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Eating Disorders Therapists in Omaha
Anorexia, Bulimia

Aimee C Hollendieck, Counselor  in Omaha
“Welcome! I've been working in the mental health field since 2008. Therapy is a journey of understanding, accepting, healing, and opening the door to a new peace. If you're ready to start then I'm ready to be by your side. I have experience working with a wide variety of clients and my specialty areas include: eating disorders, adoption related issues, depression, anxiety, trauma, couples issues, co dependency and spirituality. I work with individual clients as well as couples, groups and families. For more information please visit my website.
Eating Disorders
(402) 316-7972
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Stacy Campbell (Davidson), Counselor  in Omaha
“I enjoy working with individuals with eating disorders, self - esteem issues, trauma history, depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. I also work with a lot of clients in family issues, couples counseling and enjoy clients of all ages and backgrounds.
Eating Disorders
(402) 519-2788
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.
Eating Disorders
(402) 902-4948
Omaha, Nebraska 68114
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!
Eating Disorders
(402) 795-1636
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
Tara Mesward, Counselor  in Omaha
“I admire those who recognize when something in their life is a little 'off' and want to improve it. If this describes you, I would like to help you begin your journey to finding happiness again. There is hope for you to rediscover how to love life and love yourself. If you would like to incorporate your spirituality into the counseling process, I am more than happy to explore that with you, as well.
Eating Disorders
(402) 615-9101
Omaha, Nebraska 68134
“Dr Brenneman understands therapy as assisting people in a process of overcoming issues related to their present and past that have prevented them from experiencing a meaningful and joyful life. She shapes her treatment approach to heal each client'sspecific psychological, emotional, physical & spiritual issues and needs.
Eating Disorders
(402) 449-8679
Omaha, Nebraska 68132
Angie Heim, Counselor  in Omaha
“I have expertise in working with individuals experiencing eating disorders, including binge eating. I also work with clients who are experiencing anxiety regarding life decisions or depression in general. The approach that I use with my clients is collaborative and holistic. I admire clients who are at a crossroads and are willing to share their current struggles with a therapist in order to gain insight and move forward in a way that makes the most sense for them at this point in their lives.
Eating Disorders
(402) 235-1990 x102
Omaha, Nebraska 68114
Sandra Kutler, Counselor  in Omaha
“I have been practicing counseling since 1984. I enjoy working with people who want support in dealing with relationship difficulties, anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, fears and limiting beliefs, weight issues and eating disorders. I also practice clinical hypnosis for added support in problem resolution, as well as for smoking cessation, weight loss, test anxiety and various other habit control issues. I conducted Fear of Flying seminars for the Omaha Airport Authority and continue to enjoy helping clients overcome fear of flying. I welcome the chance to work with you to help you define the next steps as you overcome challenging situations.
Eating Disorders
(402) 395-8281 x294
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.
Eating Disorders
(402) 982-4129
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
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.
Eating Disorders
(402) 920-5268
Omaha, Nebraska 68135
Jess Krzykowski, Psychologist  in Omaha
“I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist with interests in childhood trauma and its adult manifestations, anxiety and depressive disorders, grief, aging and cognitive impairments. In addition to psychotherapy, I have extensive experience in both psychological and neuropsychological testing and utilize the results of these examinations to provide diagnostic clarification as well as inform plans for treatment. I graduated from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology and have worked with a variety of individuals experiencing a range of presenting issues including psychological ramifications of medical illnesses, adjustment, mood, psychotic, and substance abuse disorders, and chronic and persistent major mental illness.
Eating Disorders
(402) 603-4687
Omaha, Nebraska 68127
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).
Eating Disorders
(402) 502-5030
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Gail A Olson, Counselor  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, LIMHP, LADC, LPCC, NCC
“Seeking to improve your relationships or build a better relationship? Facing anxiety or depression? Desiring job or career guidance? Dealing with trauma or life events or compulsive/addictive behaviors? Feeling stuck and wanting emotional freedom? Or do you keep repeating the same patterns and wonder why and how to change? I will be glad to partner with you and assist you to reach your goals. I provide caring, highly competent, straight-forward, direct responses as you seek a quality life, one in which you live your values. There is hope for change; you can build a better, more fulfilled life.
Eating Disorders
(402) 318-3031
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
“"I feel a lively, genuine therapeutic relationship can facilitate the process of healing and self-discovery. Most of my practice is composed of individuals who identify as living on the 'fringe' (outside of the gender binary and heteronormativity). I understand that you may not be seeking therapy because of your sexual or gender identity, so one advantage to seeing a specialist is that I will not make it an issue if it is not a problem for you. I have years of experience working in queer communities and travel both nationally and internationally to receive and administer training.
Eating Disorders
(402) 370-5436
Omaha, Nebraska 68102
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.
Eating Disorders
(402) 318-3029
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
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.
Eating Disorders
(402) 835-4386
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
Kelly Fairbanks, Psychologist  in Omaha
“I'm a licensed psychologist specializing in chronic health issues, trauma recovery, brain injury recovery, resilience, and proactive wellness. I enjoy providing clients with support and skills to lose weight, improve health, reduce depression and anxiety, and become mentally fit. My diverse background includes working for Nebraska Medicine, Chicago Public Schools, and Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital. My professional experience has reinforced my belief in the strong human capacity for recovery and resilience. My compassion and determination motivate me to help others reach their goals and live a complete, fulfilling life. I'm looking forward to working with you and your family!
Eating Disorders
(402) 764-9731
Omaha, Nebraska 68127
Sarah Scott, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LIMHP
“Hello! I enjoy working with clients who are motivated and willing to work towards happiness and mental health. My specialties are anxiety, stress, depression, relationship problems, and dealing with past trauma. I have worked with a large variety of diagnoses and problems, including mood disorders, thought disorders, suicidal thoughts, crisis intervention, relapse prevention, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and personality disorders. My professional and educational experiences allow me to tailor our sessions to your unique situation.
Eating Disorders
(402) 608-2023
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
Marla Cohen, Counselor  in Omaha
“My ideal client is open to the exploration of his/herself through the ritual of telling his/her story. I listen and help link childhood memories to insights through psychotherapeutic interpretation. My ability to draw from personal loss and experience helps me guide others through the sometimes painful exploration of the self. I work with individuals, often supplementing with group therapy, to help them recognize and understand the obstacles in their way.
Eating Disorders
(402) 835-0081
Omaha, Nebraska 68106
Denise Legg, Counselor  in Omaha
“Life is hard. Relationships are difficult. But hope, help, and healing are within your reach. I have been working with individuals and families experiencing a wide array of life issues for over a decade. My goal as a therapist is to provide a caring, compassionate, and confidential setting where an individual, couple, or family can make positive, healthy changes, develop effective and life-changing coping skills as well as improve self-esteem/self-image.
Eating Disorders
(402) 509-8679
Omaha, Nebraska 68144

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