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I focus on the cognitive-behavioral treatment of worry, stress, anxiety disorders and depression. I have specialized training in evidence based treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder, body focused repetitive behaviors (trichotillomania - hair pulling - and skin picking), panic, phobias and generalized worries. These issues are all likely much more common than you think! I also have expertise in addressing adjustment concerns and grief issues. I work with clients age 19 and older at my P Street location. I see clients under age 19 at my Children's Hospital and Medical Center practice.
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(402) 235-8128
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Omaha, Nebraska 68137
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I focus on the cognitive-behavioral treatment of worry, stress, anxiety disorders and depression. I have specialized training in evidence based treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder, body focused repetitive behaviors (trichotillomania - hair pulling - and skin picking), panic, phobias and generalized worries. These issues are all likely much more common than you think! I also have expertise in addressing adjustment concerns and grief issues. I work with clients age 19 and older at my P Street location. I see clients under age 19 at my Children's Hospital and Medical Center practice.
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Drug and alcohol problems look as different as the people they affect. It could be a legal issue, like an evaluation or court ordered treatment. It could be managing a struggling family member. Maybe you've been to treatment multiple times and establishing sobriety is still difficult. I also work with those who experience stress related to other mental illness like anxiety, depression, ADHD, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and trauma. Asking for help can be intimidating. If your unsure about what to do next, or anxious about talking to someone, a phone call is a great place to start.
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(402) 704-3057
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Drug and alcohol problems look as different as the people they affect. It could be a legal issue, like an evaluation or court ordered treatment. It could be managing a struggling family member. Maybe you've been to treatment multiple times and establishing sobriety is still difficult. I also work with those who experience stress related to other mental illness like anxiety, depression, ADHD, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and trauma. Asking for help can be intimidating. If your unsure about what to do next, or anxious about talking to someone, a phone call is a great place to start.
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Sometimes we need help creating a safe space where we can be open and honest while we make sense of an event we want to resolve or our lives overall. Sometimes we need help to heal and someone to simply hear our story. A story filled with our experiences in the world and shaped by perceptions that are human-naturally distorted and flawed. People begin therapy for various reasons, yet wanting change is universal and desiring authenticity is the heart of this path. It is not about being happy, better, fixed. You are not broken. Healing reveals your authenticity and allows you to become... it feels like peace, bravery and truth.
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Sometimes we need help creating a safe space where we can be open and honest while we make sense of an event we want to resolve or our lives overall. Sometimes we need help to heal and someone to simply hear our story. A story filled with our experiences in the world and shaped by perceptions that are human-naturally distorted and flawed. People begin therapy for various reasons, yet wanting change is universal and desiring authenticity is the heart of this path. It is not about being happy, better, fixed. You are not broken. Healing reveals your authenticity and allows you to become... it feels like peace, bravery and truth.
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Are you struggling with motivation or overwhelmed to face each day? Do your children disrespect or not follow through on your expectations? Do the stressors of just life get to you? I am her to help. I provide a nonjudgmental/hopeful environment when you come into my office. I have provided mental health services for the last eleven years to children and adolescents who are struggling with trauma, family challenges, school struggles, and needed emotional assistance. In the last five years, I have assisted families and individuals struggling with addiction and co-occurring disorders. My style is focus on the allowing the individual a
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(531) 233-0912
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Omaha, Nebraska 68137
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Are you struggling with motivation or overwhelmed to face each day? Do your children disrespect or not follow through on your expectations? Do the stressors of just life get to you? I am her to help. I provide a nonjudgmental/hopeful environment when you come into my office. I have provided mental health services for the last eleven years to children and adolescents who are struggling with trauma, family challenges, school struggles, and needed emotional assistance. In the last five years, I have assisted families and individuals struggling with addiction and co-occurring disorders. My style is focus on the allowing the individual a
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LIMHP, LCSW
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Our personal experiences are what form us into the person we are today. Naturally, because we are human, we tend to avoid thinking or talking about our painful experiences. Often, we need to acknowledge and address our pain to overcome it. My sole purpose is to help you reach your full potential, and to make you feel seen and heard.
