Galina Wood
Counselor, PLMHP, MS Verified
Omaha, NE 68164
Not accepting new clients
I value and honor the complex ways in which each person engages with the world by collaborating with clients to create an open, safe, and non-judgmental space, prioritizing clients’ autonomy throughout the therapeutic process. As a queer-identified practitioner, I bring personal and professional experience to creating a gender/queer-affirming space, regardless of whether gender and/or sexuality are central issues in your current therapeutic needs. I'm experienced in working with folks experiencing anxiety, depression, mood variations, and the multitude of responses that can result from trauma.
Non-Binary
(402) 256-5835 x409
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Omaha, NE 68164
Not accepting new clients
Non-Binary
I value and honor the complex ways in which each person engages with the world by collaborating with clients to create an open, safe, and non-judgmental space, prioritizing clients’ autonomy throughout the therapeutic process. As a queer-identified practitioner, I bring personal and professional experience to creating a gender/queer-affirming space, regardless of whether gender and/or sexuality are central issues in your current therapeutic needs. I'm experienced in working with folks experiencing anxiety, depression, mood variations, and the multitude of responses that can result from trauma.
Ashton Jordan Page
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PLMHP, PCMSW Verified
Omaha, NE 68131
Not accepting new clients
My therapeutic lens is rooted in the tenants of social work and social justice. As a clinician I meet clients where they are and recognize that no person functions outside of their environment. So as we delve into issues of mental health symptoms, we will also be investigating how society at large plays a role in our health. I lean heavily on psychodynamic processing and a focused mindfulness practice called Brainspotting. I also engage clients through CBT, DBT, and narrative therapy. I am LGBTQIA+ friendly and am continually in the process of being anti-racist.
Non-Binary
(402) 256-6873
Verified
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Omaha, NE 68131
Not accepting new clients
Non-Binary
My therapeutic lens is rooted in the tenants of social work and social justice. As a clinician I meet clients where they are and recognize that no person functions outside of their environment. So as we delve into issues of mental health symptoms, we will also be investigating how society at large plays a role in our health. I lean heavily on psychodynamic processing and a focused mindfulness practice called Brainspotting. I also engage clients through CBT, DBT, and narrative therapy. I am LGBTQIA+ friendly and am continually in the process of being anti-racist.

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