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Do You Need Therapy?

Paige Corr, PLMHP, PLADC

Counselor

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“...To see the world, things dangerous to come, to see behind our walls, to draw closer, to find each other, to feel. That is the purpose of life…” -The Secret Life of Walter Mitty As a Mental Health Practitioner, Paige has experience working with clients who range in a variety of obstacles such as depression, anxiety, bi-polar, LGBTQIA+ issues, self-harm, compassion fatigue, grief, domestic violence, substance use, trauma, and normal life stressors, and developmental life transitions. Paige holds an M.S.E. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, and a B.S. in Psychology and Sociology. Paige’s goal as a counselor are to provide an emphatic ear within a safe space where individuals can feel heard, and develop positive change and grow in self-compassion. Reaching your goals starts with validation and empathetic understanding. Understanding where you are in life can feel overwhelming, my goal as a Counselor is to provide a place where a workable reality to reach your goals can seem attainable. I am new to the field but compassion, empathy, and validation are not new to me. Building a relationship with someone who can provide a safe space for you is the first step in understanding your needs for change, and I am so excited to provide that safe space for you.

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Chris Marshall, PLADC

Counselor

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I was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I have lived in Omaha, Nebraska for the last 19 years. I graduated from Crown College with a master’s degree in counseling with an emphasis on alcohol and drug addiction. ​As an counselor, I am open to learning what my specialty will be. Some things that interest me are working with people who struggle with depression, anxiety, addictions, trauma, people from different cultures, and older adults. Sometimes reaching out for help can be difficult. I believe that when you involve others in your struggles, they can offer you support and a fresh perspective. ​I have some experience working with people who face anxiety, depression, addictions, stress, and PTSD. I would like to offer you a safe place where you feel encouraged to face your challenges.

ASHLEY DOUGHERTY M.S. PLMHP

Counselor

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As a Mental Health Practitioner, Ashley has experience working with teens and adults struggling with anxiety, depression, stress, anger, life transitions, trauma and mood disorders including bipolar disorder. She also has extensive experience working with individuals with disabilities including autism, intellectual disabilities, ADHD, and more. Ashley holds an M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, a M.S. in Educational Administration, a M.S. in Curriculum and Instruction, and a B.S. in Elementary Education and Special Education. In addition to her mental health experience, Ashley has over 20 years of experience in the field of education as a teacher, coach, and administrator. Ashley’s goal as a therapist to provide an accepting, inviting, and safe environment for her clients to achieve a greater state of well-being to thrive, rather than simply survive. I value the individuality of each of my clients and their unique set of circumstances. I believe counseling empowers individuals to take control of the success in their own lives. I am truly passionate about making a difference in the lives of others by equipping them with the tools they need to move forward. I look forward to starting a new counseling journey with you.

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Danielle Braggs

Counselor

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My name is Danielle and for the past 8 years, I've been on an incredible journey as a school psychologist, working closely with the amazing spectrum of young minds aged 4 to 18. Prior to that, I was a member of a team of clinicians that provided therapeutic services to children and their families. My 6 years with that organization provided me the opportunity to really showcase my passion for helping children, families, and individuals of all ages navigate their healing journeys. I’m eager to work with children and individuals from diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. I thrive on connecting with individuals and I look forward to being part of their unique therapeutic process and learning what my specialty will be. Some things that interest me are working with people who struggle with depression, anxiety, addictions, trauma, people from different cultures, and older adults. Sometimes reaching out for help can be difficult. I believe that when you involve others in your struggles, they can offer you support and a fresh perspective. ​I have some experience working with people who face anxiety, depression, addictions, stress, and PTSD. I would like to offer you a safe place where you feel encouraged to face your challenges.

Eva Doescher, LCSW, MPA

Counselor

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Eva Doescher holds a Masters in Public Administration and a Masters in Social Work from the University of Nebraska-Omaha. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Master Social Worker in Nebraska. Eva has experience navigating complex situations alongside youth and young adults in medical and educational settings. Eva prioritizes solution-focused interventions along with mind-body modalities to teach and empower clients to reduce their symptoms of anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, PTSD, ADHD, child hood trauma, and systemic trauma (to include racial and community trauma). Eva is certified in trauma-informed practices, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with exposure and response prevention techniques, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy to support teachings in mindfulness practices, acceptance strategies, and emotional regulation tools. Eva has facilitated and led small groups on depression, anxiety, and identity acceptance and exploration (to include starting a LGBTQIA+ support group for teens in the past). Eva has a drive to support teens and young adults in accepting their ever-changing identities while charting a socially complex and systemic world. Eva specializes in connection with young adults and youth of color and validates the unique experience of each human being. Eva grew up in rural Nebraska and has expertise in supporting rural Nebraskans across the state via telehealth services. Because of her upbringing, Eva understands the beauty in slowing down in a tight-knit community while also acknowledging the diverse challenges. Eva is guided in her work by the mantra, “Be who you needed when you were younger,” which fuels her belief of helping others through strength-based and social learning theories.

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CHRISTY WISSINK MA, LIMHP

Counselor, COO, Chief Operating Officer

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Not Accepting New Clients until 2024

As a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner, Christy specializes in depression, anxiety, boundaries, grief/loss, self-care, compassion fatigue, cross-cultural transitions, life stressors, and normal life transitions. She believes healing can come for the whole person―mind, body, and soul. Christy Wissink holds an M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, a B.S. in Family Life Counseling and Ministry, and a B.S. in World Missions. Christy's goal as a therapist is to provide compassionate and a safe setting where an individual, couple, or family can develop positive, effective, healthy changes, and coping skills. There is always hope and healing that can be rewritten into the path you are currently on, and you can change your destination. She believes healing can come for the whole person. Her specialties include depression, anxiety, grief/loss, self-care, compassion fatigue, cross-cultural transitions, life stressors, and transitions. Owning your story can be difficult when life feels outside of your control. My goal as a therapist is to provide a compassionate and safe setting where an individual, couple, or family can develop positive, effective, healthy changes and coping skills as well as improve their overall wellness. I have been helping individuals, families, and couples with a wide array of life issues for over five years.