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Our personal experiences are what form us into the person we are today. Naturally, because we are human, we tend to avoid thinking or talking about our painful experiences. Often, we need to acknowledge and address our pain to overcome it. My sole purpose is to help you reach your full potential, and to make you feel seen and heard.
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Omaha, Nebraska 68137
My ideal client inherently knows that something in their world is amiss, and they are ready to go on a journey to discover, uncover and evaluate the source of that sore spot. They have a wide-ranging set of issues, needs, and goals. They want to walk with someone on the journey to a better self and improved self-efficacy. They search for a better tomorrow that they can fully participate in.
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(531) 214-1039
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Omaha, Nebraska 68137
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My ideal client inherently knows that something in their world is amiss, and they are ready to go on a journey to discover, uncover and evaluate the source of that sore spot. They have a wide-ranging set of issues, needs, and goals. They want to walk with someone on the journey to a better self and improved self-efficacy. They search for a better tomorrow that they can fully participate in.
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Do you feel stuck and overwhelmed? Do you feel like life has no meaning or purpose? Life can be difficult when walking through the valley of challenges. Be encouraged, there is hope! While there are many ways to overcome obstacles and live a fulfilled life, therapy is one way. As your therapist, my goal is to partner with you in a therapeutic alliance and tackle life's challenges as a team. My clients find me to be empathetic, empowering and an active listener. I also offer faith based therapy to individuals who choose to incorporate faith into the therapeutic process.
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Do you feel stuck and overwhelmed? Do you feel like life has no meaning or purpose? Life can be difficult when walking through the valley of challenges. Be encouraged, there is hope! While there are many ways to overcome obstacles and live a fulfilled life, therapy is one way. As your therapist, my goal is to partner with you in a therapeutic alliance and tackle life's challenges as a team. My clients find me to be empathetic, empowering and an active listener. I also offer faith based therapy to individuals who choose to incorporate faith into the therapeutic process.
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Brenda has a Master’s in Clinical Counseling from Bellevue University and is currently working on her doctorate in Trauma and disaster relief. She is a licensed mental health and addictions counselor in Nebraska and Iowa. Brenda has worked in the field of mental health and addictions since 2005.
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Brenda has a Master’s in Clinical Counseling from Bellevue University and is currently working on her doctorate in Trauma and disaster relief. She is a licensed mental health and addictions counselor in Nebraska and Iowa. Brenda has worked in the field of mental health and addictions since 2005.
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My ideal client is between 15 and 70 years old and possibly struggling with an addiction, depression, anxiety, relationships or other mental health issues. Let me help you find yourself and become the person you always hoped you could be!
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(531) 208-1272
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My ideal client is between 15 and 70 years old and possibly struggling with an addiction, depression, anxiety, relationships or other mental health issues. Let me help you find yourself and become the person you always hoped you could be!
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As a licensed therapist, Michelle's passion is to walk along side of her clients in their journey from where they have been towards where they would like to be, believing that each individual has potential for positive change. She assists clients in addressing individual, marital, and/or family counseling in such areas as conflict resolution, anxiety, depression, forgiveness, grief,divorce recovery and other areas of personal growth. Her mission statement is to help clients to "soar above life's various landscapes and make sense of the colors of their lives." She offers Christian Counseling for those who request it.
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(402) 933-6677
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Omaha, Nebraska 68137
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As a licensed therapist, Michelle's passion is to walk along side of her clients in their journey from where they have been towards where they would like to be, believing that each individual has potential for positive change. She assists clients in addressing individual, marital, and/or family counseling in such areas as conflict resolution, anxiety, depression, forgiveness, grief,divorce recovery and other areas of personal growth. Her mission statement is to help clients to "soar above life's various landscapes and make sense of the colors of their lives." She offers Christian Counseling for those who request it.
