Michael Walsh, LMHP, CMFT
Michael is currently in-network with BCBS, Cigna, Optum, United Healthcare, and UMR.
Individual and Couples Therapy
Michael is a dedicated Licensed Mental Health Practitioner passionate about promoting well-being and facilitating positive change in individuals and families. With a wealth of experience and expertise, Michael specializes in Marriage and Family Therapy, offering support to couples and families facing various challenges.
His compassionate approach focuses on supporting individuals, couples, and families in coping with anxiety and depression, providing them with the tools and strategies to regain control over their lives. Recognizing the significance of life transitions, Michael guides his clients through various stages of life changes, offering guidance, understanding, and empathy during these critical moments.
Acute and Chronic Illness Counseling
As a certified Medical Family Therapist, Michael comes from a Biopsychosocial-spiritual approach that recognizes the interconnectedness between mental health and physical well-being, understanding the importance of all aspects for holistic healing. Having worked in integrated primary care, Michael has gained valuable insights into supporting individuals coping with acute and chronic illnesses. His empathetic approach helps patients and their loved ones navigate the emotional complexities that arise during these difficult times.
In addition to his clinical work, Michael actively contributes as a board member of the Nebraska Association for Marriage and Family Therapists. This role allows him to advocate for the importance of mental health and promote ethical practices within the profession.
While Michael is deeply committed to his profession, he recognizes the importance of balance and self-care. He prioritizes family and friends by engaging in activities that bring fulfillment and rejuvenation.
With his empathetic approach, specialized expertise, and commitment to fostering positive change, Michael strives to empower individuals and families on their journey toward improved mental health and well-being.