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Medicaid Therapists in Omaha

Magda M Blanco, Counselor  in Omaha
“I am a bilingual psychotherapist (fluent in both English and Spanish) who can help you feel better! I specialize in relationships, sexuality, ADHD, anxiety, and depression. I will help you in improving your relationships, which is one of the most important sources of happiness and unhappiness. I can help you better relationships with your significant other, your family, your friends, or even business partners and coworkers. I can help you get your mood up and I can help you beat unhappiness.
Medicaid
(402) 794-1210
Omaha, Nebraska 68105
Michelle S Wieme, Counselor  in Omaha
“As a therapist I am direct, interactive and results oriented. I provide support and practical feedback to help you effectively and competently address personal challenges and life experiences. With compassion, humor and understanding, I will work with you to help you build on your own strengths and attain personal change and growth.
Medicaid
(402) 858-0793
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
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
Susan M Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LIMHP, LICSW
“Are you getting less and less sleep at night due to worries and depression? Life can be tough at times due to problems with relationships, decision making and change and loss. When trauma happens (big or small) in our lives we tend to go into fight, flight or freeze modes. I can help. Using various therapy techniques we can sort through your life problems and solve them. Learn and practice new coping mechanisms to deal with and understand whatever life throws you.
Medicaid
(402) 395-8941
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
Heather Lynne McCue, Counselor  in Omaha
“Give yourself a gift. Counseling is an opportunity to share your dreams, desires, goals, frustrations, thoughts, inspirations, etc. without fear of rejection or judgement. Counseling is an experience where you can create and express yourself. Take time to give yourself the gift of undivided attention and focus on you. YOU desire the wonderful gift, take time to express YOU. You can achieve your deepest desires and experience satisfaction and enjoyment through the counseling process. Counseling is about you and meeting your needs and wants. Take this opportunity to focus on creating happiness and joy not only in your life but in your interactions with others.
Medicaid
(402) 920-5268
Omaha, Nebraska 68135
Omaha Integrative Care, Treatment Facility  in Omaha
Treatment Facility
“Please note: We are not an intensive outpatient treatment center. Omaha Integrative Care is dedicated to improving the health and well-being of people experiencing physical, emotional or spiritual transitions. By providing a sanctuary of care for both our practitioners and patients, we work towards identifying a personalized approach to health. Our mission is to work in partnership with medical professionals to treat the whole person: body, mind and spirit using evidence-based integrative services. Our licensed mental health therapists are specifically trained in integrative medicine and mind/body medicine to treat a variety of issures including but not limited to general health and wellness, oncology, and infertility. We offer mind/body programs and coordinate care with all professionals including our yoga teachers, massage therapists, nutritionists and acupuncturist.
Medicaid
(402) 238-1770
Omaha, Nebraska 68118
Denisa Hollendieck, Counselor  in Omaha
“People are often times are searching for ways to improve their lives, find greater happiness, or improve their relationships. No matter what the reason for seeking counseling, I believe we all have the power to overcome our life obstacles. It takes a tremendous amount of strength and courage to reach out for support with vulnerable areas in life, and I strive to provide a safe and supportive environment to assist client's on their journey. My compassionate, direct, and collaborative style helps clients to feel comfortable and supported down their path of counseling.
Medicaid
(402) 807-2707
Omaha, Nebraska 68102
Kellie M Willms, Counselor  in Omaha
“Being able to trust and to be open and honest your therapist is the most important factor in choosing a counselor and maintaining a therapuetic, helpful relationship. Therapy can not work without it. My strengths are building open, positive, and helpful relationships with my clients and being able to give and accept feedback. I am a friendly person, I like to smile, and I bring humor into session. I am passionate about what I do and I am lucky to love my job.
Medicaid
(402) 507-4203
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
“You have likely come to this site because you want to change how you are currently experiencing life. I believe that we all reach forks in the road and circumstances make it difficult to select the path that enriches our lives. My goal is to help clients put the past where it belongs, thrive in the present and look toward the future with greater satisfaction. I will meet you where you are in life and provide a safe, trusting, and nurturing environment that promotes growth and change and move at a pace that is comfortable for you.
