Tom creates a space for growth and change so clients can experience the power of the therapeutic process. He studied engineering early in his college career but quickly developed a passion for learning and understanding how people think. After earning his bachelor’s degree in psychology at Miami University in 2009, Tom enlisted in the Air Force. There, he saw how stressful situations including an intense work life, deployments, and frequent moves, paired with an absence of appropriate supports can lead to a variety of mental health issues like relationship problems, separation and divorce, problem behaviors in children, and substance abuse. Tom decided to become a psychotherapist partly in order to help people who were feeling overwhelmed like his military colleagues. Since earning his master’s degree in 2017 from the University of Nebraska at Omaha, Tom has been helping parents and families develop strategies to alleviate problems related to children’s behaviors, school issues, co-parenting, and foster care. He also works with couples and individuals to help navigate relationship problems, divorce, and other individual mental health needs. Tom’s clients often report that he connects to them well and understands their concerns on a deep level. To learn more about therapy with Tom or to book an appointment, call 402-325-0117 x 4 or visit adultspancounseling.com and click the “call or book online” tab.
When I worked as a child protective services worker, I saw countless children/families who had survived very difficult circumstances, time and time again! I realized that I wanted to be there to provide additional support to people during those circumstances, and to help in the aftermath. It eventually led me to the decision to go back to school to earn my Master’s degree in Counseling. While working on my degree, I was employed with a skilled nursing facility in a social work capacity. I worked with people struggling with depression, end-of-life issues, grief/loss, and helped to address family problems that arose. I have worked as a licensed therapist since 2009, initially with children and adolescents in foster care, as well as their foster families, and then within the correctional system working with offenders. During my employment in corrections, I worked with people on an individual basis and co-facilitated many groups. I have experience working with anxiety, depression, PTSD, trauma, chronic health problems, victim issues, and I even had opportunities to work with military veterans. The common thread I’ve noticed along my career path has been that I have never stopped seeing that incredible resilience that people have within them!
has spent the last 2 ½ years at a general mental health clinic, and has had experience with a wide range of folks, including children, teens, adults, and the geriatric populations. She’s done individual work as well as with couples and families. She has been trained to be ready for many different client issues including ADHD, anxiety, depression, trauma, domestic violence, grief, self-harm, behavior issues, relationship issues, aging, and life stage issues. She has worked in the office setting, and has experience with in-home and the nursing home setting. She uses an empathetic cognitive behavioral approach, with elements of motivational interviewing, reality therapy, and solution focused therapy as needed by each individual person.
Deb is passionate about recognizing the impact of trauma in people’s lives. She is a certified trauma professional and brings that understanding to her therapy whether it is addressing over eating and food addictions, drug and alcohol abuse/dependence or recovering from health issues like depression, anxiety and other trauma related responses. Deb’s warm and supportive therapy style helps patients understand family patterns and make clear choices that break free from the same old patterns that keep so many people stuck whether it is in the weight loss yo-yo or fighting with substance addiction.
BA – Eastern Mennonite University, 1981- Bible and Christian Ministries
MA – Doane University, 2001 – Counseling
Licensed: State of Nebraska, Independent Mental Health Practitioner, Professional Counselor
Certifications: Critical Incident Stress Management
Specializations: He is a marriage and family therapist and works with adults and adolescents. He works with major mental health disorders, personality disorders, anxiety, depression, post traumatic stress disorder, trauma, domestic violence, grief and loss, critical incident and stress debriefing, anger and behavior management, addictions, intellectual disabilities, sexual abuse issues, self-esteem issues and geriatrics.
Provides a relaxing atmosphere where his clients feel free to be open, knowing that they will be heard without judgment. This therapist does cognitive behavioral therapy. He has experience working as a licensed independent mental health practitioner in an outpatient mental health clinic and in private practice for the past 17 years, since January 01, 2001.
is the center of AdultSpan Counseling’s Pediatric Behavioral Health Clinic and parenting training. She draws on skills from Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) to help develop healthy boundaries and relationships within families. She also works with the Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) to help children and non-offending parents recover from traumatic experiences such as abuse, neglect, accidents, and injury. Anita has worked as a CASA volunteer, received training and supervision at Monroe Meyer UNMC and has worked with adults with intellectual disabilities at Beatrice State Developmental Center. She has been in private practice since 2012.
works with women to address issues with their relationships, reproductive health, trauma history, and emotional regulation. She draws on experience providing DBT, as well as other evidenced based practices to bring joy, fulfillment and health to her clients. Kim does testing with children and adults who have disabilities as well as experience that includes working with adults with intellectual disabilities and personality disorders at Beatrice State Developmental Center and women with personality disorders and major mental health disorders at Lincoln Regional Center. She has been in private practice throughout that time.
passionately believes that men respond to therapy when they realize that things can be different. Therapy is about change – it is about doing more of what works, and less of what does not. Kipp helps men realize their best in relationships, work, family and mental health. Kipp also works with issues such as anger management and sexual behavior.
Kipp has experience working mental health needs for people with intellectual disabilities, offender histories, major mental health disorders including depression, anxiety and thought disorders. He has experience working as a therapist at the Lincoln Regional Center and has been in private practice since 2008.