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Family Therapy Therapists in Lincoln

John Odell, Counselor  in Lincoln
“What do you do when you don't know what to do? Confused? Hurting? Angry? At these times, talking to someone with training and experience can help. I strive to provide a supportive setting where problems can be thoughtfully examined and helpful solutions found. We will set goals and timelines together, and I will use my training and experience to help you find answers that work for you. Therapy can work!! If you are thinking you need to talk with someone, please give me a call.
Family Therapy
(402) 261-3714
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
Blue Valley Behavioral Health, Treatment Facility  in Lincoln
“Blue Valley Behavioral Health (BVBH) has been providing outpatient Mental Health, Community Support, Medication Management and Substance Abuse counseling for almost 45 years to adults, youth and families. BVBH has a long standing reputation of providing professional and quality treatment to people of all ages who are dealing with problems such as anxiety, depression, anger, relationship difficulties, substance abuse and other related issues that are common to all of us. Our intent is simple, get to the core of the problem, find solutions and put them into place. Sometimes it can happen quickly other times it may take longer. No matter how long it takes to start to feelng better and making changes that last, you are not dealing with it alone. You are working with licensed staff that have the same goal in mind and that's helping you know the options that can make your life better. As a result, Change Happens. Please visit our website (bvbh.net), and while there, feel free to take a confidential behavioral health screen and find out how you are feeling. Choose a screen for anxiety, depression, bipolar, PTSD and substance abuse. Please call the Lincoln office or our other rural offices with any questions.
Family Therapy
(402) 858-6172
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506
Tracy List Kalnins, Psychologist  in Lincoln
“I started my journey in this field over 20 years ago and I really enjoy the variety of issues that clients bring into my office. My specialty areas of focus include mood, anxiety and adjustment disorders as well as health, medical, and neuropsychology issues. I strive to provide evidenced based interventions so that the client experiences effective treatment in a supportive setting. Clients tell me that they like my straight forward approach in sessions but it's not for everyone. I believe that through collaboration we can find positive change in even the most challenging situations.
Family Therapy
(402) 403-1146
Lincoln, Nebraska 68512
Bryan G Miller, Counselor  in Lincoln
“I have a doctorate degree with a specialization in Marriage and Family therapy. Practicing since 1989, my current work focuses on couples counseling, individual issues and consulting work. I also consult to organizations and families. A father of six and married since 1981, I try to bring practical, real-world experience to solving the issues many of us have in common through out the life-cycle. Feel free to check out my biography and other information on my website and blog at www.hsystemsconsulting.com.
Family Therapy
(402) 507-4742
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
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
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."
Family Therapy
(402) 603-5124
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506
Timothy Scott Schultz, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Lincoln
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, LMHP, LADC, LPC, CSAT
“I specialize in sex addiction treatment, mental health and other addictions. The focus of my practice is to help individuals, couples and family achieve healthy lives. This is accomplished by providing insight and skills through examining individual thinking and and family dynamics. I provide services that include intake procedures to insure confidentiality and comfort, treatment planning with clients to create success assessments to identify areas of potential growth, counseling that helps individuals become self aware to modify their beliefs in order to create healthier thinking, coordination with other professionals and support networks to provide success during recovery.
Family Therapy
(402) 817-4496
Lincoln, Nebraska 68521
Rick Mcneese, Psychologist  in Lincoln
“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
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
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 that, call today and schedule some time to focus on you.
Family Therapy
(402) 718-8467
Lincoln, Nebraska 68504
Nicole Trevena Flores, Counselor  in Lincoln
“My therapy philosophy is that making the decision to come to counseling is difficult enough so I try to make it as comfortable as possible when meeting with me, by creating a calm and relaxed environment. Especially, when it comes to kids, I think it is rarely their choice to come in so I try to ensure they feel at ease as much as possible when we are working together. I continually attend to the further development of my counseling skills by attending trainings and classes as well as consulting with others in the field.
Family Therapy
(402) 951-9415
Lincoln, Nebraska 68503
Danielle L Parrish, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Lincoln
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LIMHP, LMFT
“I love working with individuals, couples and families to help them find happiness, however they may define it. I have experience addressing a variety of problems including relationship conflict, depressed mood, anxiety, substance use, and severe and persistent mental illness. I also enjoy working with couples as they transition into new life stages such as marriage/commitment, parenthood, and empty-nesting.
Family Therapy
(402) 527-1722
Lincoln, Nebraska 68508
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.
Family Therapy
(402) 620-6094
Lincoln, Nebraska 68516
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
Teddi Reckling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lincoln
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, CMSW, LIMHP
“Sometimes In our co-journey of life, the issues and problems we face and try to resolve can be very difficult and our our usual methods of coping aren't working. Asking for help is okay. With some added insight and guidance from a counselor, you can often get back into life with additional coping skills and renewed energy. For over twenty years I have been able to help individuals, couples and families find their way through these transitions in life. I base my therapy on the belief that all people are worthy and deserving of a fulfilling life.
Family Therapy
(402) 835-0969
Lincoln, Nebraska 68522
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.
Family Therapy
(402) 718-8624
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506
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
Erika Ashby, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Lincoln
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, PLMHP, PLMFT
“I am a Marriage and Family Therapist with experience providing individual, couple, and family therapy in English and Spanish. I also have a certificate in Medical Family Therapy. I provide a holistic approach to therapy that incorporates not only the emotional and mental aspects of health traditionally focused on in therapy, but also the physical, social and spiritual components of health and how they impact overall well-being.
Family Therapy
(402) 902-4185
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
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.
Family Therapy
(402) 982-4065
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506

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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.