Who We Serve
The highly qualified staff at Gold Circle Counseling relates to each client in his/her human uniqueness. Current staff includes master level mental health counselors, a medical doctor and physician assistant who specialize in psychiatry.
We welcome individuals (adults and adolescents), couples, and families as clients; regardless of race, religion, or gender. You may experience a range of difficulties: depression, anxiety, bereavement, trauma, addiction, or low self-esteem. You can expect to be received with kindness, empathy and understanding.
Referrals come from a variety of sources including past and present clients, other therapists, psychiatrists, primary care physicians, churches, colleges, hospitals and professional publications such as Psychology Today to name a few.
Areas of Expertise in Assessment and Treatment:
- Adult Children of Alcoholics
- Bipolar Disorder
- Anxiety Disorders
(General Anxiety/Panic Disorder/OCD)
- Chronic Pain
- Co-dependency Issues
- Coping Skills
- DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy)
- Eating Disorders
- Grief/Loss (Bereavement)
- Life Transitions
- Medication Management
- Mood Disorders
- Parenting Skills
- Peer Relationships
- Personality Disorders (Borderline PD)
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Relationship Problems
- Spiritual Issues
- Women’s Issues
Most insurance plans are accepted. For more information on fees and insurance see our Insurance & Fees Page.
Confidentiality & Privacy
All treatment is held in the strictest confidence according to HIPPA guidelines. Confidentiality and privacy practice forms are provided upon your first session or you may download under Forms section.
After you decided on your provider, please call 402-333-6950 to discuss the possibility of beginning treatment. A brief phone interview is our first step to determine if our services can meet your individual needs. Because of the high value we place on personal connection, we do not accept e-mail request for initial treatment interviews. If this is an emergency, please be advised to call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.