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Marriage Counseling Therapists in Omaha

Counseling Connections & Associates, Counselor  in Omaha
“At Counseling Connections & Associates we believe that individuals possess the knowledge and strength needed to create the changes they want in their lives. We focus on facilitating a supportive and collaborative relationship with clients to promote their insight about the feelings and events in their life. Clients are empowered to control the direction of their lives with new choices based on the insights gained in treatment. We provide professional counseling to individuals and couples motivated toward the improvement of themselves and the relationship with others in their lives. Treatment for clients is individually tailored to meet their needs. The therapeutic approach used at Counseling Connections & Associates focuses on the client's uniqueness and on the client realizing their fullest potential.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 718-8597
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Judy De Vries Counseling Inc, Counselor  in Omaha
“I have two main areas of focus in my practice. The first is to "help make order out of your eating". The second is to help restore broken relationships. Struggles in both of these areas can lead to unhealthy levels of anxiety and depression, also within my scope of expertise. My goal is to help my clients regain control of their lives by empowering them to use the physical, emotional, social and spiritual assets they already have to their highest potential.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 902-4948
Omaha, Nebraska 68114
Nathan J Seadore, Counselor  in Omaha
“Does something need to change in your life? Does something just feel off, and you aren't sure what or why? Feel like a cartoon character walking around with a storm cloud following you? Did something happen to you that you didn't deserve, or did you experience something painful that still feels fresh? Mental Health can be a mysterious stranger who lingers in your life unexamined or unquestioned, and it can affect every aspect of your being from work, family/kids, and other significant relationships. Most importantly it can distort what you see in the mirror everyday.
Marriage Counseling
(712) 522-4572
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
Deanna Hanquist, Counselor  in Omaha
“Are you searching for a way to put the joy back in your life? Just as we all want happiness, success, and meaningful relationships, we also sometimes feel broken and overwhelmed. Sometimes the events in our lives simply overshadow our ability to cope. This is when I am able to help. I help those who seek solutions to everyday life problems. I work with adults, couples, children, teenagers, and families struggling with stress, depression, anxiety, grief, relationship problems, and life transitions. In addition, I specialize in working with those struggling with adoption issues (both adoptees and parents).
Marriage Counseling
(402) 502-5030
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Anne M Marquardt, Counselor  in Omaha
“Do you feel hopeless and stuck? Is just getting through day to day not good enough anymore. Let me help you improve your life by being able to deal with the inevitable frustrations that make people want to quit. Perseverance and adaptability gets us farther than intelligence and luck ever will or have. If you are sick and tired of being sick and tired.....I can help. Some days we need a cheerleader with pom poms...some days, we may need a little "kick in the butt" or a push. All days we want to feel understood and accepted.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 316-7370
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
Mark D. Ziegenbein, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LIMHP, LMHP, LMFT
“I have worked with a variety of issues over my 30 years in my profession. I have been an Adjunct Instructor in the UN-O Graduate Counseling Department, Consultant to area psychiatric programs, Director of Outpatient programs, and a presenter to a wide range of businesses as well as my outpatient practice. I like the diversity of my practice in terms of diagnostic features rather than a particular specialty. My many years of practice have allowed me to work with such a wide range of circumstances and issues. I like the challenge this affords me to stay up on practice strategies and treatment options.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 403-6389
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
LeAnna Ludlow, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LIMHP, CMFT
“I am a trained Marriage and Family Therapist, and I LOVE to work with couples and families. I have extensive background working with couples on a variety of issues. I have spent an extensive amount of time working with kids and adolescents as well. My training as a Marriage and Family Therapist makes me uniquely qualified to help you deal with your concerns, whether you want to come in on your own, or as a whole family. It is wonderful to see relationships improve!
