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Our Omaha therapists are solution-focused, offering individual therapy , couple therapy & marriage counseling.

At our Omaha therapy office, licensed therapists help people find healthy ways to target and resolve life issues. Whether through individual counseling, marriage counseling or couples therapy, our Omaha therapists can help you figure out how to move forward and make better choices in your life.

Many individuals struggle with depression, anxiety, painful relationships or just find themselves in uncomfortable situations that keep happening over and over. We help individuals understand their choices and uncover strategies that will effectively change their life for the better. Individual therapy can often be someone’s first experience feeling safe enough to really uncover the root issues and develop the skills to make healthy changes.

Couples often find couples counseling to be the last house on the block. After failed attempts to get your needs met in a relationship, going to therapy can be an effective way to find connection and happiness in your relationship. An experienced therapist can help couples develop a better understanding for each other. When clients finally understand each other they will often begin to treat each other respectfully and more lovingly. We offer the communication tools and skills that help couples create relationship strategies that work.

We offer a solution focused approach, and all of our therapists are committed to furthering their expertise through ongoing education.

Hello. My name is Sevin Philips. I’m a Licensed Therapist and I’m the Founder of the Relationship Counseling Center in Omaha, NE. I’m doing this video so that you can understand if we are the right therapists for you, and secondly, if you’re new to therapy, this is a great first step in understanding not only how to pick a therapist, but what makes good therapy, and also how to pay for it. There’s some practical information that everyone should know.

First of all, at our center, we specialize in relationships – that’s what we do best. We work with individuals and couples. When couples come in, we create a safe environment so that you can have more understanding. I find often with this added clarity, that couples can start treating each other better. With more understanding, people can begin to heal. But beyond that, we’re really good at teaching the skills and tools that are necessary for good communication. We want you to take that information not only in session and practice it with us, but we want you to take it home where it matters most.

Now, everyone who works for my center is old enough and has enough life experience to back up their skillset, and that’s important for you to know. We are very much a coaching style to couples counseling. We are solution-focused. Many people find that we’re down-to-earth, direct, and give a lot of feedback. We’re not only listening to you each and every session, but we’re active participants helping you change into a healthy relationship and make the right adjustments.We’re going to help you identify relationship goals, and that’s very important.

Once you have relationship goals, you can know how you’re doing in your therapy. Are you moving in the right direction? And, of course, when it’s time to end therapy, we’re all going to know it because you’ve achieved your goal which is what we want the most is to not be in therapy because you’re happy and you’re doing well in your relationship.A first step could be to give me a call. I could hopefully answer the questions that you might have, and if everything feels right, I’ll have our Omaha, NE therapist give you a call as soon as possible. It’s good to talk to the person you’re seeing because you can get to know them a little bit. They’re probably going to ask you a little bit about why you’re coming in and they’re going to tell you all the times they have available this week and next week, both day and night. We usually can get you in within 24 to 48 hours.

Sometimes people come in who are in a couple, obviously marriage counseling couples therapy is our specialty, but sometimes people want to come in by themselves who are in a committed relationship. Sometimes it could be helpful coming in alone and getting some perspective, a deeper understanding of what’s happening, and even some strategies about how you can improve your relationship. Sometimes people want to come in by themselves who are dating and they want to work out picking the right person. Perhaps there’s a style in which you’ve been picking people that haven’t served you, and you want to find that right life partner and want some help. We also specialize in premarital counseling if you’re new, and wanting to get married, and wanting to set up for success and want to get some great strategies that are based on your communication styles. That’s a really great thing to do.

If you don’t know this, some people have what is called out-of-network therapy insurance and you can call your insurance company and find out. And if you do, we can give you an invoice that might get you some money back. Also, sometimes people have what’s called flex spending or health savings accounts, and many people use those funds to pay for their therapy.

If you haven’t noticed, we have a lot of videos on our website. You probably are going to find an issue that you can relate to in your relationship right now and maybe even get some advice that you can start applying to your relationship. It’s free. It’s meant for you to use. It’s a great first step. You also can get to know who we are through watching those videos, the kinds of advice that we give, the style of therapy that we present. I recommend it. And, of course, give me a call if you’d like to take the next step. Thanks.

Counseling Specialties

  • Interpersonal Issues
  • Marriage Counseling & Couples Therapy
  • Relationship and Intimacy Issues
  • Premarital Counseling
  • Sexual and Emotional Disconnect
  • Infidelity
  • Parenting
  • Fighting and Defensiveness
  • LGBTQ Adults
  • Life & Career Transition
  • Life & Career Transition

Omaha Therapist Locations

Phone: (402) 513-3511

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User Reviews

So, I’ve had what I’ll call “classic” issues with therapy. Until about 18 months ago, I thought that I could just deal with whatever I needed to, without help. Yeah. Then, I had a couple of unsuccessful starts with a couple of other therapists; One who really sucked, and one whose style was more along

David F. March 11, 2015

Contrary to popular belief, my hubby and I don’t have a perfect marriage, but who does, right? There were/are several issues we needed/need assistance with; one of which was/is a nagging problem for quite some time. We’ve had several sessions with him and every time our sessions ended I felt some breakthrough had occurred, no

Karen B. March 11, 2015

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