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Medicaid Therapists in Omaha

Kay M Shilling, Psychiatrist  in Omaha
“Welcome to our office. Our office is dedicated to meeting your needs. We are flexible in our hours. We often can see you the same day or week. You will find the highest level of professionalism and care and concern with our approach. Dr. Shilling can do the psychotherapy as well as the medication management(if needed)at the same visit. Unless you already have a therapist, you will not need to see two different people to get your care. Dr. Shilling can prescribe medications if you need them.
Medicaid
(402) 393-4355
Omaha, Nebraska 68114
Kathy Wiley MS MSW, Counselor  in Omaha
“~~Adolescents~~Adults ~Chemical Dependency Evals/Families of Chemically Dependent ~~~~Health and Pain Management~~~Trauma, Abuse and PTSD~~~~Grief and Loss ~~~~Family Issues~~~Head Injury~~~ Have you felt stuck in a dead end job, with a toxic family member, unhealthy relationship or have overwhelming feelings? I offer a multi-therapeutic approach as a well trained and experienced therapist who will help you move forward in your life.
Medicaid
(402) 695-6519
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Amy Jo Murphy, Counselor  in Omaha
“There are times when we are faced with events in life that are beyond our ability to fully recover on our own. Together we can explore the roadblocks that prevent the healing process. Our experiences from the moment we were born shape our perceptions about life and self. Over time we become conditioned to exist in our environment. This conditioning is usually grounded in fear. That fear is usually grounded in distorted perceptions. Lasting change comes from the conscious challenging of those old distorted perceptions of ourselves and the world we live in and finding truth about who we really are.
Medicaid
(402) 835-4166
Omaha, Nebraska 68137
Ann E Gray, Counselor  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LIMHP, CPC, NCC
“If you are looking to figure out how to make a better life for yourself and are committed to personal growth, I am here to help. I have 15 years experience dealing with depression, anxiety, family issues, and mental illness. I like to develop a positive relationship that takes into account your own experiences as well as your goals and dreams. I work with you where you are, and am respectful of what you bring to therapy. I feel that sometimes we all just need a person to talk things out with and you often hold the answers within yourself.
Medicaid
(402) 507-4901
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
“I have worked as a professional in the mental health field for over 3 decades in a variety of settings, including inpatient. I have been in private practice 12 years in the Northwest Omaha area the last nine. i believe counseling is a partnership between the client and the counselor. Together we find solutions which work for you. I provide a safe,comfortable, confidential, caring environment where you may speak freely without being judged.
Medicaid
Omaha, Nebraska 68164
Kari R Perez, Psychologist  in Omaha
“Dr. Perez is a licensed psychologist who provides skills and strategies to change problematic thoughts and behaviors that are contributing to the client's distress. She provides a safe, non-judgmental place in which the client can clearly identify what needs changing, while providing the support and skills needed to make those changes.
Medicaid
(402) 507-4657
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Barb Detlefsen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, LIMHP
“Are you having trouble processing a disturbing life experience -- for example, childhood or adult abuse, relationship issues, accidents, assaults, or excessive grief? Do you ever think to yourself: "I'm not safe," or "It's my fault," or "I'm not good enough"?? If so, working through these experiences in therapy can potentially help shift your thoughts and beliefs to more positive core principles, such as, "I am stronger because of my experiences" and "Bad things happened to me in the past, but they don't have to define who I am now."
Medicaid
(402) 395-8553
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
Amber Fry, Counselor  in Omaha
“Are you facing challenges and want to get back to the life you want? I can help you learn new skills to overcome depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, ADHD, behavioral problems, obsessive compulsive disorder, or family conflict. Together, we will build on your strengths to help you or your child achieve the goals we set in therapy, whether that is overcoming anxiety or depression, building better relationships, or achieving peace with negative events in life.
Medicaid
(402) 509-8583
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
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!
Medicaid
(402) 312-0177
Omaha, Nebraska 68124
Kim Brown, Counselor  in Omaha
“I have over 24 years experience working with adolescents, individuals, couples and families. I work with you to address all obstacles that are stopping you from making progress in your life.
