EXPERIENCED PSYCHOLOGIST
Lincoln, NE | 402-483-1641

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Laurel Van Ham, Ph.D., is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with 30 years of professional experience.  She was employed for 19 years at the Lincoln Family Medicine Program where, in addition to providing therapy, she served for seven years as Training Coordinator for Psychology Predoctoral Interns and for eleven years on the Program Faculty with responsibility for training Family Medicine Resident Physicians.  In 1994 Dr. Van Ham opened her private practice, A Center for Change and Growth, where she provides psychotherapy in a safe, comfortable setting.

Call today and set up an appointment to discuss your needs!

Dr. Laurel Van-Ham, PhD LP

Most Insurances Including:

BlueCross BlueShield
Aetna
United Health Care
Medica
Medicare
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Diverse Issues Including:

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Anxiety/Panic

Depression/Bipolar

Spirituality

Women’s/Men’s Issues

GLBTQ

Relationships

Communication

Self Concept

Stress

Transitions

Individual Psychotherapy

Private, personal therapy for adults and older adolescents in a safe environment.

Relationship Counseling

Strength-based therapy to improve communication and nurture trust and closeness.

Convenient and peaceful private setting

Flexible hours

Accepting new clients

Call for an appointment or if you have questions about starting therapy!

New Clients

Click below for forms to download and complete before your first visit.
Please bring your insurance cards and a list of any medications you are taking.

How I Can Help

All of us would like to be happy and successful.  But sometimes life gets in the way.  Whether you feel completely overwhelmed or just a little stuck, it can be helpful to talk with someone who has the education and experience to help you.  Ask yourself:

      Have I forgotten what it’s like to feel happy?

      Is anxiety preventing me from doing what I want to do?

      Am I facing a complicated decision?

      . . . going through a difficult transition?

      . . . discouraged about an important relationship?

      Do some memories keep me from moving on?

The decision to begin therapy does not mean there is something “wrong” with you.  It means that you believe that your life could be better, and you might be ready to make some changes.

Contact Dr. Van-Ham