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Therapists in Lincoln

Anne Whitney,   in Lincoln
“My clients are individuals who struggle with harsh realities like failing health, a partner with substance abuse, an unreasonable employer, a dying parent, angry child, or even their own past history and choices. Individuals and couples often need someone to listen to them and provide another viewpoint and insight into defeating or ineffective behaviors and how these might be changed. Therapy can enable you 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
Lincoln, Nebraska 68502
Diane C. Marti, Psychologist  in Lincoln
“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
Lincoln, Nebraska 68516
Bryon Kenneth Bratt, Counselor  in Lincoln
“I believe life is a journey and I see my role as a therapist is to assist people when their journey becomes difficult or confusing due to struggles in life. My experience includes working in both a clinical and non-clinical setting with people dealing with depression, anxiety, sexual trauma and personality disorders (borderline, anti-social, narcissistic, depressive, and histrionic) and major mental illness (schizophrenia, bi-polar, major depression, and panic disorder).
(402) 948-4531
Lincoln, Nebraska 68504
Patty Kimberly-Martinez, Counselor  in Lincoln
“Every human being wants happiness and contentment, but at some point we all face challenges that leaves us confused, or even stuck. I realize it may not always be easy coming to a therapist, but I am also aware that personal growth, empowerment, and feeling whole are wonderful gifts to yourself. My hope is to foster trust by providing a safe environment to make sense of thoughts, feelings and pain. I love what I do and feel honored to gain your trust and hear about life, joys, and struggles.
(402) 620-6071
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
Helen Trotter, Psychiatric Nurse  in Lincoln
“I help my patients with a variety of mental health tools including psychotherapy, symptom management skills and, if needed, prescribing medications. I love my work in private practice helping people achieve their very best in life. I have over 20 years training and background in mental health psychotherapy and medications. I work primarily with adults and older teens. My past experience includes education at Creighton University to be a psychiatric RN at the Hastings and Lincoln Regional Centers. In 2008 I received a Post-Masters in Psychiatric Mental Health from UNMC and became a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner.
(402) 620-6143 x13
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
“I prefer to work with adolescent and young adult clients most. I have come to find that helping with self-esteem and empowerment issues are strengths of mine. Many young women and men in these age ranges struggle with them in addition to or conjunction with other mental health problems. I have helped several clients with self-mutilation and self-respect issues and have taken some extended training on these subjects. Bullying and self-respect are two other areas that are often addressed with many of my clientele.
(402) 965-0314
Lincoln, Nebraska 68502
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.
(402) 403-1146
Lincoln, Nebraska 68512
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.
(402) 518-2044
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
Vanessa Neuhaus, Provisional Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist A  in Lincoln
Verified by Psychology Today
Provisional Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist A, MS, PLMFT, PLMHP
“Wishing you felt closer to your spouse or partner? Is anxiety or depression taking over? It is important for you to know that if you are suffering with postpartum depression or anxiety, have suffered the loss of your baby, have survived a traumatic event, or are struggling in your marital or partner relationship, you do not have to walk this journey alone. There is hope that you and your relationships can be restored. At New Life Psychotherapy, I want to walk alongside you and offer guidance, support, and tools that can help you achieve your mental health and relational goals.
(402) 395-8462
Lincoln, Nebraska 68583
Seth J Brown, Counselor  in Lincoln
“Evening hours available. Those who are overwhelmed, stressed, depressed and generally can't find happiness in their life can benefit from therapy. I am interested in working with you using a variety of approaches that are based on science to take back control of your thoughts, tension, and emotions. You can learn to slow your thoughts and impulses or to increase your mood. The scientifically based strategies can increase your ability to be you. To learn more visit my website or contact me directly.
(402) 951-9483
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
Anne Tapley, Counselor  in Lincoln
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, LMHP, CPC, LLC
“Professionally, I'm interested in Asperger's Disorder, Depression, Parenting Issues, Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI), co-occurring disorders (formerly called Dual Diagnosis Disorders), lifespan development/lifespan developmental psychopathology, and resiliency. I have been trained to work with clients across the age spectrum. I'm welcoming of clients of various backgrounds and beliefs.
(402) 798-1635
Lincoln, Nebraska 68516
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.
(402) 507-4742
Lincoln, Nebraska 68516
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
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.
(402) 527-1722
Lincoln, Nebraska 68508
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
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
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
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
Mary E Werner, Counselor  in Lincoln
“I work with people from all walks of life, presenting with the many problems and concerns, big and small that get in the way of living lives worth living.
(402) 281-9283
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506

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