Depression Counseling in Omaha, NE.

Leading therapy for major depression, bipolar, postpartum depression, SAD and mood disorders in Omaha, Nebraska.

Depression Counselor

Scott Panning, MA, PLMHP

Provisionally Licensed Mental Health Professional

13906 Gold Circle Suite 202, Omaha, Nebraska

With depression I want to address the symptoms directly and find out what we can do about the loss of energy, difficulty sleeping, depressed mood, and other symptoms that come with depression. Making a plan is important in keeping depression from getting in the way of your work, lifestyle, and relationships. I also want to explore what some of the root causes of the depression might be so that deeper healing can occur.

Depression Counselor

Joan Elizabeth Fink-Arney, M.S., LMHP, LPC, NCC

Provisionally Licensed Mental Health Practitioner

18021 Oak Street, Suite B, Omaha, Nebraska

Often depression sets in when we are not accustomed to the emotional upheaval of change, loss, grief and just every day life events. As humans, we can go from feeling devastated in a second that hits us out of no-where, with mood swings that are difficult for our family and friends to understand. One minute we are just fine, and the next...we are an emotional wreck. I provide a safe and confidential environment to explore various feelings of depression and help you sort things out. My goal is to help you become the best version of yourself!

Depression Counselor

Grace University

825 Dorcas St, Omaha, Nebraska

Mission: To assist individuals, couples, and families with processing the challenges they face in life from a Judeo-Christian Worldview. The Grace University Counseling Center is a place of holistic healing where Christian counselors look at all areas of your life and the struggles you face to determine a comprehensive plan to resolve or manage your life’s issues.

Fee: $20 (this is for anyone who is a non-Grace student)
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Depression Counselor

Dena Crosby, MS, LIMHP, LPC

Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner

9300 Underwood Avenue suite 240, Omaha, Nebraska

Have you lost enjoyment in the things that once excited you, discouraged, downcast? Do you find yourself short-tempered, teary and/or irritable? Have you become self-critical? are you carrying feelings of guilt, shame, worthlessness and helpless? You may be depressed and it is worth finding out about because you can feel better. Through unconditional regard, learning to trust God, assistance in coping with your environment and can overcome the debilitating experience of depression.

Depression Counselor

Brian Hofsommer, LIMFT

Marriage and Family Therapist

9300 Underwood Avenue Ste 240, Omaha, Nebraska

Depression hurts, but it doesn't have to hurt forever. Depression can be anything from a chemical imbalance to natural grief to a persistent lack of purpose. In looking at the many parts of your entire life, we can begin to understand what causes you to get stuck in the same old thoughts and habits and start to form new thoughts and habits that create a new way to live. You don't have to be a passive bystander in your own life. You can change.

Depression Counselor

Jennifer Francke, LIMHP, LPC, LADC

Licensed Professional Counselor

11907 Arbor St., Suite G, Omaha, Nebraska

Depression is more than just sadness. It is often accompanied by a sense of hopelessness, various physical complaints, disruptions in patterns of sleep, changes in appetite, a loss of enjoyment in life, and feelings of worthlessness. If you believe you are experiencing depression, it is important to be evaluated and seek treatment. The way I work with depression is highly individualized but our initial work is focused on providing relief from symptoms and restoring a sense of hope for the future. In beginning your work with depression, it’s important to understand that it will get better, even when it seems all hope is lost.

Depression Counselor

Steve Brownrigg, NCC, LADC, LMHP

Licensed Alcohol & Drug Counselor, Licensed Mental Health Practitioner

7602 Pacific St., Suite 304, Omaha, Nebraska

Depression is usually created by Negative Cognitions learned early in life that form a client's view of themselves, such as "I am unlovable" or "not good enough." Learning can be from verbal scripts or non-verbal sources, such as physical or sexual abuse, bullying, or anger or other dysfunctions in the family of origin. Steve helps clients eliminate depression with the use of Cognitive-Behavioral tools, and to keep it from happening in the future by processing the original sources of negative beliefs through the use of EMDR. Steve will also help clients enlarge their support system and improve interpersonal intimacy to further reduce Depression and improve Self-Esteem.

You Have Found The Best Therapists for Depression and Mood Issues in Omaha, NE.

Are you ready to experience new freedom? Thank you for visiting our Nebraska search of licensed therapists in Omaha who specialize in helping people overcome sadness, treat major depression and mood disorders such as bipolar, postpartum depression, and seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Feeling down, lonely, and depressed can affect us at any station in life. Sometimes the cause may be physiological (such as hormonal or due to medication), it may be emotional, environmental, psychological or any combination of the above. Counseling for recovery and restoration from depression by a top rated therapist in Omaha will help you climb back up and start living your dreams again.

Omaha is located in Douglas County, Nebraska. It has a land area of 133.19 square miles and a water area of 3.52 square miles.  The population of Omaha is 443,885 people with 173,764 households and a median annual income of $49,896. .

Therapy Affordability Meter for Omaha, NE

Some budgeting needed

While counseling can certainly be an expense for individuals and families in Omaha, 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 Omaha may have flexibility or sliding scales