Counseling in Lincoln, NE. Find the Right Therapist.

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Kendra Hubbard, MS

Kendra Hubbard, MS

Licensed Mental Health Practitioner

5539 S 27th Street, Suite 104, Lincoln, Nebraska 68512 | 402-937-3565

Are you feeling stressed, overwhelmed or just out of balance? Could you benefit from having an objective listener to guide and support you through your struggles? I provide a safe, comfortable place to help you explore these issues and get you back on the road of life.


2633 P Street, Lincoln, Nebraska

Meeting people where they are and supporting them to gain control of their lives is what CenterPointe aims to do. By treating the whole person, mental health and addiction can be addressed together in real-time.

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Lincoln is the capital of Nebraska, with around 250,000 people Lincoln is also the home of the University of Nebraska. Lincoln was established in 1856, as a village of Lancaster. Omaha was formerly the capital but since most of the territory's population lived south of the Platte River, the capital was moved to Lancaster, even though Omaha tried to stop the change, the capital was moved. In 1867, Lancaster was renamed to Lincoln when Nebraska became a state.1 Lincoln is one of the only bigger cities in Nebraska that is not located along a river. The city was originally located next to Salt Creek, but with the growth of the area, the saline wetlands are virtually non-existent. The growth has unfortunately infringed upon the habitat of the Salt Creek tiger beetle, which is now endangered. There are virtually no suburbs in Lincoln as the city has annexed all the metropolitan areas. Any area that would have been developed as a suburb has been annexed to the city.

Mental Health in Lincoln

At Ease is a support group specifically designed to meet the mental health needs of veterans and their families. Specializing in the treatment of PTSD, anger management, and trauma-related guilt, these groups provide veterans and their families with practical solutions to cope with past events and manage day-to-day affairs. Peer support provides understanding for each veteran's situation, while the input of expert group leaders provides guidance to better mental health functioning, Groups are offered to all veterans and their loved ones regardless of ability to pay. Call 402-435-2910 to obtain further details.2

The Nebraska Autism Spectrum Disorders Network provides educational courses, trainings, and support to parents, teachers, and other caretakers of children with autism. In addition to assessment materials to help clinicians diagnose the disorder, the Network provides trainings for parents and educators to ensure they have the scope of knowledge and resources required to provide appropriate services. The Network also provides school districts with technical assistance in implementing school-based support programs and devising appropriate IEP goals for autistic children. To learn more about these services, call 402-472-4194.3

The Social Services Department of the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska provides social work services to tribal families that promote healthy, stable family interactions and improved mental health. The agency provides social, emotional, and spiritual guidance that helps families navigate crises and remain together through tough times. Their youth programs help young tribal members connect with the tribe's traditions and values through cultural exercises and activities that promote connections to family and the community in a healthy manner. All programs are strengths-based and rely on traditional tribal values. For additional information, call 402-438-9222.4

Current Initiatives

Project Relate is dedicated to eradicating stigma associated with mental illness. Through statewide informational campaigns, the project raises awareness of mental health issues while helping communities devise strategies to relate to mentally ill persons in a compassionate and caring manner. Communities learn how to fight stigma through education and having open discussions about common mental illnesses. The project also coordinates information between various mental health agencies so individuals who have a mental illness and their loved ones have easy access to valuable resources.5


1. University of Nebraska-Lincoln. (2005). Lincoln-Lancaster County. Retrieved from
2. Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska. (2017). At Ease. Retrieved from
3. Nebraska Autism Spectrum Disorders Network. (2017). Network Services. Retrieved from
4. Ponca Tribe of Nebraska. (2017). Social Services. Retrieved from
5. Project Relate. (2017). About Us. Retrieved from

Lincoln is located in Lancaster County, Nebraska. It has a land area of 92.11 square miles and a water area of 1.35 square miles.  The population of Lincoln is 277,348 people with 107,574 households and a median annual income of $49,840. .

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Some budgeting needed

While counseling can certainly be an expense for individuals and families in Lincoln, with proper budgeting, it is entirely do-able and the risk/reward is worth it. For some families, it may be difficult to sustain a commitment to therapy without proper insurance coverage. If this is you, ask your therapist about low cost options as practitoners in and around Lincoln may have flexibility or sliding scales. Low cost counseling and affordable therapy are also sometimes offered by listed city and university level clinics, check with your local Lincoln public health department.