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Therapists in York

“I am an Independent Mental Health Practitioner and a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor. I have over 20 years of experience. I work with families,addictions,children and adolescents.
(402) 362-5650
York, Nebraska 68467
Anne Whitney,   in York
“My clients are individuals who struggle with harsh realities like failing health, a partner with substance abuse, an unreasonable employer, a dying parent, an angry child, or even their own past history and choices. Individuals and couples often need someone to listen to them and weigh in, along with the chance to make course corrections that will put them on a better path. Therapy can provide this. You can begin to feel stronger within yourself and happier about your life and relationship(s). As you begin to know yourself better and to change what you can, your situations also change.
(402) 318-7327
Office is near:
York, Nebraska 68467
Family Resources of Greater Nebraska, P.C., Marriage & Family Therapist  in York
“Family Resources of Greater Nebraska, P.C. is a group of clinicians who are dedicated to helping individuals, couples, families and businesses reach their greatest potential. Our expertise, experience, training and teamwork make us a leading resource for behavioral health services in Central Nebraska. We specialize in building strong relationships, knowing that mental health is greatly influenced by the quality of our relationships. Whether working with individuals, couples or businesses, our training and caring influences the positive outcomes we experience with our clients.
(308) 210-2313
Office is near:
York, Nebraska 68467
Diane C. Marti, Psychologist  in York
“My training has been quite diverse thus I enjoy working with individuals of all ages and needs. My ideal client is an individual who understands the need to seek help or guidance and is willing to work with me on these concerns. I have over 15 years of clinical experience and enjoy working with "systems" (e.g., schools, families, support systems). I prioritize consultation with schools when addressing school-based behaviors such as underachievement, learning disabilities, and bullying concerns. I take a "strength-based" approach, always attempting to work within the clients talents and building from that point forward.
(402) 620-6867
Office is near:
York, Nebraska 68467
Carrie L Gottschalk, Counselor  in York
“Life’s joys and beautiful moments can be spectacular and fulfilling, just as life’s challenges can be overwhelming and heartbreaking. When life events have created roadblocks in your journey, it is only natural to seek out assistance, guidance, and support. I have spent over 18 years in the fields of education and mental and behavioral health working with children, adolescents, adults and families in overcoming these roadblocks. I believe in the importance of the therapeutic relationship, and provide a comfortable and accepting environment for you to feel safe to discuss and work through your personal struggles.
(402) 835-0681
Office is near:
York, Nebraska 68467
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