Kelly Steeb

Real Life Therapy
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
25 years in practice
Accepted Insurance Plans:
  • BlueCross and BlueShield
  • United Health Care
  • 15106 Spencer St
  • Omaha,NE

About Kelly Steeb

Kelly Steeb is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner. Through her practice, Life Psychotherapy, she provides therapy services to individuals, couples and families who are experiencing a temporary life crisis, transition, or problem for which they want professional help, to those who are looking for a primary mental health provider for the ongoing treatment and management of such disorders as Bipolar Disorder, Depressive Disorder, or Anxiety Disorders. She has over twenty years of experience in the mental health field and specializes in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing for the treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Panic Disorder, and phobias. Having a special interest in helping couples, she has developed a personalized coaching approach to help couples overcome the pain of infidelity. With a strong belief in the power of intention, authenticity, and love; she teaches the value of healthy communication skills and connecting for the purpose of having richer, more meaningful, and purpose driven lives. With an ease at which she speaks with others, her sense of humor, and real life, no-nonsense approach to solving problems, she puts her clients and others at ease, providing many opportunities for real growth change, and satisfaction.

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The struggle to make this decision is very challenging for...  (more)The struggle to make this decision is very challenging for sure! Try this: Ask yourself: is this relationship enhancing my life and am I a; you better version of me because of it? In answering those two questions you will likely find your answer. The information above is intended as general information based on minimal information, and does not constitute health care advice. This information does not constitute communication with a counselor/therapist nor does it create a therapist-client relationship nor any of the privileges that relationship may provide. If you are currently feeling suicidal or are in crisis, call 911 or proceed to your local emergency room.
Try to remember that when you're in a relationship, it is no...  (more)Try to remember that when you're in a relationship, it is no longer "me", but "we". Your boyfriend probably has some very normal feelings about you having a friendship with someone you had a relationship with in the past. If the shoe were on the other foot, how would YOU feel about it? I don't believe you should cut off your relationship with this friend: just set some reasonable boundaries and try to respect your boyfriend's feelings. The information above is intended as general information based on minimal information, and does not constitute health care advice. This information does not constitute communication with a counselor/therapist nor does it create a therapist-client relationship nor any of the privileges that relationship may provide. If you are currently feeling suicidal or are in crisis, call 911 or proceed to your local emergency room.