At Thriving Center of Psychology, we provide our clients with a platform to find a therapist that will best suit their needs and help them achieve their goals. Servicing Nebraska, you can talk to our experienced and thoughtfully picked therapists online or in person at our Omaha location near you. We understand that therapy works when the relationship between therapist and client promotes trust and growth. Using our Therapist Matchmaker Survey, you will be matched with a therapist in your area who will be best suited for helping you live your best life.
How to Make an Appointment
If you feel like you could benefit from speaking to a therapist or simply want to fine-tune your mental health, all our therapists are experts in their respective fields. The quickest way to make an appointment at Thriving Center of Psychology is by filling out our Therapy Matchmaker Survey. From your results, we can match you with the best therapists in Omaha NE, who can create an individualized treatment plan tailored entirely around you. You can also make an appointment by calling our Omaha office or requesting an appointment online.
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We have a comprehensive directory of qualified therapists and psychologists to support your mental health journey. We provide therapy services for individuals, couples, and families throughout Nebraska. To find a therapist near you, filter your search by client focus, area, therapeutic approach, and specialty. Alternatively, call our Omaha office or fill out our Therapist Matchmaker Survey to find the right match.
We provide online therapy services to residents throughout Nebraska. You can book an online therapy appointment in Omaha using our platform. Start by searching for a therapist by client focus, specialty, and area, then book an appointment at a time and day that suits you. All our online therapy sessions are private and secure.
We understand that some clients like to attend therapy in person. Our Omaha office is a welcoming and safe space for therapy sessions. Contact our Omaha office today, or fill out our Therapist Matchmaker Survey and we can help find the right therapist for you.
It’s normal for relationships to have their ups and downs. Couples therapy can help you to build healthy communication habits and skills that allow you to overcome obstacles as a team. If you think you would benefit from a relationship check-up or start the recovery process, you can find a couples therapist in Omaha using our platform. Either find your therapist and book an appointment, call our Omaha office, or fill out our Therapist Matchmaker Survey to get started.
Several factors influence the cost of therapy in Omaha, including your therapist’s credentials and experience, as well as the number of sessions. In general, therapy fees vary from $150 to $500 per session. Thriving Center of Psychology is an out-of-network provider; however, we provide therapy services for a range of budgets.
Many psychologists in Omaha don’t take health insurance because they wish to prioritize highly individualized care. Unfortunately, the insurance system can often lead to therapists being overworked and underpaid due to several reasons, including low reimbursement rates and strict care regulations.
Depending on your insurance coverage and out-of-network benefits, you may get between 50% and 80% reimbursed for the cost of therapy. Contact our Omaha office, and we are happy to answer any questions you have.
Many insurance companies now include online therapy within their coverage. Your exact coverage will depend on your plan. We can provide you with any paperwork or invoicing you may need for out-of-network reimbursement.
If you feel like you could benefit from speaking to a therapist or simply want to fine-tune your mental health, all our therapists are experts in their respective fields. The quickest way to make an appointment at Thriving Center of Psychology is by filling out our Therapist Matchmaker Survey. From your results, we can match you with the best clinical psychologists and therapists in Omaha NE, who can create an individualized treatment plan tailored entirely around you. You can also make an appointment by calling our Omaha office or requesting an appointment online.
You can book a therapy appointment at our Omaha office. We serve patients that live in the surrounding zip codes from our Omaha office, including 68102, 68104, 68105, 68106, 68107, 68110, and 68111.
Our office is located on Farnam Street in Downtown with the traditional Old Market just across the street. We’re situated close to the I-29 and I-80 and are also well-connected to Lincoln and Des Moines. You can easily reach our Omaha office from nearby neighborhoods, including South Omaha, Midtown, and West Omaha. We’re nearby the Heartland of America Park and the banks of the Missouri River.
Whether you’re researching “clinical psychologist Omaha NE” or “top therapists Omaha NE near me,” it can feel overwhelming to find a licensed therapist in Omaha NE, that matches your needs and availability.
To start working with Thriving Center of Psychology, request an appointment online, use our Therapist Matchmaker Survey or call our Omaha office today to get started.
Your first therapy session is an opportunity for you and your therapist to get to know each other. Your therapist is trying to understand your reason for attending therapy, your background and history, and your mental health concerns. All of this will help them to develop a tailored treatment plan to work together and move forward.
From stress and anxiety to OCD and depression, there are several specialties, types of therapists, and therapeutic approaches available. Our Therapist Matchmaker Survey makes the process of finding a therapist near you as straightforward as possible. Fill out the answers to a few questions, and our client coordinator will be in contact with the best therapist for your needs. If you have any questions, please call our Omaha office, and we can help.
The terms “therapist” and “psychologist” are commonly used interchangeably in the world of mental health, but there are different. Psychologists hold a doctoral degree, whereas not all therapists do. So, all psychologists are therapists, but not all therapists are psychologists. At Thriving Center of Psychology, all our therapists hold a Master’s degree, at minimum.