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Therapists in Lincoln

Melanie Welch, Counselor  in Lincoln
“Therapy is a place where you can feel heard in a supportive, comfortable and warm environment. When life is overwhelming and stressful or relationships are struggling, counseling can help. As a counselor, I want to work together to help you reduce the suffering you may feel.
(217) 253-8238
Lincoln, Illinois 62656
“My clients describe me as warm, caring, straight forward, and easy to talk to. My 9-yr old granddaughter, who lives with me, describes me as "my sweetie pie" unless she is angry with me. Couples and families are a large part of my practice but I also have an extensive background working with individuals from 6-86 years of age. They present a wide variety of issues including: adjustment to aging and medical conditions, ADHD, adultery, anxiety, court involvement, cutting, drug abuse, depression, divorce, grief and loss, parenting struggles, PTSD, pornography addiction, sexual abuse, shyness, unemployment, and unhealthy relationships.
(217) 703-4673
Lincoln, Illinois 62656
Mario Dibiase, Psychologist  in Lincoln
“As a solution-focused psychologist, my approach to helping patients is to be practical, rational, and no-nonsense. Patients want real results from treatment, and so my therapeutic approach is customized for each patient, using proven, evidence-based methods that are rooted in the most recent psychological research. In a warm, supportive, and non-judgmental environment, where all patients are treated with the highest respect, we will use a combination of cognitive and behavioral techniques to achieve well-defined goals.
(309) 938-4556
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Lincoln, Illinois 62656
Nancy A. Naughton, Counselor  in Lincoln
“Hello! My name is Nancy, and I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC). I have served a diverse client population throughout my career and enjoy working with clients of all ages from children to adults. I am quite comfortable working in all arenas of mental health services, including, but not limited to: people experiencing many mental health issues, such as mood disorders-bipolar disorder or depression, for example, conditions that are interfering with people enjoying daily living-anxiety, substance abuse, ADHD, OCD, ODD, and various forms of trauma that lead to PTSD, and marital/family stress.
(217) 279-4309
Office is near:
Lincoln, Illinois 62656
“I offer caring, unconditional support in a relaxed atmosphere for clients experiencing symptoms of depression, anxiety, trauma and PTSD. I also treat clients going through life adjustments, or those with relationship issues, and stress or health related problems. In addition, I am experienced in treating children for a variety of issues, including grief and loss, foster care and adoption issues, attachment and developmental trauma. I provide services for couples and families, and I include parents when working with children. I enjoy working with adults who are interested in personal growth and development.
(217) 814-0113
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Lincoln, Illinois 62656
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What method of therapy is right for me?
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