Medicaid
(402) 807-2984
Omaha, Nebraska 68104
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
Tenora Mead, Counselor  in Omaha
“Life is a journey and at times can be lonely and I am a firm believer that having an outside perspective to offer support, guidance and unconditional acceptance can be of extreme value and importance. Whether it be relationship issues, low self-esteem, challenges with communicating, struggles with work, difficulties making decisions, frustrations with teens or even with parents, divorce, eating disorders and just general life coaching, having a compassionate support can make all the difference a person needs to live a successful and HAPPY life! Call today and take the first step towards change!
Medicaid
(402) 795-1636
Omaha, Nebraska 68114
Cynthia S. Topf, Psychologist  in Omaha
“Sometimes the hardest thing about counseling is making that first call. Your specific concerns and individuality define your therapy experience. Problems relating to abuse,divorce, custody issues, depression,anxiety,parenting and coping with difficult or unexpected life changes are often initial topics that lead people into my office. Whether engaging with young ones in play therapy, problem solving with conflicted adolescents or helping adults in the change process, goals are always specific to the individual person/family and their values. I have performed psychological and custody evaluations which have led to being an expert witness for the courts in several different states.
Medicaid
(402) 982-4129
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
A Desired Life Therapy and Counseling, LLC, Counselor  in Omaha
“Everyone has moments where they feel stuck and need help getting through life stressors. Whether you are an adult having trouble coping with depression or anxiety symptoms, yourself or family member struggling with substance use, a couple looking to strengthen key components of a relationship, a parent looking for support in managing a child's behaviors, a family with the desire to improve communication and structure, or a teenager struggling with interpersonal relationships, I am here to help. Working with you in a safe and supportive environment, I will listen compassionately to your story and help you create changes in your thinking, feeling, and behavior.
Medicaid
(402) 858-6778
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
“Individuals and families seeking support for their unmanageable feelings and relationships. My expertise is working with children and teenagers struggling with low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, self-harming behaviors, or substance abuse. My experiences include working with victims of domestic violence, sexual or physical abuse. Families struggling with acting out children or teenagers displaying defiance, poor grades, or struggling to manage their daily lives. I have extensive history working with children and families in dysfunctional relationships, suffering from loss, grief, or engaging in impulsive and high risk behaviors.
Medicaid
(402) 682-8091
Omaha, Nebraska 68114
Susan Ann Meyer, Counselor  in Omaha
“I work best with adolescent and adult clients who appreciate a direct, to-the-point approach. I give lots of feedback and make my thoughts known. This approach tends to open up awarenesses that may have been unknown for a very long time. It is exciting to see this process unfold with individuals, couples, families and groups.
Medicaid
(402) 609-7141
Omaha, Nebraska 68127
Amy Jonas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LIMHP
“If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. - Dr Wayne Dyer. Life can be challenging and overwhelming at times. I believe therapy can be very helpful in defining the problem, exploring options, discovering your strengths, finding solutions, and experiencing the change you are striving for. I can offer assistance with your unique and personal journey.
Medicaid
(402) 603-4682
Omaha, Nebraska 68114
Michelle Oczki, Counselor  in Omaha
“Everyone encounters challenges in their life that may feel overwhelming. Seeking counseling during these times is a sign of strength, as it suggests the willingness to address problems rather than avoid them. I teach solution-focused tools that clients can use in the real world. I have a collaborative approach with my clients and believe humor and empowerment are key components to therapy.
Medicaid
(402) 571-3995 x2
Omaha, Nebraska 68134
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
Marissa Roney, Counselor  in Omaha
“As an experienced dually-licensed mental health (LMHP) and substance use/addiction counselor (PLADC), I am committed to serving individuals experiencing mental health issues in addition to those suffering from addiction. I believe that oftentimes mental health and substance use go hand-and-hand and use a combination of personal experience and proven therapeutic techniques to support my clients in reaching their goals and obtaining an understanding of how their behavior is affected by their thinking patterns. I genuinely believe that each and every person deserves and has the capability to live a fulfilling life.
Medicaid
(402) 403-4152
Omaha, Nebraska 68137

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