Persons with Disabilities therapists in Omaha, Nebraska NE
Psychologist, Licensed Psychologist
My passion is to help people going through difficult life transitions. Many events in life can affect our stability; divorce, retirement, grief and loss, illness, accidents, losing your job, or living through a pandemic. Sometimes it's even hard to know why we feel how we feel. I help individuals, and also couples, overcome these difficulties.
13 Years Experience
My goal in therapy is to provide the support and compassionate challenge my clients need to face difficult episodes in their lives. I believe that most people benefit from the experience of having a caring, supportive listener to help them navigate challenging issues and painful transitions.
20 Years Experience
As a member of the LGBTQIA+ community, a trauma survivor, and someone with a chronic pain disorder; I approach the work that I do from a place of empathy and personal understanding. I have an intense passion for understanding personal identity and the way race, culture, class, and sexuality come together to form what we believe about ourselves and what we feel we can accomplish in our lives. Anxiety and trauma can live in our bodies - together we will create a relationship that fosters dynamic and lasting growth, tapping into undiscovered reserves of resiliency that will help navigate the past and prepare for a more hopeful future.
3 Years Experience
My evaluation and consultation philosophy is that all individuals have the ability to overcome challenges and reach their unique potential. I strive to help those I work with understand their strengths, gifts, and challenges in order to meet their goals and develop a realistic plan to move forward. My practice motto is to providing clarity to grow, bloom, and thrive. I offer a free, 15-minute consultation to help determine whether my services are a good match for you or your child and determine the best evaluation type to meet your needs.
14 Years Experience
Psychologist, Licensed Psychologist in NC, Authorized PsyPact Practitioner in 40 states
I have been a licensed therapist since 1987 when I was a professor of Counseling Psychology at the University of Missouri. I've continued to help my clients learn to love and accept themselves, whether in individual or couples therapy, executives and their teams, or women in prison. I pay attention to Body, Mind, and Spirit as we work, as I believe we must recognize the interaction of all three. Clients comment that despite feeling safe with me, they feel challenged to face themselves.