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Counselor, MA, PLMHP, PLADC
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An ideal client is anyone willing to reach out for help. This initial self-awareness is the first step in seeking long term solutions and healthy goals for the future. The joy of hope is not too far from any of us! I have worked with a variety of populations to include the under-served, Spanish-speaking clients, adolescents, individuals with mental health concerns and individuals participating in substance use programs.
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(402) 522-6993 x106
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Omaha, Nebraska 68137
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An ideal client is anyone willing to reach out for help. This initial self-awareness is the first step in seeking long term solutions and healthy goals for the future. The joy of hope is not too far from any of us! I have worked with a variety of populations to include the under-served, Spanish-speaking clients, adolescents, individuals with mental health concerns and individuals participating in substance use programs.
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Counselor, LIMHP, LADC
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Seeking counseling when you are struggling is courageous. I understand that it can be scary to speak about the situations that make your life most difficult. My main priority is to help you feel safe and comfortable so that we can tackle those problems together. Whether you are starting the journey to parenthood, hitting obstacles to conceiving, dealing with miscarriage or loss, experiencing a difficult pregnancy, suffering from a traumatic birth or NICU stay, navigating though health issues or struggling with life’s continuing changes, I am here to help.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(531) 201-6061
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Seeking counseling when you are struggling is courageous. I understand that it can be scary to speak about the situations that make your life most difficult. My main priority is to help you feel safe and comfortable so that we can tackle those problems together. Whether you are starting the journey to parenthood, hitting obstacles to conceiving, dealing with miscarriage or loss, experiencing a difficult pregnancy, suffering from a traumatic birth or NICU stay, navigating though health issues or struggling with life’s continuing changes, I am here to help.
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You are not alone. Struggling to follow through, make choices, motivate yourself, or feeling disorganized, impulsive, confused, struggling with emotions, thoughts and relationships? Think you may have ADHD, depression or anxiety and struggling to understand what is going on or explain to others how you feel? There is help. We help those that struggle at home, school or work. Building self-esteem, clear thinking and healthy ways to handle stress. You don't have to struggle with fear that stops you from moving forward anymore. We work with frustrated parents, sad kids, mad teens and couples living on different planets.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(402) 603-4683
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Omaha, Nebraska 68137
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You are not alone. Struggling to follow through, make choices, motivate yourself, or feeling disorganized, impulsive, confused, struggling with emotions, thoughts and relationships? Think you may have ADHD, depression or anxiety and struggling to understand what is going on or explain to others how you feel? There is help. We help those that struggle at home, school or work. Building self-esteem, clear thinking and healthy ways to handle stress. You don't have to struggle with fear that stops you from moving forward anymore. We work with frustrated parents, sad kids, mad teens and couples living on different planets.
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Hello, brave soul. The hard part is over. You're here, admitting you could benefit from therapy, and that's incredibly admirable. We all struggle from time to time but the most resilient seek guidance from others. Everyone deserves a life they feel is truly theirs--liberated from the symptoms that hold us back. If you agree then we share this passion. My only goal is to help you find the bravery to discover your true resilience.
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(402) 378-9094
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Hello, brave soul. The hard part is over. You're here, admitting you could benefit from therapy, and that's incredibly admirable. We all struggle from time to time but the most resilient seek guidance from others. Everyone deserves a life they feel is truly theirs--liberated from the symptoms that hold us back. If you agree then we share this passion. My only goal is to help you find the bravery to discover your true resilience.
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I believe every person is deserving and capable of growth. My specialty lies in two areas; treating eating disorders, and working with folks leaving religion. If you're struggling with disordered eating, we can work to heal the pain that your eating disorder may seem like it masks. If you have left religion or are knee-deep in doubt, you may be feeling isolated. It's not uncommon to experience things like loss of community and identity, anxiety, depression, and tension within relationships when going through deconversion. My goal is to give you the space to explore a new sense of self in a way that feels authentic and empowering.
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(402) 307-6968
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I believe every person is deserving and capable of growth. My specialty lies in two areas; treating eating disorders, and working with folks leaving religion. If you're struggling with disordered eating, we can work to heal the pain that your eating disorder may seem like it masks. If you have left religion or are knee-deep in doubt, you may be feeling isolated. It's not uncommon to experience things like loss of community and identity, anxiety, depression, and tension within relationships when going through deconversion. My goal is to give you the space to explore a new sense of self in a way that feels authentic and empowering.