Medicaid
(402) 318-7654
Omaha, Nebraska 68137
Gary Lehmer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LMHP, LIMHP
“If you are feeling stressed, depressed, anxious, frustrated, trapped, or like your life is out of control, help is on the way. I am here to tell you that you don't have to go through the rest of your life feeling this way. If you are willing to show up and work hard in therapy, you will be amazed how much better you will feel, and how quickly. After our first scheduled therapy appointment, you will know exactly what the problem is, why it's happening and some idea of what the treatment process will look like.
Medicaid
(402) 875-5518
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
Conrado Rodriguez, Psychologist  in Omaha
“I am a bilingual psychologist, English and Spanish. I specialize in testing, evaluation, Family conflicts, ADHD, conduct disorder, and sexuality. If you are facing a divorce or relationship issues, I can help you. Furthermore, I can help you to improve your communication skills. If you feel anxious or depressed, do not hesitate to call me at 402-505-6044. Thank you for the privilege to serve you!
Medicaid
(402) 951-9989
Omaha, Nebraska 68105
Peter J Myhr, Counselor  in Omaha
“Most people are searching how to develop meaning in their lives? Have you ever considered working with someone to find this path? Someone who listens, and develops a relationship built on trust and care, where you can investigate and find answers to different problems? We all need to work on overcoming roadblocks in life, but a lot of us don't because we don't know where to start. I have over 15 years experience, and believe my experience, knowledge and compassion can assist you in developing the tools needed to reach your goals.
Medicaid
(402) 835-4324
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.
Medicaid
(402) 316-7370
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
Kim Schenkelberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Many people seek therapy for a variety of reasons from mental health to personal happiness. Together we can design a plan for you to reach your full potential. I believe in holistic approaches and feel the mind/body experience is important to our well being. I look forward to discussing your specific needs during a free phone consultation.
Medicaid
(402) 415-2530
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
Rachel McAlpin, Counselor  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LIMHP, LMHC, SMFT
“Life throws us obstacles at times. Find your wings and soar to great heights! Trauma affects us in difficult ways; anywhere from many little traumas or a big trauma. Relationship issues, job stress/loss, unstable support systems; all contribute to how we handle life. Let me assist you in building yourself back up and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. My eclectic approach allows me to assist people by individually catering to their specific needs. I work with children (ages 3-18) and adults. I offer individual and family sessions.
Medicaid
(402) 920-5834
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Rob Runion, Counselor  in Omaha
“I believe that everyone should be able to live their lives to the fullest. For many, there is something that gets in the way. I would like the opportunity to help you learn how to have a better way of life. I have experience helping adults and adolescents make changes in their lives. I like to find out my client's strengths and build off of that. Look, everyone struggles from time to time, but I'd like to see if I can help you change that. Let's see if we are a good fit.
Medicaid
(402) 513-3415
Omaha, Nebraska 68116
Jim Haley, Psychologist  in Omaha
“I believe empathy, collaboration, and motivation are vital in counseling. As a clinician, I want to learn about what has gotten you to this point. I offer a safe, nonjudgmental environment to help facilitate this. I am particularly interested in your strengths, resources, past efforts, and goals including what you feel can and can't be done. I believe most problems stem from suppressed emotions, interpersonal difficulties, environmental stressors, or distorted beliefs and assumptions. Together, we will work to select the most effective course to achieve changes you want and need.
Medicaid
(402) 330-1537 x16
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Tara Thomsen, Counselor  in Omaha
“Each person is unique,and deserves to be treated as an individual. I believe in providing support and acceptance to assist you in feeling safe sharing problems. Being down to earth and approachable are things I strive for. I hope to assist you in finding tools to feel better so you can find your "best" life. Usually, I am able to find time for new clients within 48 hours and can accommodate most schedules. I am happy to consult with you to see if I am the right therapist for you.
Medicaid
(402) 318-3029
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Sheryl Overby, Counselor  in Omaha
“First let me say, therapy is one of the things that we all, including myself, NEED to do from time to time. It is however, not something we WANT to do. Therapy is hard and it takes a lot of courage to face the problems in your life or your family. Congratulations on taking the first step. I encourage you to be diligent in finding someone that is knowledgeable, trustworthy and displays mutual respect. I specialize in helping folks with sexual abuse issues. Including survivors of childhood sexual abuse (all ages) and young people with sexualized behavior.
Medicaid
(402) 316-4546
Omaha, Nebraska 68137

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