Stephanie Kinney, LIMHP, CMFT
Certified Marriage and Family Therapist
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, LIMFT
Marriage and Family Therapist
9300 Underwood Avenue Ste 240, Omaha, Nebraska 68114
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
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!
Steve Brownrigg, NCC, LADC, LMHP
Licensed Alcohol & Drug Counselor, Licensed Mental Health Practitioner
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.
Joan Elizabeth Fink-Arney, M.S., LMHP, LPC, NCC
Provisionally Licensed Mental Health Practitioner
18021 Oak Street, Suite B, Omaha, Nebraska 68130
Communication is often the key to healthy relationships whether dating, engaged or married. Many times I hear couples say how frustrated they are with their partner because they “don’t hear me!” Couples therapy can help all couples learn how to effectively communicate, clearly express thoughts and feelings without offending or attacking our partners. Additionally, couples therapy can help each partner listen and truly understand what is being said, instead of formulating a quick rebuttal, they may regret later. Successful couples therapy can help each couple improve their relationship in a safe, confidential and healthy environment. Common concerns include: Physical Intimacy Trust Issues – Establishing or Rebuilding Learning how to...(view profile to read more)
Scott Panning, MA, PLMHP
Provisionally Licensed Mental Health Professional
13906 Gold Circle Suite 202, Omaha, Nebraska 68116
My goal in relationship counseling is to help you as a couple reach deeper levels of understanding of one another, and deeper levels of trust. These two processes often go hand in hand, and they are the two basic elements that make up a relationship. Couple's counseling can provide you with a setting to practice hearing one another out, so that productive solutions to your conflicts can be reached. You can then take the principles of communication that you learned and practiced in counseling and apply them to your relationship so that the two of you can solve issues and come to understand each other more effectively in the future.
Jamie Heng, LIMHP, LPC, CDGC, PLADC
Licensed Professional Counselor
3801 Union Dr, Ste 206, Lincoln, Nebraska 68516
I enjoy working with couples to help them make changes in their relationship to help them improve their bond with one another. Issues that may be addressed would include improving communication, having healthy boundaries, increasing empathy and understanding for one another, and improving trust. My goal is to help the couple meet their individual and joint goals.