PHONE: (402) 933-1700

Dr. Josh Friedman Psy.D., CHHC earned his doctorate in Psychology from New York University and received post-doctoral training in Psychoanalysis for the Training and research institute for Self Psychology in New York City. He worked as an eating disorders psychotherapist at the esteemed Renfrew Center of New York and is on the Faculty of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. For more than 10 years, he has worked as a psychologist with adults, couples and families. As his practice has evolved, it became clear to him that something was missing from traditional psychotherapeutic approaches. Curiosity and a chance meeting led him to discover the world of Nutritional Psychology, which teaches that many psychological issues are caused or made worse by underlying biochemical/ nutritional deficiencies. Further exploration led him to the practice of yoga, with its emphasis on breathing, meditation and movement for emotional centering.

Through comprehensive assessment, Dr. Friedman helps patients identify their neurotransmitter deficiencies and provides education about the basic supplements that help alleviate specific neurotransmitter deficiency symptoms. These techniques have been shown to be effective without many of the side effects of medication and can often be used in conjunction with psychiatric medications with approval of the prescribing health care provider.

To enhance his effectiveness in helping a patient to heal and grow, he became certified as a Holistic Health Counselor at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York and has studied with Mental Health Nutritional leaders Dr. Charles Gant, MD, Ph.D., Julia Ross, MA, and Tim Kuss, Ph.D. Dr. Friedman is an avid yoga practitioner and a student of Susi Amendola, ERYT 500.

Dr. Friedman’s practice now offers integrative psychotherapy services which combines the healing power of insight oriented psychotherapy with education about lifestyle and nutritional tools that have shown scientific efficacy in improving mental health symptoms.



PHONE: (402) 689-6135

Kendra has been in the social work field for 25 years and a psychotherapist for almost 20 years with experience working in hospital, mental health clinic and academic settings. She has been in private practice over a decade with a focus on trauma resolution and integrative treatment of mental health issues. She has been a Level II EMDR practitioner for 12 years, is a certified Trauma Sensitive Yoga teacher from the Trauma Center at the Justice Institute in Boston and is trained in Somatic Experiencing. She has had the opportunity to attend trainings all over the country specializing in trauma, depression, anxiety and their related health issues. Kendra is passionate about helping her clients and students learn mindful practices and body awareness skills to recognize and release trauma in order to heal the whole body.




PHONE: (531) 210-0719

Nicole is a trauma-informed therapist who has experience working in hospital settings and in private practice. Specializing in somatic and psychodynamic approaches she holds a Master’s in Depth Psychology with emphasis in Somatic Studies from Pacifica Graduate Institute and a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from The University of Nebraska at Omaha. As a practitioner Nicole explores past and present identity formation, personal metaphors, and intimacy patterns. In collaboration with her clients she engages the unconscious through Active Imagination, Authentic Movement, dream work, and image tending. She is an Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association (EAGALA) Certified Professional and facilitates Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy in Lincoln and Omaha. Nicole is ever interested in the role of embodied androgyny in cultural progress and how gender impacts diagnosis, privilege, and social credibility.


PHONE: (402) 302-1449

Julie D’Agosto earned her Masters of Science Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from UNO. She started out her career working in a Substance Use Outpatient clinic. From there her experience led her to the Nebraska state prison system where she spent three years working with inmates suffering from addiction and severe and persistent mental illness.
In her final year of her graduate program Julie spent eight months interning at Creighton University where she discovered her passion for working with couples. Julie now strives to help couples through a multitude of issues so they can move forward living their best lives.

Julie became a counselor because it was the only thing that ever made sense to her. She is deeply passionate about being a safe place for her clients to be fully themselves without judgment. She works with both individuals and couples to help them fulfill their goals and reconnect them to their own lives again.