Lincoln, Nebraska Therapists

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Omaha, Nebraska

Life can be difficult at times, but it does not have to consume us. I want to be here when you need help getting through those times so that peace can be restored. I will help you see that you do have choices, and teach you new ways to respond to...
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Lincoln, Nebraska

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Nebraska

Jeremy Eberle, of Lincoln Nebraska, is a licensed therapist who has been providing services in the form of individuals, groups, couples, and families since 2010. Mr. Eberle has focused primarily on treatment for substance use disorders as well as...
Yasmin Tucker
L.P.C, MS
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Omaha, Nebraska

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Nebraska

**In person or online telehealth appointments available.** Are you struggling to adjust to life stress and/or survival of traumatic events? Are you a parent struggling to help your child through life traditions and big feelings? Are you barely...
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Nebraska

Patricia (Trish) Carter has accumulated over 30 years of experience in the social services field while at Boystown, The Salvation Army, and as a professional counselor in private practice. She is Board Certified in Neurofeedback and is a Nebraska...
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Omaha, Nebraska

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Nebraska

Hello, my name is Nene Diallo. I have been providing mental health services in private practice for over three years. I received my master’s degree in clinical social work from the University of Nebraska Omaha in 2016. I am licensed in the state...
Jea Theis
LICSW
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Omaha, Nebraska

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Nebraska

Jea Theis is a licensed independent mental health counselor and clinical social worker. Jea has been working in the social services and mental health field for twenty years, starting out in the area of family violence, as a men's domestic violence...
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Nebraska

Education: MA from the University of Kansas. BA From Buena Vista College Experience: Before starting A Better Way Therapy, Bruce was a Director for outpatient services at a behavioral health company in Omaha and also worked for several places...
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Nebraska

Am I the right therapist for you? It depends on whether my approach to therapy and personality are the right fit for you. So let me share a little more about myself, so you can decide if we would work well together. Most clients describe me as...
Linda J Wright
Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner, National Certified Counselor
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Nebraska, Colorado

Linda is a genuine and compassionate therapist whose goal is to meet her clients exactly where they’re at. She has frequently been told that she brings a calming aura to any environment and has a natural tendency to be able to put people at ease....
Krystal Humbard
LPC, NCC, MA
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Omaha, Nebraska

I work with all age groups with concerns related to anxiety, anger management, unhealthy coping strategies, stress management, depression and relationships. I enjoy working with clients to increase their ability to regulate emotions, in order for...
David Sullivan
LIMHP, LADC
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Nebraska

My Bachelors degree in psychology is from the University of Nebraska, to which I added a masters degree in mental health counseling years later. These educational experiences included training in dynamic group therapy, solution-focused brief...
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Nebraska

I’ve been working in the mental health community for over five years. I received my masters degree in Clinical Social Work from the University of Nebraska Omaha. I’m currently licensed in the the state of Nebraska as a Licensed Clinical Social...
Bill Hehner
MS, LIMHP
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Omaha, Nebraska

Hello and Welcome. Thank you for visiting my profile. My name is Bill Hehner. I work with children, adolescents, and adults on a wide range of presenting issues, including depression, anxiety, anger, self-esteem, grief and loss, oppositional-defiant...

Guide to Finding Mental Health Professionals in Lincoln, Nebraska

The capital of Nebraska, Lincoln has received many accolades for a city its size of more than 284,000 people.  Known for its economy, the area was ranked number 1 by NerdWallet as the “Best Place to Seek Employment” in the United State and Forbes for “America’s Best Cities for New Jobs” in recent years. State government along with Goodyear, Ameritas Life Insurance and the University of Nebraska are some of the largest employers with small businesses in printing, and pharmaceutical manufacturing as job opportunities. Additionally, the city is ranked first for the “Most Content City” by 24/7 Wallstreet and 7th for “Best Cities to Make New Friends” by AARP. Considered one of the best in urban living amongst a rural area, Lincoln is a modern city with Midwestern roots.

An active-living city, Lincoln has 130 miles of walking and bike trails for residents and visitors to enjoy.  City attractions include Sunken Gardens, Pioneer Park Nature Center, International Quilt Study Center & Museum and Midwestern African Museum of Art. Additionally, known for sports and the history of the University of Nebraska football team, Lincoln is a draw for the state and a larger region of the Midwest during the team’s season.  Along with the large university and the 22,000 college student population, the city maintains business advancement, quality education, and growth for up-and-coming entrepreneurs. Due to the affordable housing market, considerable low costs of living and low rate of unemployment, Lincoln is an attractive place to call home for families with children and young professionals. The city has a small town feel, embodies the values of Midwestern charm and has been considered by others as welcoming and diverse.

In 2016, the Lincoln area piloted a Mental Health Diversion program with the goal of keeping citizens with serious mental illness from re-entering or returning to court for nonviolent, misdemeanor crimes. Recently, lawmakers announced that the state is having hardship in providing mental health services after a program change a decade ago from state-run regional centers to locally run operations. This change did not allocate for additional funding for local programs and a “real deficiency” has occurred in mental health services after regional centers were closed as a cost savings measure. Due to this, public safety officials have few resources allocated to them to provide individuals that need mental health services. In 2017, the police department received 3,543 calls ranging from mental health investigations to suicide with a lack of resources to provide officers who address the calls. A recent community health report indicated that Lancaster County residents exhibited a higher rate of having a lifetime diagnosis of depression (19.5%) compared to the national rate (19.0%) and youth who attempted suicide increased from 9.6% to 14.0% in 2015.

Mental health wellness is important for you and your family’s well-being. Are there times that you may find yourself struggling with emotions? Are there moments in which your anger or behavior makes you feel overwhelmed? If so, our community of Lincoln therapist serves both adults and children and we welcome you to take the first step to receive help. Whether you suffer from a personality disorder or have stress-related issues, researching your potential therapist is an important step as together, we can help you discover a solution. Invest time to review the practitioners’ bios and blogs on our site to learn more about each therapist, their skill set and style. While you navigate through our website, consider the following questions:

•    Why am I seeking help?
•    What are my goals in therapy?
•    Am I more comfortable with a man or a woman?
•    Are there any personal aspects I’m not willing to discuss?
•    Do I want to be able to lead the discussion, or have it led?
•    How long do I plan to attend therapy?
•    Does my problem need extra specialization?

Your mental health, along with physical health, defines your overall well-being. Together, we can help identify and help manage mental illness issues as our therapists help individuals and couples transition during difficult times. When you are ready to select your final choice for a therapist, pay attention to their office hours and if they are certified to help your needs both are important to the success of your treatment.

It takes courage to receive help so your journey to well-being may take a few months to a year as each mental health issue is complex and took time to develop. Our Lincoln professionals’ mission is to help guide you through the barriers and opportunities during your treatment and make effective changes that provide long-lasting solutions. It is time to take control of what matters most – your life!