402.403.0190

638 N. 109th Plaza
Omaha, NE 68154

Symptoms and Problems

Every situation is unique, which is why we want to help you understand the problem before you ever pick up the phone and call us. We’ve designed this site to give you a sense for what the problem may be and how we might approach resolving it.

What you may be feeling

  • Clingy and demanding or distant in relationships
  • Intense emotions/anger/fear or apparent lack of emotions
  • Social awkardness
  • Difficulty maintaining relationships
  • Need for instant gratification
  • Job or school problems
  • Children frequently have problems with stealing, lying, and food hoarding
  • Adults frequently have substance abuse problems or other addictive behaviors

Our approach

  • For Adults: Cognitive behavioral treatment, DBT, EMDR, and Family Therapy
  • For Children: EMDR and Family Therapy Integrative Model: Treatment for Attachment Trauma in Children, utilizing a combination of family therapy and EMDR trauma therapy
  • More about attachment problems
  • For Parents: Integrative Parenting class. Read more »
  • More about EMDR »

What you may be feeling

  • Nightmares or intrusive thoughts/re-experiencing of the event
  • Avoidance of any reminders of the event, including people, places, smells, sounds, and emotions associated with the event
  • Hypervigilance and heightened startle response
  • Need to feel in control
  • Ineffective coping methods such as use of drugs and alcohol
  • Sleep problems
  • Intense reactions
  • Dissociation

Our approach

  • EMDR, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Individual and Family Therapy, and Clinical Hypnosis
  • EMDR and Family Therapy Integrative Model: Treatment for Attachment Trauma in Children, utilizing a combination of family therapy and EMDR trauma therapy
  • More about EMDR »

What you may be feeling

  • Panic attacks
  • Fear or avoidance of social situations
  • Fear or avoidance of places or situations from which escape might be difficult
  • Fear of separation from parents
  • Physical symptoms such as stomach problems or chest palpitations
  • Obsessive thoughts or compulsive behaviors
  • Specific fears (such as closed spaces, insects, etc.)
  • In children, anxiety may look like inattention and concentration problems, hyperactivity, and rages

Our approach

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and EMDR, Individual and Family Therapy, and Clinical Hypnosis
  • More about EMDR »

What you may be feeling

  • A lack of control over your behavior
  • Continuation of the behavior despite consequences
  • Unsuccessful attempts to change
  • Hopelessness

Our approach

  • A holistic approach addressing an individual’s cognitive, behavioral and relational needs using EMDR, DBT, cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness training, clinical hypnosis, and supportive therapy. We offer specialized treatment for substance abuse and problem gambling.
  • More about EMDR »

What you may be feeling

  • Periods of sadness lasting over two weeks
  • Lack of interest in things
  • Lack of energy
  • Sleep disruption
  • Changes in appetite
  • Some people experience physical symptoms such as headaches or stomach problems
  • Feelings of hopelessness
  • Impaired concentration and/or memory
  • Social withdrawal
  • In children, depression can look like intense anger, irritability, oppositional behaviors, concentration and attention problems, and fatigue

Our approach

  • Cognitive/Behavioral, individual and family therapy, individual and group DBT, EMDR, and Clinical Hypnosis
  • More about EMDR »

What you may be feeling

  • Behavioral or emotional difficulties that occur within three months of a stressful event (i.e. job loss, divorce, move, deployment, medical problems, financial problems)
  • The problems affect school, work or home life

Our approach

What you may be experiencing

  • Conflict
  • Communication difficulties
  • Parenting issues

Our approach

  • Family therapy, cognitive behavioral treatment, and parenting training