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Backed by more than 20 years of experience, we work closely with families, psychologists, primary care physicians, and nutritionists to provide Nebraska's top mental and physical collaborative care.

Dr. Kelly Tamayo

Dr. Kelly Tamayo

I'm a Licensed Clinical Psychologist specializing in Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, PTSD, brain injury recovery, sports-related concussions, and chronic health issues. I provide comprehensive evaluations and treatment to adults and adolescents, veterans, and individuals requiring psychological clearance for work or surgery. My holistic approach to improving client health and functioning stems from my professional experience working for the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Dr. Phil Show, Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital, PsychoNeuroPlasticity Center in Dallas, and Chicago Public Schools. My expertise in neurogenesis and resilience provides my clients with support and direction to efficiently achieve their goals.

Stacey Miller

Stacey Miller, PsyD

I am specializing in anxiety-related concerns, trauma recovery, eating disorders and behavioral management. I have a breadth of experience working with high-risk populations and those in the criminal justice system. I currently work with children, teens, and adults; offering therapy services, as well as psychological assessment.

Aryn Bowlby-Safranek

Aryn Bowlby-Safranek, MS, LIMHP, LADC, LPC

I’m a Masters level therapist specializing in drug and alcohol and mental health. I graduated from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and have been working in therapy and human services for over 15 years. I have extensive experience with court involved families and youth and can complete IDI’s and drug and alcohol evaluations, to include trauma screening. My focus is cognitive-behavioral and solution-focused therapy. I have worked at all levels of care from inpatient to my current work in an outpatient setting. I have a strong belief in a person’s ability to change and recover from past trauma. I work with all populations to include couples, families, children, teens, drug and alcohol and mental health.

James Mathisen

James H. Mathisen PsyD, P.C.

I am a licensed clinical psychologist practicing in Nebraska since 1999. My professional expertise is in several areas. I have a specific focus with Workers Compensation, Personal Injury, Social Security and VA Disability, and Criminal Evaluations. Additional areas of assessment include intellectual assessments for gifted program placement, evaluations for Juvenile Court, Adoption Evaluations (international), evaluations for to assist with medical procedures, and Fitness for Duty. I have historically been involved with assessment for traumatic brain injuries and neurocognitive disorders with the VA and continue these assessments at my practice.

I provide psychotherapy to adolescents and adults with a broad spectrum of mental health issues to include PTSD, psychosis, depression, anxiety, and ADHD. I provide services for mental preparedness to the "wilderness athlete" who embarks upon endeavors such as mountaineering, and extreme wilderness adventures.

I utilize an integrative therapeutic approach that includes cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, and existential modalities while incorporating principles of positive psychology. I enjoy helping clients identify and utilize their strengths in the therapeutic process, taking an individualized approach depending on a client’s concerns and personal values. I help clients develop insight into the nature of their difficulties while creating a plan to move forward and experience enhanced functioning. I prefer to work with adolescent and adult clients using individual and family therapy interventions.

Christine Swinney, PLMHP

Christine Swinney, PLMHP

I am a provisional licensed mental health therapist. I graduated with my Master of Science in Clinical Counseling in 2016 and have worked as an outpatient therapist in a rehabilitation center. I specialize in co-occurring mental health and substance use. I have experience in doing drug and alcohol evaluations for juveniles, as well as adults. I have worked with families, couples, adolescents, mental health and substance use.

I began my journey into therapy, because I believe in the power of the process in healing. Traumatic experiences, depression, anxiety, PTSD, health challenges, and substance abuse are a few obstacles in life that people are challenged to accept and overcome. I believe in constant growth and development and by connecting the mind + body together, people can live a healthy, fulfilling life.

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Dominique Moreno, LIMHP

I graduated from Bellevue University in 2015 with a Master of Science in Clinical Counseling, and I’ve been working as a clinician for the past three years. I also have an Associate’s degree in Drug and Alcohol Counseling from Mt. San Antonio College. My last job was the coordinator of an adolescent treatment program, where I focused on co-occurring mental health and substance use. I have an unyielding passion for working with adolescents, and I have experience working with adolescents in the juvenile justice system. I also have experience completing drug and alcohol evaluations and co-occurring evaluations with adults and adolescents.

I have experience working with many different populations including families, adolescents, adults, couples, major mental health, and substance use. I use many different approaches in therapy including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), person-centered therapy, solution-focused therapy, existential therapy, and practical psychotherapy.

I became a therapist because I wanted to help people. I wanted to make a difference in people’s lives. I have found I am especially passionate about helping people work through traumatic events they have experienced. I am excited to work with couples, adults, adolescents, veterans, major mental health, and substance use populations. I especially appreciate the challenges of working with the adolescent population. Adolescents need support and encouragement, just like everyone else, yet few take the time to understand them. They are resilient and capable of building healthy connections with others. They just wanted to be treated like they aren’t little kids (because they aren’t). They wanted to be treated respectfully, just like anyone else. And they want you to listen to them and really hear them. That’s why I became a therapist—because I want to help anyone who feels like no one understands them.

Kari R. Perez, Ph.D.

Kari R. Perez, Ph.D.

I am a licensed psychologist providing mental health services for children and adults. I have extensive training and experience in providing forensic psychological evaluations, including violence and sexual risk assessment (juveniles and adults), competency to stand trial evaluations (juveniles and adults), parenting capacity evaluations, and child custody evaluations. In addition to forensic evaluations, I conduct psychological evaluations for children and adults who need diagnostic clarification and relevant treatment recommendations for mental health disorders such as autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disability, bipolar disorder, behavioral disorders, ADHD, and PTSD. I also provide developmental disability evaluations for individuals who are seeking disability services.

I provide individual psychotherapy for adolescents and adults for problems such as depression, generalized anxiety, social anxiety, bipolar disorder, anger management, and adjustment and stress-related disorders. My treatment interventions are primarily cognitive-behavioral. I also provide evidenced-based sexual-offending-specific therapy for adolescents and adults.

Prior to going into private practice in 2013, I was the Clinical Psychologist Supervisor at the Nebraska State Penitentiary for seven years where I provided supervision of mental health services for incarcerated individuals, conducted risk assessments of violent and sexual offenders, and provided sex offender and violent offender group treatment.

I earned my doctoral degree at Alliant International University/California School of Professional Psychology in San Diego, California. I completed my Pre-Doctoral Internship with the Federal Bureau of Prisons. I have been licensed in Nebraska since 2007. I am a member of the Nebraska Psychological Association, the American Psychological Association, the American Psychology-Law Society, the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, and the National Register of Health Service Psychologists.

Paul Heft, PLMHP

Paul Heft, PLMHP

I graduated from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2019 with a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. I have worked in a community counseling clinic and in transitional living as an outpatient counselor. I take an eclectic approach to therapy because I believe the entire person must be taken into account. Certain client personalities or current issues they are experiencing lend towards different approaches, and I believe in being adept at all interventions.

I became a therapist because I firmly believe in the power of therapy. Mental illness is still not a priority in society. I personally think a person can benefit from therapy even on their best day. Thus far in my career I have worked closely with cases involving trauma, depression, personality disorders, addiction and anxiety. I have a background working with Native American and LGBT populations. As a counselor I feel it’s my job to be an active advocate for minority populations.