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Grief Therapists in Omaha
Bereavement, Loss, Mourning

Hannah Mirmiran, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LIMHP, CGP
“As a therapist, I facilitate change and growth by helping each person identify and develop inner strength. By building a relationship with each client, I create a foundation of trust and respect. I help people speak and honor their truth, build self-esteem and become empowered. I have experience and training related to grief, cancer, childhood sexual abuse, infertility, pregnancy loss and difficult pregnancies, divorce, trauma and life transitions. I also have experience with LGBT clients. I provide a safe, confidential and supportive environment for the work we will do together. I offer individual, couples, and group therapy.
Grief
(402) 403-1354
Omaha, Nebraska 68132
Tracey Jahn, Counselor  in Omaha
“Are you tired of feeling unhappy, frustrated and discouraged? Are you ready to make a change, but don't know where to begin? When life is getting the best of you, I can offer hope. I help adults establish healthy boundaries and be assertive. Imagine having the confidence and communication skills to be taken seriously and understood in your personal and professional life. Imagine feeling in control. If you are struggling with grief, stress, anxiety, relationship or career issues I will help you achieve goals that lead to empowerment, happiness and satisfaction.
Grief
(402) 241-8563
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.
Grief
(402) 395-8941
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
Jayne M Stickman, Counselor  in Omaha
“Life is messy! Our life experiences play a part in how we see and deal with our everyday life and relationships. When we live through grief, loss, abuse or pain, it leaves a mark on our being and may cause changes in our life, our attitude and our relationships. On some occasions we can shrug off our concerns, and continue with our daily routine.Sometimes the past can knock the wind right out of us! Sometimes we need a little help to get back up. Give me a call and we can sort life out together!
Grief
(402) 316-7985
Omaha, Nebraska 68164
Gail Bos, Counselor  in Omaha
“Are you feeling overwhelmed and unsure of how to deal with situations in your life? You have the ability to live beyond life challenges. Within a nurturing and safe environment, you will be able to learn more about yourself and better understand your actions and behaviors. We will work through the process of self-discovery and empowerment that will help you develop a more purposeful and balanced coping style. With counseling, you can develop self-appreciation and awareness to be the person you want to be.
Grief
(402) 527-1071
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Denise Legg, Counselor  in Omaha
“Life is hard. Relationships are difficult. But hope, help, and healing are within your reach. I have been working with individuals and families experiencing a wide array of life issues for over a decade. My goal as a therapist is to provide a caring, compassionate, and confidential setting where an individual, couple, or family can make positive, healthy changes, develop effective and life-changing coping skills as well as improve self-esteem/self-image.
Grief
(402) 509-8679
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Anne E Barker, Counselor  in Omaha
“Whether you are an adult having difficulty coping with life stressors, a couple looking to improve your relationship, a parent looking for support in managing a difficult child, or a teenager trying to figure out who you are and what to do next, I can help. Working with you in a safe, supportive environment, I will listen compassionately to your story, and then help you create changes in your thinking, feeling and behavior that will allow you to identify and resolve worries and hurts, communicate better with others, improve your relationships and enhance your ability to cope with life's disappointments and stressors.
Grief
(402) 609-7752
Omaha, Nebraska 68104
Cassi Corinn Wigington, Counselor  in Omaha
“New Image's strategies for positive outcomes include but are not limited to: offer support services to help individuals cope with the emotional and social impacts of a life altering event; empower individuals to feel more hopeful and in control; give individuals the tools to manage their expectations; and whether the need is to epress your fears, triumphs, or concerns we are here for you.
Grief
(402) 241-8560
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Kristan A Kiger, Counselor  in Omaha
“Change can be very intimidating and difficult to accept, as well as the adjustment to these changes. I believe we all can make changes in our lives to help build a stronger foundation for our future, our family, and all relationships. With my support you can make the changes you want for yourself a reality during these difficult adjustments.
Grief
(402) 403-6395
Omaha, Nebraska 68137
Bonnie Sarton Mierau, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LIMHP, CMSW
“I believe in the therapeutic process. I want you to feel better and find relief. It is my goal for you to learn skills, have insights, and feel supported on your path to a better life, better relationships, and increased success. I have the training, knowledge and skills to provide an environment where you heal and thrive. Every person, every family, and every situation is unique. I listen to your needs and we develop a therapeutic plan to guide your healing process. As a welcoming, supportive, and experienced therapist, I consider it a privilege to work with those seeking healing.
