Dena Crosby, MS, LIMHP, CPC
Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner
9300 Underwood Avenue suite 240, Omaha, NE 68114
Increasing your own sense of well-being is very empowering. I would be privileged to work with you and explore the thoughts, feelings and behaviors that have brought you to this point in your life. Whether your goal is problem solving, to live with a greater self-awareness and/or to become empowered to live the life you have always wanted you will find psychotherapy work at Dena Crosby Counseling very rewarding.
Joan Elizabeth Fink-Arney, M.S., LMHP, LPC, NCC
Provisionally Licensed Mental Health Practitioner
18021 Oak Street, Suite B, Omaha, NE 68130
The decision to seek therapeutic help is never an easy one. It often comes at a time when most people feel hopeless, vulnerable, frustrated and unable to cope without outside help and resources. Sometimes life feels out of balance…like we have lost our rhythm. Rhythm or no rhythm, life isn’t always easy. Relationships may not be as fulfilling as they used to be, anxieties and worries get in the way of enjoying life. Recognizing this, I strive to provide my clients with the utmost respect and compassion, in a confidential and safe environment. I will work together with you, in an authentic, collaborative way, to bring about positive changes that make sense in your life, according to your personal values. I believe each individual is unique, strong and...(view profile to read more)
Steven Boman, M.A., LMHP, CMFT
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
1299 Farnam Street, Suite 300, Omaha, NE 68102
As a psychotherapist, I offer innovative methods that are highly effective and efficient in terms of time, while also having lasting benefits. Two methods include Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and mindfulness based psychotherapy. Both integrate elements from traditional behavioral therapies and current brain research. EMDR focuses less on “talking through” problems and facilitates the brain’s natural ability to resolve past traumas, relieve current symptoms, and to develop skills for dealing with the future. Mindfulness based approaches promote psychological flexibility and freedom from automatic thoughts and behaviors that inhibit a more rich and meaningful life.
Scott Panning, MA, PLMHP
Provisionally Licensed Mental Health Professional
13906 Gold Circle Suite 202, Omaha, NE 68116
I believe in the "Positive Psychology" mindset for psychotherapy which means that while we are free to discuss and problem solve specific issues and symptoms you may be experiencing, I am also interested in what strengths, talents you hold as a human being. This rounds out therapy and allows room for you as a whole person to sit and talk in the room without feeling as if all I want to hear about is your problems.
Jennifer Francke, LIMHP, LPC, LADC
Licensed Professional Counselor
11907 Arbor St., Suite G, Omaha, NE 68144
People have many different reasons for coming to psychotherapy. Some may be seeking to learn more about themselves or to be more effective in achieving their life goals. Others may be going through a life transition such as unemployment, divorce, a new job, etc. Some people are seeking assistance in managing a range of other issues such as stress overload, depression, anxiety, addiction, trauma, and relationship problems. Because each person has different issues and goals for therapy, therapy will be different for each individual. I look forward to hearing more about your specific reasons for seeking psychotherapy and I am confident we will find effective ways to help you meet your goals.
Steve Brownrigg, NCC, LADC, LMHP
Licensed Alcohol & Drug Counselor, Licensed Mental Health Practitioner
7602 Pacific St., Suite 304, Omaha, NE 68114
Psychotherapy is simply a deeper, more complex approach to chronic life problems than is "Counseling". It acknowledges that a client's multiple issues are usually interconnected and have common sources in childhood and the family of Origin. Steve Brownrigg chose his specialty of Co-Occurring disorders because these clients can rarely find a Therapist that can coordinate and treat all of a client's issues in one course of treatment. Proper treatment of Co-Occurring Disorders involves the Therapist having multiple Skill Sets and Competencies, such as Addiction/Recovery approaches, Cognitive-Behavioral Tools and Trauma-Processing Techniques.