaluaitons.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 509-8587
Omaha, Nebraska 68124
Jill Bolin Robbins, Counselor  in Omaha
“Do the challenges and stressors of life feel overwhelming? Are your relationships or family dynamics out of balance? Are you or someone in your life struggling with managing emotions & stress, having difficulty in work or school, or suddenly having problems with friends or other family members? When life seems overwhelming and out of control, I CAN offer help. I specialize in helping children, teens, adults and families improve relationships, deal with stress and difficult situations, and manage feelings of anger, frustration, sadness, and anxiety. I provide clients with the opportunity to experience the change they are searching for.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 718-8038
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
Treatment Facility
“Inroads To Recovery is a mental health and substance abuse treatment facility located in Omaha Nebraska. Offering treatment for Adults, Children and adolescents. Inroads to Recovery offers treatment for substance use disorders and mental health issues for adults ranging from Outpatient medication management all the way to a 30 -short term residential facility for ages 18 and up. Inroads to recovery is also proud to announce the addition of doctors Michael Coy M.D and Cynthia Paul M.D. to our medical staff. Dr. Coy is a certified Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist was well as being certified in General Psychiatry and Dr. Paul is a General and Forensic Psychiatrist.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 920-5373 x110
Omaha, Nebraska 68134
Gary Lehmer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LMHP, LIMHP
“If you are feeling stressed, depressed, anxious, frustrated, trapped, or like your life is out of control, help is on the way. I am here to tell you that you don't have to go through the rest of your life feeling this way. If you are willing to show up and work hard in therapy, you will be amazed how much better you will feel, and how quickly. After our first scheduled therapy appointment, you will know exactly what the problem is, why it's happening and some idea of what the treatment process will look like.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 875-5518
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
Karen E. Baumstark, Psychologist  in Omaha
“You want to make changes in your life. You want to break out of the old patterns and problems that are holding you back. But you're not sure what to do. I can help you access and develop your inner and outer resources to create better relationships and a more satisfying life. With over 30 years experience as a therapist, I am an effective life-change partner for you. We will work together to understand the root causes of your problems, so you can make real, lasting, and significant changes in the aspects of your life that are making you unhappy.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 881-0993
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Michelle K Dubay, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LIMHP, LADC, PC
“Do you feel like you've come to a fork in the road and find yourself looking for solutions in all the wrong places? Wouldn't it be nice to feel emotionally hardy with a wealth of tools to cope with life instead of turning to drugs, alcohol, or other self-damaging behaviors. You do not have to do it alone. It is my goal to offer you the tools you need to manage your emotions, your stress and your addiction.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 835-0966
Omaha, Nebraska 68114
Stephen J Abraham, Counselor  in Omaha
“I work with individuals, couples, families, adolescents, children, and LGBTQs. I like to delve into the depression, anxiety, or whatever is troubling you to get at and transform, moving towards a productive satisfying life. I'm good at getting at the potential, power, genius, and strength which lies within, surfacing creativity, health, and well being. Usually, when one discovers their potential it is like dropping a pebble in the calm lake, rippling goodness for all around them.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 519-4063
Omaha, Nebraska 68114
Lynn Anderson De Mott, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Life is filled with challenges and transitions as we grow and age. I will help you address changes at a pace that is most comfortable for you. Together, we create a strategies for achieving and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Developing a therapeutic relationship allows for exploration and healing of the self and other relationships which leads to improved life satisfaction. I also provide mediation and conflict coaching for families in the process of divorce.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 330-1537 x14
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Laura Lentz, Counselor  in Omaha
“Finding the right therapist is perhaps the most important part of the therapy process. You want someone you can feel comfortable sharing your thoughts and feelings without judgment. You want to know that your therapist has your best interests in mind always, and sees things objectively. You want someone who has advanced training, experience, skill and offers sound encouragement. You want someone who would practice what is recommended and feels called to walk along side you during some of life's most difficult moments. If this is where you are beginning, consider starting here.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 965-0989
Omaha, Nebraska 68130
Sarah Scott, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LIMHP
“Hello! I enjoy working with clients who are motivated and willing to work towards happiness and mental health. My specialties are anxiety, stress, depression, relationship problems, and dealing with past trauma. I have worked with a large variety of diagnoses and problems, including mood disorders, thought disorders, suicidal thoughts, crisis intervention, relapse prevention, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and personality disorders. My professional and educational experiences allow me to tailor our sessions to your unique situation.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 608-2023
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
Daniel A Pont, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LMHP
“Life is complicated. Problems can be tough to solve. So let's get to work, get practical and make things better. I have over 23 years of experience helping parents with challenging teens, couples with relationship frustrations, and individuals who are trying to get on track. You can bet that issues similar to yours have been addressed and improved before, and together, with the best information about previous successes, we can create a unique solution for you, too. Sometimes, the most important step is making the call, and the second is having someone listen and truly hear you.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 835-0962
Omaha, Nebraska 68137
Renee L Johnson, Counselor  in Omaha
“Are you looking for a safe place where you can be heard? Do you feel anxiety and depression are keeping you from living your fullest life? Is your relationship or marriage falling apart? Do you have intrusive thoughts that never seem to quit? If you're searching for someone who will listen, encourage and help you live the life you were created to live, I would like to meet with you. You will find an accepting environment based on honesty and respect where you can learn how to overcome and work through issues that may be causing you emotional discomfort and distress.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 909-0156
Omaha, Nebraska 68164
Marcia A Wragge, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LCSW
“In my private practice, I enjoy seeing women, men, couples, teens, and young adults. I have training in psychodynamic psychotherapy and am comfortable treating people struggling with a variety of life's dilemmas, including: depression; anxiety; mood disorders; trauma; grief; ADHD; and life stage, gay and lesbian, and communication issues. I have been a psychotherapist in the Omaha area since 1996. My first masters degree is in speech/language pathology (SLP). I have been an SLP for nearly 30 years, working in the public schools for 13 years. To me, psychotherapy and speech/language are the perfect blend.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 527-1773
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Susan M Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LIMHP, LICSW
“Are you getting less and less sleep at night due to worries and depression? Life can be tough at times due to problems with relationships, decision making and change and loss. When trauma happens (big or small) in our lives we tend to go into fight, flight or freeze modes. I can help. Using various therapy techniques we can sort through your life problems and solve them. Learn and practice new coping mechanisms to deal with and understand whatever life throws you.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 395-8941
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
Sheryl Overby, Counselor  in Omaha
“First let me say, therapy is one of the things that we all, including myself, NEED to do from time to time. It is however, not something we WANT to do. Therapy is hard and it takes a lot of courage to face the problems in your life or your family. Congratulations on taking the first step. I encourage you to be diligent in finding someone that is knowledgeable, trustworthy and displays mutual respect. I specialize in helping folks with sexual abuse issues. Including survivors of childhood sexual abuse (all ages) and young people with sexualized behavior.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 316-4546
Omaha, Nebraska 68137

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Marriage Counseling Therapists
If you're looking for marriage counseling in Omaha or for an Omaha marriage counselor these professionals provide marriage counseling services. They include marriage and family counselors in Omaha (or sometimes referred to as 'marriage family counselors' or 'family marriage counselors') and Christian marriage counselors. These counselors are licensed and are drawn from the best in their field.

Note: Counselling (with a double 'l') is the more traditional spelling of the term in Canada and the UK, so the same terms might appear as marriage counselling in Omaha or for an Omaha marriage counsellor who provides marriage counselling services in Omaha. They include marriage for couples.

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

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