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Mindy was born and raised in rural Columbus. She earned two degrees from the University of Nebraska Lincoln: Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Masters in Child, Youth and Family Studies with a specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy. She also obtained a Medical Family Therapy certification at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. She is a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner (LIMHP), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) and Medical Family Therapist (MedFT). Outside of the therapy office, she enjoys spending time with her family, coaching and playing volleyball, baking and helping out on the farm.
Mindy has provided therapy services for over eight years as well as facilitated various education groups, including substance abuse, healthy relationships, parenting, anger management and men's and women's support groups. She is Registered Service Provider with the State of Nebraska and has taught several education groups at District 5 Probation. As a therapist, Mindy enjoys empowering couples, individuals and families to become more successful by overcoming life challenges and stressors. For any individual striving for change in their life, Mindy can help guide the client through the process of change to seek the desired outcome and improved overall well-being.
All services are provided in a comfortable, safe and confidential environment in Columbus, Nebraska.
Therapy goals will be set according to the client's need.
Relationships may be challenging, but are also very rewarding. Couples in distress or seeking a renewed relationship will work to improve their ability to collaborate as a couple, and increase levels of emotional and physical intimacy.
One-on-one sessions will focus on taking steps to achieve specific goals set by the client. Individuals may learn new behavior and thought processes to increase their emotional happiness as well as how he/she manages moods and emotions.
The family unit is made up of various individuals in today's society. Family therapy focuses on the interactions within the system, or family unit. It can be used to strengthen communication, overcome barriers and focus on adjusting to life events.
This evaluation utilizes the Nebraska Standard Reporting Format to provide a substance use disorder diagnosis and treatment recommendations for both adolescents and adults.
This evaluation will determine mental health and substance use disorder diagnoses and provide recommendations for behavioral health service(s). Adolescents and adult evaluations are offered.