Therapists

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LIMHP, LADC

Beth Bernthaler

Beth has over 25 years’ experience in the mental health and behavioral health fields. She has worked at various levels of care with a range of mental health and substance abuse concerns.

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LIMHP

Meghan Herek

“The best way out is always through” – Robert Frost.

Meghan hopes to support you through hard times, change, and consistent struggles. She a strong, direct approach that is wrapped with compassion and empathy, and humor! She doesn’t believe that shame is effective in helping us grow or gain insight. Although Meghan will be straightforward, it's her hope that you will not feel ashamed or punished. You might think you are “beyond help”. But the truth is, we all DESERVE therapy. It’s a gift. It’s never too late to begin.

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PCMSW

Kristina Jensen

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LIMHP

Jennifer M. Kelly

Loving ourselves through the process of owning our story is the bravest thing we will ever do. - Brene Brown Jen is here to help you navigate the changes and challenges of life through guidance, education, motivation, unconditional support and empathy. She believes in the strength, goodness, capability and resilience of those who seek therapy. Jen’s approach in therapy is to work from a client-centered, strength based and mind/body/spirit perspective. Jen received her Master’s Degree in Social Work from University of Nebraska at Omaha. She is a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner specializing in the areas of trauma, grief, life transitions, LGBTQ+ issues, anxiety, depression, relationships and personal growth.

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DNP, CNM, FNP-C, IBCLC

Dr. Latrice Martin

Latrice Martin is a Board-Certified Nurse Midwife and Family Nurse Practitioner. She began her career in health care when she joined the U.S. Air Force in 1998 as a surgical technician. Latrice received her Associates and Bachelor of Nursing degrees from College of Saint Mary in Omaha NE in 2006. Latrice attended Frontier Nursing University (FNU) where she received her Master of Nursing Degree in the Midwifery program in 2009, her post-graduate degree in the Family Nurse Practitioner program in 2017, and her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree in 2018. She is now currently enrolled in the Psychiatric Mental Health NP program at FNU.

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LIMHP

Juline Mosser

Juline is a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner (LIMHP). She provides services to individuals and couples who are seeking support to navigate through life’s challenges. Juline specializes in the treatment of anxiety, depression, eating disorders, postpartum depression and anxiety, and infertility. As a practitioner in a natural family health practice we will work together to create an individualized approach to help you feel like your best self.

In therapy Juline utilizes a variety of techniques to help you reach your goal. She uses The Gottman Method of couples counseling, CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), psychoanalytic theory, TF-CBT (Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), and a variety of other integrative approaches to meet your unique individual needs.

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MS, PLMHP

Sara Murphy

As a therapist, Sara believes that every person has their own unique perspectives and experiences. With that, there is no one-size-fits-all approach to therapy. Sara believes that everyone could benefit from someone lending a hand to help conquer the human experience. Sara has experience working with adolescents/teens and families, individuals recovering from substance abuse or with past complex trauma.

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MS, PLMHP, NCC

Liz Pierce

It is definitely not easy to open yourself to another, accept your own vulnerability, and support. Liz takes pride in nurturing empathic, supportive, and therapeutic relationships. She is ready to help you make significant and meaningful changes, while simply being better able to cope with the challenges of every day life. Liz works with ages ranging from infancy through adulthood. Issues including, but not limited to, childhood issues, developmental trauma, parent-child relationship and attachment issues, anxiety, depression, and LGBTQIA+ affirming care.

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LIMHP

Emily Rokon

Whether you have been in therapy before, or it’s your first time, it takes courage to reach out and share your story. Emily's goal as a therapist is to provide a compassionate, caring and safe space for individuals, couples and families to develop positive and healthy changes to improve overall wellness. Having someone to talk to is a powerful tool and you deserve a space to share your thoughts. She's not afraid to face hard things with clients. Emily can hold hope for you even if you are having difficulty accessing that hope for yourself!

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PLMHP

Megan VanBenCoten

“Vulnerability is the birthplace of innovation, creativity and change.” -Brene Brown

As a therapist, Megan believes everyone deserves the chance to improve our mental health and develop into the best version of ourselves. Life challenges everyone with physical and mental obstacles, but she will help you break those down and overcome them as we enter this therapeutic journey together.