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Struggling to find balance in your life? Find yourself exhausted, overwhelmed, or anxious. Too often our compounding responsibilities leave us feeling that we are inadequate, or do not have mental or physical fortitude to thrive. You are able to break free from your current cycle and develop new habits that allow you to be the best version of yourself possible.
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(531) 228-4991
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Struggling to find balance in your life? Find yourself exhausted, overwhelmed, or anxious. Too often our compounding responsibilities leave us feeling that we are inadequate, or do not have mental or physical fortitude to thrive. You are able to break free from your current cycle and develop new habits that allow you to be the best version of yourself possible.
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Have you ever thought about seeing a counselor but never followed through due to fears of change or judgement? The change process can be scary and intimidating. As a therapist I work hard to meet everyone at their level of change and guide them to a place they strive to be at, free of judgement, in an encouraging and supportive way. We all deserve a safe place to have to be validated and heard when life may become overwhelming and full of stress.
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(402) 512-6005
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Have you ever thought about seeing a counselor but never followed through due to fears of change or judgement? The change process can be scary and intimidating. As a therapist I work hard to meet everyone at their level of change and guide them to a place they strive to be at, free of judgement, in an encouraging and supportive way. We all deserve a safe place to have to be validated and heard when life may become overwhelming and full of stress.
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"Change your thoughts, change your world" is a quote that I believe can help us live a happier and healthier life. Counseling allows an opportunity to reflect on how our perceptions can create a negative or positive awareness toward life. I enjoy working with adults, as well as younger individuals. I have extensive experience working children through teens and families. Is your child displaying difficult behaviors? Does your teen have anxiety, depression or conflicts with family or friends? I can help you and your child to learn healthier coping and behavior strategies to restore a healthy relationship.
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"Change your thoughts, change your world" is a quote that I believe can help us live a happier and healthier life. Counseling allows an opportunity to reflect on how our perceptions can create a negative or positive awareness toward life. I enjoy working with adults, as well as younger individuals. I have extensive experience working children through teens and families. Is your child displaying difficult behaviors? Does your teen have anxiety, depression or conflicts with family or friends? I can help you and your child to learn healthier coping and behavior strategies to restore a healthy relationship.
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Life can be so hard sometimes. Things happen that are unexpected, and we are left searching for answers or trying to cope. Many people feel they have to go through this alone or don't know how to reach out for help. My goal as a therapist is to help give you and/or your child that support you need in a caring and non-judgmental way. Going to therapy can be very scary at first and I will do my best to help you feel comfortable and cared-for from the very beginning.
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(531) 208-1191
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Life can be so hard sometimes. Things happen that are unexpected, and we are left searching for answers or trying to cope. Many people feel they have to go through this alone or don't know how to reach out for help. My goal as a therapist is to help give you and/or your child that support you need in a caring and non-judgmental way. Going to therapy can be very scary at first and I will do my best to help you feel comfortable and cared-for from the very beginning.

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Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) Therapists
Cognitive-behavioral therapy stresses the role of thinking in how we feel and what we do. It is based on the belief that thoughts, rather than people or events, cause our negative feelings. The therapist assists the client in identifying, testing the reality of, and correcting dysfunctional beliefs underlying his or her thinking. The therapist then helps the client modify those thoughts and the behaviors that flow from them. CBT is a structured collaboration between therapist and client and often calls for homework assignments.

If you're looking for CBT therapy in 68137 or for a 68137 CBT therapist these professionals provide cognitive behavioral therapy, cbt group therapy, cbt therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, cognitive therapy and behavioral therapy. They include CBT therapists, CBT psychologists, CBT psychotherapists and CBT counselors.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 68137 are able to work with a wide range of issues. They offer in person sessions as well as Teletherapy in 68137

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 68137 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 68137 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 68137 or family therapy in 68137.