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for Therapists in Omaha, Nebraska Therapists, Counselors & Psychologists

If you're suffering from a mental health disorder or know someone who is, finding the right mental health professional in Omaha doesn't have to be a difficult task. Using TherapyTribe's advanced search feature can help you find the right match. Search our directory by therapist type, zip code and areas of expertise. Finding a therapist that is a good fit is key to managing a mental health disorder.

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Anne E Barker, LCSW, LIMHP, Clinical Social Work/Therapist

Working with you in a safe, supportive environment, I will listen compassionately to your story and help you create changes in your thinking, feeling and behavior that will allow you to resolve worries and hurts, improve your relationships and enhance your ability to cope with life stressors.

1.96 miles from
68132

6107 Maple Street Suite B Omaha, Nebraska 68104

t: 402-933-4222

w: Barker Therapy Arts

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Laura Pryor, LIMHP, LPC, PLADC, Licensed Professional Counselor

My goal as a therapist is to help clients find what it is they are seeking my services for, whether this be help for individual, family, or couples work. I am passionate about what I do and believe that meeting the client where they are at is a key to facilitating the change process.

4.97 miles from
68132

7909 L Street Omaha, Nebraska 68127

t: 4029812177

f: 4029343801

w: www.laurapryortherapy.com

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Jill Eckerman, MS, LIMHP, LADC, NCC, Counselor/Therapist

I view therapy as a collaborative process, you and I working together to find resolutions. As we talk, daunting issues can become manageable. Therapy is about acknowledging and accepting ourselves, letting go of what we no longer need, and being present. Special interest in treating addictions.

6.28 miles from
68132

10824 Old Mill Road, Suite #21 Omaha, Nebraska 68154

t: 402-330-6060

f: 402-330-6108

w: jilleckerman.com

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Mrs Jeannie M Gilinsky, MS,LMHP, Counselor/Therapist

Sometimes life can seem overwhelming. If you are feeling depressed and lonely or having difficulty dealing with your anger and anxiety, I can help make life and relationships feel more manageable.

6.43 miles from
68132

14441 Dupont Ct Ste 303 Omaha, Nebraska 68144

t: 402-330-8833

w: www.npcounseling.com

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Tara L. Thomsen, MS, LMHP, Therapist

I enjoy helping you live the best life possible. Each of us is a unique person, with unique problems, solutions, and treatment needs. I would like to help you find the solutions to the stress you are experiencing. Honesty, acceptance, support and knowledge are things I'm willing to share with you.

6.43 miles from
68132

2933 South 120th Street Omaha, Nebraska 68144

t: 4027582744

f: 4027582720

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Mrs. Anita Fitzekam, MS, LMHP, LADC, Therapist

I enjoy completing alcohol and drug evaluations as well as treatment both for addictions and mental health. Family/couple counseling is a strength as well as treating depression and anxiety.

6.43 miles from
68132

2255 South 132nd Street Suite 200 Omaha, Nebraska 68144

t: 402-334-1122

f: 402-334-8171

w: fitzekamcounseling.com

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Bette Tarrant, LCSW, LIMHP, Therapist

I have the best job in the world--I have helped troubled relationships blossom, helped self-esteem grow, have helped childhood wounds heal and have helped transform despair into a bright future.

6.43 miles from
68132

11414 West Center Rd #233 Omaha, Nebraska 68144

t: 402-960-0192

f: 402-504-9538

w: Bette Tarrant Therapy

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Associated Counseling Professionals

Since 1993, the staff at Associated Counseling Professionals has provided counseling to thousands of individuals and families. Our staff has the expertise to respond to a diverse range of personal concerns and clinical needs.

If we can't help, we'll assist you to find the resources you need.

6.43 miles from
68132

2255 S. 132nd St. Suite 200 Omaha, Nebraska 68144

t: 402-334-1122

w: Associated Counseling Professionals - Omaha

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The mental health needs in Omaha vary, but the city is well-known for its specialized therapists who treat different age categories, including children, teens, young adults, and seniors. Prevalent issues in the city include depression, anxiety, and alcohol and drug addiction. Underage alcohol abuse is a problem in particular -- according to the East Central District Health Department, approximately 24% of Nebraska teens report having their first drink before reaching the age of 13. 

Depression is a mental illness that affects both mind and body. Persistent feelings of sadness, irritability, general loss of interest in hobbies, fatigue, and feelings of desperate hopelessness are just a few of the common signs and symptoms of depression. Major depressive disorder and dysthymic disorder are the two most common types of depression in Omaha. Antidepressant medications and psychotherapy are common methodologies of treatment for depression. With proper treatment, most individuals suffering from depression go on to lead happy and productive lives.

Anxiety disorders affect both the young and old in Omaha. Although anxiety is a natural emotion, those with anxiety disorders often face daily challenges. It can impede the ability to function in relationships, at school, at work and in everyday life. The types of anxiety disorders include panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), social anxiety disorder, and generalized anxiety disorder. Before anxiety becomes too debilitating, it's wise to seek treatment. Many people who suffer from anxiety disorders respond favorably with psychotherapy, medication and other complementary treatments, such as biofeedback and hypnosis.

Like many other big cities, alcohol and drug addiction are included in the mental health problems in Omaha. These addictions are brain diseases that adversely affect an individual's ability to control the specific addiction. In addition, these addictions can lead to major changes in both the function and structure of the brain. Addiction recovery is a complex and difficult process, so it is best to seek an experienced therapist to help you. Omaha is well-known for its top-rated rehab centers. With medically supervised detox, medications, and support, recovery is possible. It's critical to seek treatment before significant changes occur to the brain.

While searching for a therapist, it's wise to consider location, therapist specific expertise, personal preference, and therapy method. It's likely that several sessions will be needed, so the therapist's office should be a convenient distance from where you live. Consider the cultural focus and gender of the therapist. You might feel more comfortable with a female therapist than a male. Many therapists offer a variety of therapeutic approaches, such as cognitive behavioral therapy, psychotherapy, or didactic behavioral therapy. Consider the approach, and choose one that you're comfortable with.

Many therapists accept insurance, but check with your provider first to make sure that your therapist and treatment methods are covered under your plan. You can also speak with your doctor when booking an appointment to find out more about insurance options.

TherapyTribe is here to help you find a therapist to assist with any mental health disorder you're facing. Our network of specialists will put you on the path to wellness with a specialized treatment plan that you are comfortable with. Take a step in the right direction to becoming a happier, healthier you.