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Trauma and PTSD Therapists in Omaha
Post-Traumatic Stress

“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.
Trauma and PTSD
Omaha, Nebraska 68164
Wendy "Jea" Theis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LIMHP, LCSW
“"Your present circumstances do not determine where you will go, they merely determine where you have been " - Nido Qubein. I have received specialized training in EMDR, Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Parent-child Interaction Therapy, and Compassion Fatigue. I hold certifications as a Trauma Professional, as well as a Compassion Fatigue Educator.
Trauma and PTSD
(402) 875-5219
Omaha, Nebraska 68114
Lindsay Kruse, Counselor  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LIMHP, CPC, NCC
“I have found my passion in helping people to stop feeling stuck in a rut. We can get caught up doing the same thing everyday hoping for different results. Have you found yourself impulsively saying or doing things that you wish you could take back? Do you turn to food, drugs, or alcohol to deal with your life? Are stress and worrying making it difficult to accomplish even the simplest goals? If you are struggling with low self-esteem, or life seems hopeless, I am ready to help...
Trauma and PTSD
(402) 235-1083
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
Kathleen S O'Connor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LIMHP
“I work with individuals suffering from depression, anxiety and trauma. I also see families dealing with Life Transitions including new medical diagnosis, the move of a parent to Long-term care, children leaving home. My clients include military families, as well as married, divorcing or struggling couples. Our work together often includes recognizing grief as a natural process of change and growth. I also provide clinical supervision and consultation services for mental health providers.
Trauma and PTSD
(402) 858-8138
Omaha, Nebraska 68114
R. Dario Pulido, Psychologist  in Omaha
“Life poses many challenges. My goal is to help you manage those challenges in the best way possible. I am a licensed clinical psychologist with a Ph.D. who will put my training and professional experience to work for you. Depending on your needs, treatment may include a focus on relieving symptoms of sadness or worry, addressing interpersonal difficulties, or helping you learn about yourself and your personality at a deeper level. I commonly deal with issues including depression, anxiety, life transitions, grief and loss, relationship concerns, impulsive behaviors, self-esteem problems, and the effects of traumatic events including abuse.
Trauma and PTSD
(402) 507-4263
Omaha, Nebraska 68114
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!
Trauma and PTSD
(402) 764-9731
Omaha, Nebraska 68127
“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.
Trauma and PTSD
(402) 807-2984
Omaha, Nebraska 68104
Sean E. Stevens, Psychologist  in Omaha
“I enjoy counseling adolescents and adults, especially those dealing with trauma or abuse issues, addictions, bipolar disorder, anxiety, or depression. Helping couples and families communicate is also close to my heart. My clients find me to be a compassionate listener who is nevertheless not afraid to give advice or lighten the session with humor as appropriate.
Trauma and PTSD
(402) 858-0688
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
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.
Trauma and PTSD
(402) 507-4203
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
Terri Essel, Counselor  in Omaha
“Sometimes life can be a struggle for all of us. If you are in the midst of a struggle with your loved ones, friends, past issues or everyday life, it may help to talk to someone. I believe that a lot of our struggles come from choosing between what our heart tells us and what our mind tells us. Sometimes those decisions are very difficult and put us at odds with ourselves.
Trauma and PTSD
(402) 281-9504
Omaha, Nebraska 68104
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.
Trauma and PTSD
(402) 982-4129
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
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.
Trauma and PTSD
(402) 858-0671 x3
Omaha, Nebraska 68134
John C Hunziker, Psychologist  in Omaha
“Having an inner sense of security, a positive sense of self and supportive relationships is a desire of most people. My approach to therapy is to assist people in overcoming problems with anxiety, depression, irritability and relationship difficulties in an emotional safe and empathic environment. I have 37 years of experience as a psychologist and I am a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Creighton-University of Nebraska Psychiatry Residency Program. I have supervised the psychotherapy of other psychologists, psychiatric residents and social workers. I believe my extensive training in psychotherapy and psychological assessment has prepared me to provide the highest level of psychological treatment.
Trauma and PTSD
(402) 415-2643
Omaha, Nebraska 68114
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 youíve gone through a traumatic experience, you may be struggling with upsetting emotions, frightening memories, or a sense of constant danger that you just canít 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.
Trauma and PTSD
(402) 395-8782
Omaha, Nebraska 68154
Abra Poindexter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Omaha
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, CMSW, LMHP
“Are you looking for an experience in exploring emotional and psychological insight, change, and healing through depth psychotherapy? My current location at The Catalyst Collective offers clients a centrally located, warm, and welcoming environment where massage therapy, yoga, and coaching experiences are also offered. I have 16 years in psychotherapy practice addressing issues of trauma, mental health, gender and sexual orientation issues, and couples' relationship issues. I welcome work with individuals, couples and families. My post graduate training includes EMDR, Feminist Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (with Women's Therapy and Learning Center), Trauma Recovery, Gender and Orientation Issues, Jungian Psychotherapy, and Addictions.
Trauma and PTSD
(402) 718-9126
Omaha, Nebraska 68114
Alestin Ajlouny, Counselor  in Omaha
“I graduated with my Masters in Counseling from UNO in 2012. I am a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner, and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. I've worked in hospital, residential, and outpatient therapy settings, and have a wide breadth of experience with both crisis and maintenance counseling. I am down to earth and easy to talk to, and do not believe therapy should be an anxiety producing activity. Long-lasting change takes patience and time to accomplish. However, I understand that hard work is necessary to achieve the timely results clients appreciate, so I am direct in her approach.
Trauma and PTSD
(402) 507-4209
Omaha, Nebraska 68127
Cassi Corinn Wigington, Counselor  in Omaha
“New Image's strategies for positive outcomes include but are not limited to: offer support services to help individuals cope with the emotional and social impacts of a life altering event; empower individuals to feel more hopeful and in control; give individuals the tools to manage their expectations; and whether the need is to epress your fears, triumphs, or concerns we are here for you.
Trauma and PTSD
(402) 241-8560
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
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.
Trauma and PTSD
(402) 609-7141
Omaha, Nebraska 68127
Kari L Fenton, Counselor  in Omaha
“Everyone is welcome regardless of life's circumstances. I am passionate and committed to serving all individuals whether you are dealing with severe mental illness or going through the heartache of a break-up. Nobody's pain or suffering is insignificant and I will stand by you through the process of regaining control of your life as well as discovering your authentic self. I serve male and female clients, alike. My treatment approach is based on each individual client's needs as I know each human being is unique.
Trauma and PTSD
(402) 686-7648
Omaha, Nebraska 68104
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.
Trauma and PTSD
(402) 507-4249
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a psychological reaction that occurs after an extremely stressful event, such as physical violence or military combat. Those suffering from PTSD have recurring memories of the stressful event and are anxious or scared even in the absence of danger. Flashbacks and nightmares are common symptoms as well.

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