Teresa Dowling, APRN

Nurse Practitioner

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Teresa received her Master’s in Nursing from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in 2009 and also received her Nurse Practitioner License the same year. Teresa completed a post master’s in August 2017 from John Hopkins with a focus on psychiatric mental health nursing. She is passionate about filling the gaps between primary and mental health care. In having dual certifications she hopes she can aid in filling this gap. Teresa’s interests include promoting disease prevention and healthy living with patients. Our Nurse Practitioner will oversee the drugs prescribed for the client, such as mood stabilizers, antidepressants, antipsychotics, and other medications related to mental health, to ensure they are appropriately taken. This process will help patients achieve the optimum therapeutic outcome of the medicines.

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ALBERT SPARKS M.S. LIMHP

Counselor

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“A step may be the beginning of a great journey” In life the first step is always the most difficult for people, the same can be said about therapy. Introducing oneself to someone they just met, trusting a stranger with their thoughts and feelings can be a truly intimidating experience. The purpose of therapy is to provide a safe space for a person to take the first step on the journey of healing and the personal growth that follows. Therapy is fluidic and follows an integrative, and adaptable path determined by the client’s goals. Each client is different, requiring a unique approach, in order that they gain the most out of the environment and experience. Let’s create your personal “sanctuary”/safe space together. What’s important to you to live a healthy, balanced, and meaningful life? Peace, tranquility, the experience of today, learning to cope, or? You name your goals, and I will be glad to assist you in achieving them. An integrative approach is what seems to work the best as each client has uniquely different situations for coming to therapy. For some people just having the room to talk, relax, breathe, and venting is enough. For others, a journal to jot down their thoughts becomes a tool as well. Perhaps a combination of various approaches works best. We all need a plan for self-care, which will at times get us through a rough spot, providing us a way to redirect the flow of energy. I passionately believe humor belongs in therapy, laughter can open the door to calming anxiety and nervousness. I hold an M.S. in clinical counseling and am a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner. I enjoy playing games (video, card, and board), creative writing (I write stage plays, poetry, and short fiction.) and puppetry for young children and have no problem with using these as a therapeutic approach, as long as it is a beneficial part of the journey. So come on in and let’s take this important first step together.. Live a little, laugh more, and find your wings in life.

Tracy Epps, PLMHP

Counselor

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Tracy has a passion for guiding people towards a life of purpose, fulfillment, and emotional well-being. Tracy’s therapeutic approach is rooted in the principles of person-centered therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). These evidence-based methods allow me to create a safe and non-judgmental space where you can explore your thoughts, emotions, and experiences without fear of judgment. Tracy has experience working with adults experiencing depression, anxiety, anger, and low self-esteem. While she specializes in working with adults dealing with depression, anxiety, anger, and low self-esteem, she welcomes individuals from all backgrounds and all walks of life. ​Tracy is a Provisionally Licensed Mental Health Practitioner in the state of Nebraska. She received a M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Bellevue University and a B.S. in Family Science from University of Nebraska-Omaha. She is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision.

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AYLA CARSON

Administration's Operation Manager

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Ayla is our Administration's Operation Manager. She will welcome and help onboard new clients, help onboard new staff, coordinate with scheduling and keep Restore Rebuild Reconnect Counseling Center connected via social media. Ayla has 10 years of professional experience and 12 years working in different fields in the healthcare industry. She is pursuing her B.A. in Healthcare Management. You can reach Ayla at admin@r3cc.net with any questions or concerns.

Jacqueline Yaba

Administrative Assistant

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Meet out Administrative Assistant: Sayuni Welcome to Restore Rebuild Reconnect Counseling Center, where our dedicated team works together to provide a supportive and healing environment for our clients. Behind the scenes, ensuring smooth operations and a warm welcome for all is our invaluable Administrative Assistant, Sayuni. Sayuni is a skilled and compassionate professional who brings a wealth of experience to our therapy office. With a background in administrative support and a passion for creating spaces that foster well-being, Sayuni is an integral part of our team. At Restore Rebuild Reconnect Counseling Center, we understand the importance of a supportive and organized environment in your therapeutic journey, and Sayuni is here to make sure every aspect of your experience is positive and seamless. Feel free to reach out to Sayuni if you have any questions or if there's anything she can assist you with during your time at Restore Rebuild Reconnect Counseling Center.

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Dr. LaRhonda Flowers, LIMHP, LADC, SAP

Owner & Founder

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I currently contract with local community agencies while working on establishing, Restore Rebuild Reconnect Counseling Center LLC. I have 9 years of experience working with teens, young adults, and adults from diverse, multicultural backgrounds with various mental health and substance abuse illnesses. I am knowledgeable and have experience with teens, young adults, adults, and families who have experienced and/or have been exposed to trauma and who have behavioral and mental health concerns, to name a few. ​ LaRhonda is the Founder of Restore, Rebuild, Reconnect Counseling Center; R3CC for short. Her brand was founded on the idea that recovery is possible if you are willing to put in the work. You can create new pathways and live a new life no matter where you come from. LaRhonda is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor and a Mental Health Practitioner for the state of Nebraska. She has obtained her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision. She also earned her master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Grace University in Omaha, NE. She also holds an A.S. in Management B.S. in Marketing.

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