Marriage Counseling
(402) 495-0990 x6
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
Katherine Merkley, Psychologist  in Omaha
“Dr. Merkley provides therapy for adults and couples for a wide variety of issues. Among her areas of specialization are the treatment of depression, anxiety, panic disorder, anger, work/family stress, trauma, and relationship problems. Her primary therapy approach is cognitive behavioral therapy which research shows is an effective method of maintaining emotional and behavioral changes. In addition to therapy, Dr. Merkley is a Gottman Seven Principles Educator and is available for research based workshops or small group presentations for couples wishing to enhance their relationships.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 965-0489
Omaha, Nebraska 68137
Anita Akers, Counselor  in Omaha
“School is back in session. We are here to assist you with this transition. We specialize in assisting all individuals with struggles in concentration, impulsiveness, compliance, and stress. We understand the importance of a self expression during the teenage years or the anxiety of a child being away from their parents in the early years. We are just a phone call away to assist with this momentous occasion.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 507-4865
Omaha, Nebraska 68137
Mary Coady-Leeper, Psychologist  in Omaha
“I enjoy working with people who want to understand themselves and their feelings, and to change problem behaviors. I listen for experiences, trauma, and thought patterns that contribute to depression and anxiety. We explore familial, cultural, religious, and spiritual factors and how those influence--both positively and negatively. We discover and recover strengths. The connection through the therapeutic relationship is essential in providing the safety and understanding that helps the client change. Through this relationship, I assist clients to face their unhappiness, insecurity, conflicts--both inner and outer, depression and anxiety. In doing so, clients' feelings, thoughts and behaviors change.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 507-4298
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Omaha-Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Omaha
“I appreciate people who care and are engaged, but may need a little help. We are all intelligent, creative, funny and loving. Sometimes, all you need is help finding that path. I like people who are willing to be open and give it a try. This may look like an individual looking to face changes, or maybe a couple looking to learn how to communicate or find that lost spark. In other cases, this may involve business partners or family members learning how to trust one another. I like to work with people who are willing to do the work.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 807-2071
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
Laura Lentz, Counselor  in Omaha
“Finding the right therapist is perhaps the most important part of the therapy process. You want someone you can feel comfortable sharing your thoughts and feelings without judgment. You want to know that your therapist has your best interests in mind always, and sees things objectively. You want someone who has advanced training, experience, skill and offers sound encouragement. You want someone who would practice what is recommended and feels called to walk along side you during some of life's most difficult moments. If this is where you are beginning, consider starting here.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 965-0989
Omaha, Nebraska 68130
Omaha Sex Therapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
“I am a Certified Sex Therapist through the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT); as well as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). I provide sex therapy and education to improve personal relationships, address sexual concerns, enhance sexual pleasure, and work through personal trauma that may be affecting intimate relationships. I specialize in working with individuals with disabilities, kink/fetishes, and polyamory.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 858-0675
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Jason Workman, Counselor  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LMHP, PLADC, CCTP
“Do you want to overcome life issues, traumatic experiences, or simply desire help in reaching your life goals? I would love to help. I have worked with Individuals, adolescents, couples, and parents that have given me the honor to work with them; together we have seen life change for the better. My experience includes working with issues of self-esteem, anxiety, depression, and anger; specializing in grief, tragic loss and trauma. Do you suffer from addiction and want freedom? Services are available such as chemical dependancy evaluations and addiction focused therapy involving individual and group therapy.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 507-4249
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Scotti Thralls, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LIMHP
“I am very interested in helping people who are undergoing a major transition in their life, who may be experiencing anxiety, depression or relationship problems. Having a warm, safe place to discuss your issues is important for your potential growth. Together we can help define your goals for change and growth. No matter your age or place in life, you can replace old fears or negative thinking with new, positive self-messages. If there is anything we know about life, it is that there will always be change. My goal for you is to help make that a positive change.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 395-8203
Omaha, Nebraska 68114
Lynn Anderson De Mott, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Life is filled with challenges and transitions as we grow and age. I will help you address changes at a pace that is most comfortable for you. Together, we create a strategies for achieving and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Developing a therapeutic relationship allows for exploration and healing of the self and other relationships which leads to improved life satisfaction. I also provide mediation and conflict coaching for families in the process of divorce.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 330-1537 x14
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Mike Rolland, Counselor  in Omaha
“I have over 15 years of experience in the counseling field. I'm dually credentialed in chemical dependency and mental health. I do alcohol and drug evaluations. I am certified by the EMDR Institute, Inc. as a EMDR clinician. Expertise areas: Cognitive Behavior Therapy, EMDR and other techniques. I enjoy working with a variety of clients and mental health issues.I work well with ADHD, behavior issues, self esteem, depression and anxiety, adjustment disorders, interpersonal and relational issues in marriage and families. Insurance panels: BCBS, Aetna, Medicaid and various others. I also accept private pay clients.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 337-6036
Omaha, Nebraska 68116
Sara Pattavina Moulton, LIMHP, P.C., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
“The patients with which I work most effectively are those who are tired of feeling discouraged or those who continue to ask themselves how often they are going to repeat the same destructive patterns in their lives. As we work together, I can guide you to identify and overcome the barriers that prevent changes; and help you reach your goal of moving forward in a positive direction. Whether you are interested in addressing ongoing emotional distress- depression and anxiety- or dealing with a recent life change such as divorce, death, injury, relationship change, please contact me so we can discuss your needs!
Marriage Counseling
(402) 312-0177
Omaha, Nebraska 68124
All About Change, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
“Life is ALL ABOUT CHANGE presenting us with one oppportunity after another to stretch and grow. Learn how to look at the ordinary in an extraordinary way. Develop the ability to accept the change rather than resist it. Learn how to solve problems in a peaceful, productive, and positive way.The ability to connect with children and help them work through issues of anger, divorce, or family problems is an expertise of mine.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 909-0192
Omaha, Nebraska 68102
Mary Brendis, Counselor  in Omaha
“For over 20 years, Mary has counseled adults, children, adolescents and families experiencing individual, family, school and work difficulties and transitions. Mary works with clients on specific issues, including depression, anxiety, panic, abuse, extreme anger, grief, low self-esteem, co-dependency, ADHD, OCD, PTSD, eating disorders, addiction, work issues, difficulty in school and parenting difficulties. Her background working with local school districts to counsel struggling adolescents helps Mary as she works with adolescents and their parents when they experience difficulties.
Marriage Counseling
(402) 835-4386
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
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Marriage Counseling Therapists
If you're looking for marriage counseling in Omaha or for an Omaha marriage counselor these professionals provide marriage counseling services. They include marriage and family counselors in Omaha (or sometimes referred to as 'marriage family counselors' or 'family marriage counselors') and Christian marriage counselors. These counselors are licensed and are drawn from the best in their field.

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