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Debra Cook, M.S., LADC, PLMHP

Licensed addiction counselor

Location: 7230 Florence Blvd, Omaha, Nebraska, 68112

I use the wisdom and work of Linda and Charlie Bloom (101 Things I Wish I Knew When I Got Married) and am the objective person to help you communicate with one another. If you need help breaking up and healing, I can assist you through that also. (Spiritual Divorce) I am not licensed in marriage counseling but have gathered my best working knowledge through the school of "Life".

Stephanie Kinney, LIMHP, CMFT

Certified Marriage and Family Therapist

Location: 400 North Minnesota Ave, Hastings, Nebraska, 68901

Couples counseling frequently involves couples who are unmarried or who are considering getting married. In this type of therapy, problems are identified, and strengths/weaknesses are assessed. The couple is helped to determine what they want to work on as well as if they want to work on their problems. Sometimes therapy helps a couple to decide that they want to let the relationship go. Regardless, the therapist's role is to help each person to identify his or her strengths both in or out of the relationship and to use those to problem-solve to benefit the situation as much as possible. Communication skills are often taught and practiced as well.

Brian Hofsommer, MMFT

Marriage and Family Therapist

Location: 13906 Gold Circle, Omaha, Nebraska, 68144

I specialize in working with all sorts of couples to move past the bitterness and resentment and find love for each other again. I use a model of therapy that has an 80% success rate with couples and have seen numerous couples regain their confidence in each other and the courage to trust again. I will use guided interventions and therapeutic leadership to give you the best opportunity to reclaim your relationship and find love again.

Dena Crosby, MS, LIMHP, CPC

Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner

Location: 9300 Underwood Avenue suite 240, Omaha, Nebraska, 68114

So many things influence our relationships these days. Events from the past and present, worry about the future, health issues, parenting concerns, communication styles, personality...to name a few. In relationship counseling we will explore where you are stuck, how you got there, and find ways to help you create the relationship you desire. I am trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy, Prepare Enrich and other treatment modalities. I am eclectic in my approach and suit the approach to the need. You will laugh, cry and work hard. It will be worth it!

Deborah Winckler, MS, LIMHP, BCETS, LPC, BCSA, CMHDRS

Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner

Location: 11330 Q Street #219, Omaha, Nebraska, 68137

Couples counseling focuses on the components of a solid, supportive and loving relationship between two people, irregardless of whether they are friends, relatives or lovers, A relationship built on a solid foundation of love, respect, and mutual trust will grow in strength and sustainability. Learning and utilizing these very special skill sets can optimize any relationship.

Vicki Holoubeck, , MS, CPC, LIMHP

Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner

Location: 205 Galvin Road N, Bellevue, Nebraska, 68005

Relationships between two people are always a matter of understanding the dynamics of the other person and understanding our own. We are all made of a personal set of boundaries, expectations, and needs developed from our own experiences and these two sets of boundaries are always interacting within a relationship. I utilize what is called a pain cycle to help couples identify the break down in the problems that they are experiecing with security and esteem and help them to develop individual and couple techniques to restore the security and love requirements that are necessary for a healthy relationship.

Anita Lovell, MA, LMHP, CPC

Licensed Mental Health Practitioner

Location: 1001 S. 70th St. Ste. 225, Lincoln, Nebraska, 68510

Are you having a difficult time in your relationship due to the struggles your having with your child and/or adolescent? We can ease some of this stress between you and your loved one by improving co-parenting strategies. Getting couples on the same page by talking it through as well as through behavioral interventions can be the key to success in your relationship. Less stress for your children, means less stress for you!

Steve Brownrigg, NCC, LADC, LMHP

Licensed Alcohol & Drug Counselor, Licensed Mental Health Practitioner

Location: 7602 Pacific St., Suite 304, Omaha, Nebraska, 68114

My philosophy is that most couples and family issues are primarily individual issues. I have developed a His-Hers-& Theirs approach that starts with Individual Therapy and joint relationship skills development, followed by identifying any remaining issues that need specialized approaches such as Transactional Analysis, Communication Enhancement or Parental Training. If there is an original basis for Love in the relationship, facilitating each spouse in their own movement toward individual wholeness and optimal functioning solves most marital issues, and enables them to enjoy a 1+1=3 relationship, often for the first time.

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