Grief
(402) 765-8481
Omaha, Nebraska 68127
Center for Counseling & Psychotherapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
“As a therapist I enjoy working with a variety of groups. I do individual, family and couples therapy, but particularly enjoy working with teens and young women. I enjoy empowering youth while they transition through their developmental tasks and into adulthood. I enjoy working with individuals interested in overcoming obstacles and developing their true potential. I utilize a combination of psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral approaches to meet the needs of my clients. With unconditional support, we can examine ourselves and learn to move forward to meet our personal goals.
Grief
(402) 786-8056 x104
Omaha, Nebraska 68114
Kari Peters, Counselor  in Omaha
“The healthiest people in the world are those that know something just isn't right in their lives, but refuse to let it remain that way. These people are the ones who seek out help so that they can be happy again. I am excited to work with you as you "imagine" how you want to live your life, and then take the steps to get there. I am more than willing to walk with you and lead you down the road that will bring the smile back to your face.
Grief
(402) 395-8570
Omaha, Nebraska 68137
Mary Ellen Keeley, Counselor  in Omaha
“Men and women today are faced with multiple stressors under certain conditions that can lead to: depression, anxiety, grief, loss and trauma. These conditions can interfere with your ability to enjoy life. They also can have effects on your family, friends and jobs. My goal as a therapist is to help you identify the problems and learn added strategies, insights and solutions to deal with them more effectively so that you can experience more satisfaction and joy in living.
Grief
(402) 951-9894 x110
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Jim Haley, Psychologist  in Omaha
“I believe empathy, collaboration, and motivation are vital in counseling. As a clinician, I want to learn about what has gotten you to this point. I offer a safe, nonjudgmental environment to help facilitate this. I am particularly interested in your strengths, resources, past efforts, and goals including what you feel can and can't be done. I believe most problems stem from suppressed emotions, interpersonal difficulties, environmental stressors, or distorted beliefs and assumptions. Together, we will work to select the most effective course to achieve changes you want and need.
Grief
(402) 330-1537 x16
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
The Couples Coach, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Omaha
“Since 1990 I've helped couples create loving, lasting relationships. A premarital inventory (FOCCUS or PREPARE) pinpoints relationship strengths, and helps resolve conflicts. PREP communication and problem-solving skills let you both win. PREP Couples have greater satisfaction and 1/2 the risk of divorce. Feel like giving up? Couple counseling identifies the real problems and how to resolve them. Kids driving you crazy? Love & Logic strategies keep you calm, firm and kind as kids develop respect, responsibility and self-esteem. Individual counseling helps you overcome anger, depression, fears, stress; develop assertiveness, self-esteem, social comfort, willpower.
Grief
(402) 427-0963
Omaha, Nebraska 68152
Elizabeth J Beltz, Counselor  in Omaha
“The road we travel is not without bumps along the way. These bumps can be the loss of a job, loss of independence, end of relationship or death of a loved one. This may cause many overwhelming feelings of denial, anger or sadness. These are all normal feelings when dealing with life, however if you find yourself having difficulty overcoming these feelings it might be helpful to seek help.
Grief
(402) 316-7376
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
Jennifer Daggett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LIMHP, LCSW
“I strive to help individuals, couples and families work through a variety of issues and facilitate the change they desire. I provide a safe and comfortable environment to explore current and past issues that are creating problems for you, while fostering personal insight and change. I am interested in working with children, adolescents and adults who are dealing with depression, anxiety, grief & loss, life-transitions; families experiencing blended family issues or parent/child conflict. I offer both days and evening hours.
Grief
(402) 951-9963 x103
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Deanna Hanquist, Counselor  in Omaha
“Are you searching for a way to put the joy back in your life? Just as we all want happiness, success, and meaningful relationships, we also sometimes feel broken and overwhelmed. Sometimes the events in our lives simply overshadow our ability to cope. This is when I am able to help. I help those who seek solutions to everyday life problems. I work with adults, couples, children, teenagers, and families struggling with stress, depression, anxiety, grief, relationship problems, and life transitions. In addition, I specialize in working with those struggling with adoption issues (both adoptees and parents).
Grief
(402) 502-5030
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Crystal and Associates, Counselor  in Omaha
“If you are seeking a safe place for self-discovery, a refuge during inner-healing of soul wounds of your past and resolution of current concerns, I would like to meet with you. The perspective we hold about ourselves, is a result of what has been absorbed throughout our lifetime. My goal is to creatively connect with you through understanding and acceptance, emerge from inner pain, discover wholeness so that you can begin to embrace life with a new lens. WOMENS ISSUES: Breaking free from faulty filters of childhood, co-dependency, shame, self-esteem, depression, grief, spiritual, emotional and various abuses.
Grief
(402) 603-4492
Omaha, Nebraska 68164
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