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“Fully licensed clinical psychologist with over 27 years private practice in Lincoln. Goal action oriented brief therapy emphasizing dignity, self esteem, and empowering the individual to be able to effect change. Cognitive behavioral therapy. An individually tailored approach for each client. Life should not just be used up, it should be a joy and a challenge.
(402) 718-9120
Lincoln, Nebraska 68516
Allyson G. Northup, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Lincoln
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, LIMHP
“I believe therapy offers people an opportunity to gain a better understanding of who they are, where they've come from, who they'd like to be, and where they'd like to go. Life can become overwhelming quickly. Too often people forget that it's okay to stop and ask for directions. As a therapist, I believe the most important part of the human experience is feeling comfortable in your own skin and feeling in control of your own life. When it all becomes too much, support from a therapist can be one of the most gratifying and rewarding experiences.
(402) 260-5188
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506
Gwen Bell, Counselor  in Lincoln
“My passion for working with others to find solace in their life has spanned a period of 21 years; both as a therapist & a school administrator. No matter who we are, there are obstacles & roadblocks that we need help overcoming. Sometimes, we need someone with whom we can bare our soul; sometimes we need reassurance that our thoughts are reasonable; sometimes we just need someone to listen. Life does not always turn out how we imagined. I have the background, skills, and experience tohelp others get as close to that imagined life as possible.
(402) 513-0702
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506
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.
(402) 965-0303 x205
Lincoln, Nebraska 68512
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.
(402) 951-9415
Lincoln, Nebraska 68503
Peg L. Carson, MS, LIMHP, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Lincoln
“Looking for a counselor can be confusing. Will you like the counselor? Will they understand what you are looking for in therapy? I know that in your first call you will want guidance and will have questions. I want you to feel welcome by 20 years of helping families, individuals and groups. As a psychotherapist, it is important to me that your counselor be in tune with your goals and would refer you to a counselor if we would not be a good fit. Sessions are for you and I want you to feel guidance and direction your first visit.
(402) 615-9102
Lincoln, Nebraska 68516
Colleen Lecher, Counselor  in Lincoln
“I have lived life in many arenas and have much to offer. I am truly a fan of Christianity being the true healing power. But being human we need coping skills effective in this world.
(402) 403-6635
Lincoln, Nebraska 68502
Erin Michelle (Gardner) Kramer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lincoln
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LIMHP, MSW
“I thrive in diversity! I can say that the factor which drew me into this profession is as follows. I get to know the characteristics that make each of my clients VALUEABLE for their unique selves.We ALL have problems, and unique obstacles. When asked what I "specialize" in, it cannot be categorized into a certain diagnosis! I "specialize" in understanding each client as an Individual, so that I may tailor an individualized plan to help them!
(402) 615-9619
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506
“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
Erica Jw Sullivan, Counselor  in Lincoln
“Take back your life. Depression, anxiety, substance abuse and other issues can take over and keep you struggling. Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy I can help you get unstuck and start living a life based on your values.
(402) 858-7460
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
Kelly Rook, Counselor  in Lincoln
“We all need help at some point in our lives. Even seeking therapy can feel overwhelming. If you are feeling lost and need help with moving forward in a positive direction, my experience has taught me that therapy can really help. Get unstuck, move beyond anxiety, address depression and reclaim your life!
(402) 317-5784
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
Elisha Sieck, Counselor  in Lincoln
“I provide counseling services primarily to adults and adolescent girls. I assist individuals, couples and families in working through relationship concerns, divorce, grief, trauma and depression. I have extensive training working with adults who have experienced a stressful or traumatic event in their life. These events include, but are not limited to accidents, adults abused as children, domestic violence, divorce, affairs, or abandonment. I also have much experience working with couples who are experiencing various infertility issues and/or miscarriage.
(402) 260-5098
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506
Tracy Prenosil, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lincoln
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LIMHP, PLADC
“Sometimes life throws obstacles in your path that seem insurmountable. Life can be hard, and it only becomes harder when you feel like you are no longer in control. Do you have relationship issues, a new or chronic medical diagnosis or an addiction you can no longer handle? Therapy can offer you support, education and insight into the barriers you face, and assist you in embracing the concept of becoming healthier, happier and more at peace with your life situation. I can help you gain control and navigate a path to the place you want your life to be.
(402) 509-8550 x4
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
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
Deb Baldwin, Counselor  in Lincoln
“**Evening Appointments** I have experience and passion for helping people who struggle with addictions. Substance abuse and emotional eating (food addiction) have two components: emotional and physical. I help address both of these to break the cycle of helplessness they create.
(402) 403-6253 x7
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
Gina Furr, Psychologist  in Lincoln
“When you've got that stuck feeling, when you're not sure how to make a change, when you need support - these are times I can help. I work from an interactive and empowering approach in therapy where we establish goals and work for change that matches your needs, your life, and your context. I can help uncover your natural resiliency and take steps towards a more fulfilling life. Many clients say they are surprised when they are able to break old patterns. Therapy should not be mysterious, nor does it need to last a long time. Click on my site for more info.
(402) 318-7981
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506
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
Empowerment Psychotherapy,   in Lincoln
“It takes courage to seek help in therapy, but the rewards can be lifelong. I learned to love therapy because I sought therapy as a young adult. Later it became my mission--to help others in their journey of the Human Condition. My very wise mentor taught me years ago that every therapist should have a therapist--a support system of check and balances so that we-as therapists can help our clients move toward their greatest and highest good: to live into their potential and by doing so then we fulfill our own potential. What's your mission?
(402) 307-2565
Lincoln, Nebraska 68542

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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.

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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.