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Online therapy in Omaha

Online therapy in Omaha is a new on-demand service that offers instant messaging and video chat with therapists. Using an easy sign-up process you can chat with a therapist at a time that works best for you. You can privately chat with one of our therapists whether you’re dealing with anxiety, stress, depression, weight loss, live in Omaha, or anywhere else in the world.

Setting up an account is quick and easy. You provide some basic information like your name and email address then immediately start chatting with a therapist online. After you’ve established communication with a therapist you can schedule appointments, record sessions to review later, and send messages between sessions. The level of service and privacy that we provide will give you a sense of comfort and security as you work through your problems.

With online therapy in Omaha, we put the power back into the hands of our users. No more missed therapy appointments due to scheduling conflicts or inconvenient locations. Your therapist is only a click away, and your account will be fully encrypted using the most advanced security standards available.

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Mental Health in Omaha

In Omaha, there are a number of mental health conditions that have been recorded. For children age 10-14 years old, 13.4% of them have ADHD, 8.8% have an anxiety disorder, and 7% have a mood disorder. This includes depression and bipolar disorders. For the population of adults that are 18-29 years old in Omaha, 9.9% of them have ADHD and 9% of them experience depression symptoms according to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH). The top five issues in the city of Omaha adults are anxiety (4%), alcohol abuse (3.8%), other depression (2.5%), cocaine/crack use disorder (0.9%) and heroin use disorder (.1%).

For adults that are 30-49 years old, 6% have an anxiety condition, 5.4% have depression, 6% have other depression symptoms, 4.6% experience symptoms of alcohol abuse, and 2.5% are cocaine/crack users (NSDUH). The leading issues in the 50-64 year olds are anxiety (4.6%), other depression symptoms (3%) and alcoholism symptoms (2%).

For Omaha adults that are 65 years of age or older, 6.2% experience symptoms of depression, 6.7% have other depressive diseases, and 4.3% are alcohol abusers (NSDUH). The top three mental health issues in the city for adults who are over 65 years old is depression (6.5%), anxiety (4.8%).


Best Therapists in Omaha

Michael J. Sheehan, MD

Michael J. Sheehan, MD is located in Omaha and his practice is in the fields of psychiatry, psychoanalysis, psychotherapy, and hypnotherapy. He studied from 1972 to 1980 at the University of Nebraska.

Joseph R. Brennan, MSW

Joseph R. Brennan, MSW has been practicing as a therapist since 1991 and opened his own center in 1993. He worked as an intern from 1981-1983 at the Menninger Clinic in Topeka, KS, and from 1983-1985 as a psychotherapist for children.

Dr. Scott Auerbach

Dr. Scott Auerbach studied from 1979 to 1984 at the University of Iowa and opened his own practice in 1985. He is a member of several psychiatric associations including The American Psychiatric Association, The International Association For Forensic Psychotherapy and holds board certification by the American Society Of Addiction Medicine (ASAM).

Dr. James H Quillen

Dr. James H Quillen studied from 1971 to 1977 at Oregon State University. He opened his own practice in 1978. He helps people with psychiatric disorders and also those with addiction problems. He is a member of the American Psychiatric Association, The American Society Of Addiction Medicine, The Nebraska Psychiatric Association, and was elected president of The Nebraska Society Of Addiction Medicine from 1984 – 1985.

Dr. Alan Sidney

Dr. Alan Sidney studied from 1972 to 1976 at Washington State University. His practice is in psychiatric services including behavioral medicine, psychiatry, psychotherapy, and psychopharmacology. He is a member of several psychiatric associations such as The American Psychiatric Association, The American Medical Association (AMA), The Nebraska Psychiatric Association, The Omaha County Medical Society and holds board certification by the American Board Of Psychiatry And Neurology, Inc.]

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Common types of therapies in Omaha

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Most common therapy approach in Omaha is where the therapist challenges your negative thoughts about you and the world. He tries to alter unwanted behaviors or treat disorders such as depression.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

Second most common therapy approach in Omaha is which the therapists teach behavioral skills (mindfulness & emotion regulation) to help clients enhance motivation. DBT is often used for mental health issues including eating disorders, PTSD, personality disorder, self-harming notions.

Existential Therapy

3rd most common therapy treatment in Omaha focuses on self-actualization in the face of people’s challenges. Existential therapy aids clients in confronting hard and distressing truths about life and death.

Other therapy approaches include:

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Psychologists or therapists in Omaha help people understand and handle different life problems and mental health issues.

They diagnose and treat mental disorders, learning disabilities, and behavioral problems.

You should expect to pay between $100 and $250 for a face-to-face therapy session with a Omaha area therapist.  Online therapy in Omaha is relatively affordable and therapists charge between $30 to $ 150. You can book both online and face-to-face sessions with a therapist in Omaha via MantraCare.

In case you are looking for free therapists or free therapy, you can choose to call the Omaha free helpline number. There are a few online therapy options that can be free or low-cost. At MantraCare, therapy can cost you as low as $10.

Anyone interested in working as a therapist or counselor in the Omaha area must earn at least an accredited master’s degree in counseling or social work. Omaha also has some continuing education requirements, and every counselor or therapist is required to know all the rules and laws that pertain to their profession.

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Omaha Counselor or Therapists Directory

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