Chandra Petersen LIMHP LADC CHt is an independently Licensed Mental Health and Addictions Therapist and certified Hypnotherapist. She works with those members of our community who suffer from past or current traumas, including all abuses and domestic violence, PTSD and Grief. She also works with military members and their families, individuals with acute depression, anxiety, ADHD, LGBTQ issues, eating disorders, and addictions.
Specialties and additional training: Trauma focused therapies, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Prolonged Exposure therapy, Cognitive Processing, EMDR and Hypnotherapy, She has also been certified to facilitate grief groups at Grief’s Journey in Omaha NE. She is certified as a Crisis Care Responder and CISM trained. She was on the critical incident team as a behavioral health responder for the Medical Reserve Team. She is a licensed Drug and Alcohol counselor and is on the Nebraska approved provider list. She is a certified Hypnotherapist.
Age range: Grade school through adult
Gender: All genders
Session Format: Individual, Family, in office or telehealth available.
Treatment styles: CBT, TF-CBT for children and teens, DBT, EMDR, Client Centered Therapy, Evidence based addictions therapy and Hypnosis/Hypnotherapy.
Education: Chandra received her MS in Community Counseling and her BA in Psychology from University Of Nebraska-Omaha. She has worked in the Blair and surrounding community for since 2004.
Licenses: Independently Licensed Mental Health counselor and Addictions therapist in Nebraska and Iowa.
“My wish for everyone is to find their voice and the courage to use it"
Bella has been on staff since summer 2018. She began her life as a street cat in and out of the shelter. She has won the heart of many members of the community as they pass by her while she suns herself in the window as well as provides comfort those when they need a soft belly to pet or safe soul to weep with.
Animal-assisted therapy improves client’s mental, physical, social and emotional functioning with the aid of animals. Depending on the needs of the patient, many different animals can be used in therapy, including horses (also called equine-assisted therapy), dogs (also called canine-assisted therapy), dolphins, llamas, rabbits and other animals.
For a person to legally qualify for an emotional support animal (ESA), he/she must be considered emotionally disabled by a licensed mental health professional.
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