My Approach to Helping
Is anxiety keeping you up at night? Are you having problems with depression and don't feel like yourself lately? Have communication problems and trust issues derailed your relationship? We all experience challenges in our life that may seem overwhelming. Seeking counseling during these times is a sign of strength, as it shows a willingness to face problems and take action to solve them. I have a collaborative approach with my clients, and believe that humor and empowerment are key components to therapy.
I work with clients on a wide range of issues, including panic attacks, anxiety, depression, anger management, work place stress, relationship issues, and detaching from unhealthy relationships. In addition, I am certified in EMDR, a highly effective treatment for trauma, anxiety and phobias. If you are struggling with these issues, please call for an appointment. I would be honored to assist you.
More Info About My Practice
I teach solution-focused tools that clients can use in the "real world" to improve their quality of life. I help couples improve their communication and restore broken trust. I accept most insurance plans, self pay, and Nebraska Medicaid. Our office is conveniently located near Fort and I-680.
My Role as a Therapist
I believe everyone has an ability to be happy and successful. I am here to help you in realizing your potential. Often times, we get stuck in a rut and unintentionally repeat patterns that are ineffective. Through collaboration with you, I will design interventions aimed at teaching skills you can use to get out of the rut, and on with your life.
On the Fence About Going to Therapy?
Therapy is a tool that can be helpful in a wide range of circumstances, from helping you achieve your best in relationships, personal life and the workplace, or for treatment of concerns such as depression and anxiety. I would like those considering counseling to view therapy as an investment in their well being and future. We spend time and money on gym memberships, which is a great part of self care, but often neglect the most important part of our body. Taking care of our mental well being is vital. Counseling can help.