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Medicaid Therapists in Omaha

Karen R. Stacey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LIMHP, LICSW
“Sometimes bad things happen to good people. If you've experienced trauma (child abuse, sexual abuse, or chemical abuse), it is possible to "let go" of being unhappy and leave the "it's my fault" type of feelings in the past. If you’ve gone through a traumatic experience, you may be struggling with upsetting emotions, frightening memories, or a sense of constant danger that you just can’t kick. Or you may feel numb, disconnected, and unable to trust other people. But you should know that healing -- and hope -- are within your reach.
Medicaid
(402) 395-8782
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
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
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
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
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
Justina M Kolbe, Counselor  in Omaha
“Thanks for stopping by my profile. When you find that your family has hit a bump in the road, I am here to support you and help you find your way again. I specialize in working with children and adolescents who are struggling with a variety of issues. I enjoy helping families find new and productive ways to maintain a healthy and happy lifestyle.
Medicaid
(402) 765-0491
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
Nanon Perdaems-Vigen, Counselor  in Omaha
“Do you wonder why you continue to feel or behave a certain way when you don't want to? Do you feel your emotions are impacting your effective functioning but no matter how much you want to let go of them you can't? Do you continue to repeat unhealthy behaviors?. Do you struggle with addictions to smoking, sex, alcohol, shoplifting, eating or other compulsions? Have you had a difficult childhood or experienced trauma which continues to affect you today? I want to assure you there are answers to your struggle and recovery is possible.
Medicaid
(402) 858-0671 x3
Omaha, Nebraska 68134
Peggy Davidson, Counselor  in Omaha
“Life is a journey in which we learn from our past, live for today, and hope for tomorrow. As a therapist I strive to provide you, your child, and/or family quality service in order to help you achieve your goals in life. I will work with you in a way that builds on your strengths and potential, and challenges you to take your life to the next level. I believe the most productive therapy environment is one of mutual trust, respect, and collaboration. My approach is challenging and direct, yet compassionate and caring.
Medicaid
(402) 875-4665
Omaha, Nebraska 68137
Lori A Wingerter, Counselor  in Omaha
“"Life is not the way it's supposed to be. It's the way it is. The way you deal with it is what makes the difference." ~ Virginia Satir. The journey of life is filled with so many "bumps in the road" - illness, loss, family adjustments, physical changes. It can leave you feeling overwhelmed, anxious, depressed and out of balance, making it increasingly difficult to function in daily life. It's important to take the time to recognize and heal the emotional change that accompanies life's unexpected twists and turns. I can support you in this.
Medicaid
(402) 965-0462
Omaha, Nebraska 68118
A Desired Life Therapy and Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
“As a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, I see the whole perspective. If you're not feeling well physically, chances are you are not feeling well emotionally. And chances are if you are unhappy or constantly worrying, you aren't performing your best. Your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors go hand in hand. By making small changes in these areas, accepting your past while learning from those situations, you will physically feel better, find emotional stability, and perform the way you wish, so you are able to have the life you desire
Medicaid
(402) 527-1154
Omaha, Nebraska 68124
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
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
Mary Manning, Counselor  in Omaha
“Do you want to gain better control of your emotions? Does it sometimes feel like your anger is pushing friends and loved ones away? I can help you address these concerns and get back to living the life you want to live. It is my goal to increase the well-being of the client and help provide a more content life for their future.
Medicaid
(402) 298-5945 x4
Omaha, Nebraska 68134
A Better Way Therapy, Counselor  in Omaha
“You should have a voice in who you see. You need someone that can address your needs. We work on building on our clients strengths. have 10 full time therapists that I work with so that I can match you up with the best match. We do in-home and in-office therapy. Whether your problems have to do with depression, abuse, anxiety, anger, alcohol, drugs or you just don't know... give us a call. We are here to help you find "a better way". We have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
Medicaid
(402) 327-1444
Omaha, Nebraska 68116
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
Jeffrey Stormberg,   in Omaha
“Psychotherapy accelerates a person's effectiveness and healthy functioning in the world s/he lives in. At the foundation of this process is genuine trust and respect, one that allows opportunities for exploring personal resources and strengths, habits of behavior, internal conflicts, disruptions of self-concept or attachment, familiar ways of thinking and relating, or to find ways to continue on the path chosen. Psychotherapy creates new distinctions about behavior and world view so as to act and view your self, relationships, and circumstances in new ways. Dr. Stormberg's approach is what Carl Jung described as "a practical psychotherapy to fit people for life."
Medicaid
(402) 241-8395
Omaha, Nebraska 68102
Christine Hennig, Art Therapist  in Omaha
“I have a passion for helping people harness their creative energies to improve their lives. I have a special passion for helping adult survivors of abuse and trauma, people experiencing medical challenges (such as cancer, chronic pain, recently-acquired disabilities, etc.), and the elderly. I also provide creative coaching services for people who want to learn to use art making for wellness and personal development. I also specialize in helping elderly people and their families creatively review and document their life stories.
Medicaid
(402) 807-2132
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Lisa Vogel, Counselor  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MSEd, ATR-BC, LMHP, LPC, LMHC
“Ms. Vogel is a nationally certified/licensed counselor and a registered Art Therapist who has extensive experience working in the mental health field. Services include, but are not limited to, assessment, short-term and long-term therapy, EAP, CAP, and eclectic therapy as determined by each individual participating in their sessions. All age groups are accepted as well as individual, couple/marital and family therapy. In addition to the traditional “talk therapy” she has extensive knowledge and experience in various expressive therapies including, art therapy, play therapy, music therapy, bibliotherapy, journaling, etc. Ms. Vogel is fluent in sign language.
Medicaid
(402) 468-8924
Omaha, Nebraska 68134
Marleen Evans, Counselor  in Omaha
“I help clients realize what powerful resources they have within themselves to achieve their goals, to solve their problems, and to heal. My clients frequently discover options they did not realize they had. I do this by using a variety of approaches, tailored to the person's past experiences, the issues the client is trying to resolve and the objectives the person is trying to achieve. My goal is to help individuals move toward a greater mind/body/spirit connection within themselves and toward enriched relationships with others.
Medicaid
(402) 318-7395 x12
Omaha, Nebraska 68144

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