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Therapists in Lincoln

Judith M Gibson, Counselor  in Lincoln
“Are you feeling confused and bewildered about who you are, about a relationship - or life - and can't decide what to do next? Are you worried that you may be losing good qualities that you value in yourself? Is communication in important relationships not going as well as you'd like? Our lives can be stressed from things like conflict with a spouse/partner, our identity, our children, illness, workplace demands,aging parents - or just living in today's world. And that pressure may interfere with living our lives the way we want to.
(402) 466-6263
Lincoln, Nebraska 68503
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
Ryan W Tenopir, Counselor  in Lincoln
“I feel every individual is unique; therefore every therapeutic relationship is unique. For therapy to be successful it is essential that you find a therapist with whom you feel comfortable and understood. I respect the difficulty of undertaking the therapeutic journey, and therefore consider myself challenging yet empathetic. I consider myself and active therapist, yet the session is not about me...this is your time. I work with adolescents and adults on an individual basis. I also work with couples, families and groups.
(402) 835-4385
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
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
Julia Dreamer, Counselor  in Lincoln
“At some point in your life you may find yourself feeling unproductive, unsatisfied, stressed out, or even stuck in pattern's of self-destructive feelings and behaviors. Would you like to find yourself feeling more clear, hopeful, decisive and energetic? Would you like to learn mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, emotion regulation and distress tolerance?
(402) 316-4403
Lincoln, Nebraska 68516
Deb Baldwin, Counselor  in Lincoln
“**Evening Appointments** I have experience and passion for helping people who struggle with addictions, particularly eating disorders, sometimes called food addictions. Substance abuse, emotional eating, bulimia or anorexia 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
Nicole Kauk, Counselor  in Lincoln
“*Immediate openings for evenings & days.* Family conflict is one of my specialties. I assist struggling families with effective communication tools taught in a 6-week course for families and couples to safely and respectfully express needs and feelings. I'm trained to be ready for many different client issues including, but not limited to: ADHD, anxiety, depression, trauma, domestic violence, grief, self-harm, behavior issues, relationship issues, and life stage issues. I use an empathetic cognitive behavioral approach, with elements of motivational interviewing and solution focused therapy as needed by each person.
(402) 951-9912 x5
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
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.
(402) 835-0969
Lincoln, Nebraska 68522
Ian Charnley, Counselor  in Lincoln
“My desire is to assist individuals, couples, and families with developing and maintaining healthy relationships. I attempt to break down the stereotypes of what it means to be in a relationship while helping individuals define personal goals for growth. I believe with open communication, trust, and a shared vision, anyone can have the relationship they've always been looking for. I have extensive experience working with adolescents, adults, and families in a variety of settings. I believe in a holistic approach to wellness in which a healthy mind, body, and soul lead to a happier, more fulfilling life.
(402) 454-7662
Lincoln, Nebraska 68504
“I am well-suited for people who feel "stuck." I also work very well with highly gifted people as well as those who believe that they "don't fit in." The over-thinkers, the over-analyzers who find themselves unable to move forward will find a safe harbor for expression at Catalyst Counseling.
(402) 316-4297
Lincoln, Nebraska 68502
Carrie Semke, Psychologist  in Lincoln
“I have the privilege of primarily working with children and adolescents. My goal is to improve the mental, behavioral, and emotional functioning of children and to provide families with lasting changes and hope for the future. I love meeting and collaborating with children and families who are interested in making positive behavioral changes. I am currently located at Williamsburg Behavioral Psychology in Lincoln, Nebraska.
(402) 695-4870
Lincoln, Nebraska 68516
Multicultural Youth and Family Counseling, Counselor  in Lincoln
“I am uniqely qualified in treating youth and family with mental health and substance abuse issues. I will assist family in maintaining appropriate parent-child boundaries and recognizing how feelings are connected to misbehavior.
(402) 261-7017
Lincoln, Nebraska 68522
Kelli Higgins, Counselor  in Lincoln
“Evening Appointments Available! Clients find comfort in my controlled and confident approach to many difficult situations. Teenaged children can have challenging behaviors that make the routine of daily life impossible. The balance between maintaining a job, a home and a family can be overwhelming. After a tragic accident life changes forever and you are forced to adjust to a new normal. How does one adjust to changes for themselves or a loved one? When the realization of advanced age becomes reality how does one cope with loss of independence? The spirit of fierce independence is still strong but the body and mind can weaken.
(402) 281-9992
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
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
Brenda Rohren, Counselor  in Lincoln
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, MFS, LIMHP, LADC, MAC
“My focus is to help individuals and families heal from difficult life situations. People often face overwhelming challenges. I believe that no matter what happens in life, we always have choices. During the first sessions, we'll get to know each other, discuss your goals for therapy, and develop a plan to help you achieve balance and serenity in your life. I have 30 years of experience in all levels of care in mental health and substance abuse facilities (i.e., outpatient through inpatient treatment). I am also a Navy Veteran. __________________ Visit www.bhr-llc.com __________________
(402) 486-1101
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
Vickie Ann Frizzell Pratt, Counselor  in Lincoln
“Individuals and families are welcome to my practice. My practice name reflects my philosophy to assist in finding healthy solutions to life's problems that will promote quality living.
(402) 415-2666
Lincoln, Nebraska 68505
“"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
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
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

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