Feminist therapists in Omaha, Nebraska NE
Psychologist, MPsy, PsyD
The concept of Sound Mind Sound Body LLC is based on an Ancient Greek proverb that in order to be truly healthy, one must be healthy in both mind and body-if there is an imbalance, there is less fulfillment in one’s life. My goal is to help you to achieve that balance. There is an obvious emphasis in attaining physical health, and too often, there is less emphasis on the importance of mental health. In particular, how mental health can be impacted by physical health, and how physical health can impact mental health. Whether you experience chronic illness, trauma, identity issues (sexual orientation, ethnicity, the roles we play)-these are all areas that can affect one’s overall health. As a clinical psychologist, I have years of experience working in all these areas and hope to serve you to improve your well being. As someone who also struggles with chronic illness, specifically Crohn's Disease and PSC, my personal experience can also be helpful in improving understanding and treatment. Asking for help is hard, especially when you are in pain or feeling isolated. It's a brave step to reach out for help. I strive to help you find your healthiest self and to improving your quality of life. Feel free to e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
7 Years Experience
Hello and welcome! I provide tele-therapy online to adults. My specialties includes sexual concerns (difficulty with orgasm, painful sex, low sexual desire) stress, relationship difficulties, grief, body image concerns, and identity exploration. I am passionate about working with millennials, womxn, LGBT folks, kink/non-monogamous individuals and people from religious minority backgrounds, particularly Jewish and Muslim clients. I offer tele-health in 30+ states through an inter-state agreement for Psychologists called PsyPact.
7 Years Experience
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27 Years Experience
Psychologist, PsyD, MEd
Life is filled with challenges. We all approach these challenges in characteristic ways that are shaped by the life we have lived up until that moment. We learn how to respond to challenges based on what has been helpful in the past. As we grow and move through life, these ways of coping can become less advantageous. Sometimes we get stuck in our responses to stress, and this can exacerbate negative feelings. I can help you learn to notice these patterns, the ways they have helped, and the ways in which they no longer serve you. Together, we will work to create more options for you to respond to the challenges of life.
14 Years Experience
Psychologist, Ph.D., L.P.
One of my favorite questions is, "Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?" by Mary Oliver. I view therapy as a gift to yourself to create more meaningful experiences and develop resilience to overcome life's obstacles.
18 Years Experience