Kindred Voices


We are nearing the end of our sixteenth week providing therapy services exclusively through our HIPAA-compliant Telehealth video portal.  Can you believe it's been that long?? It’s been a joyous experience meeting people’s pets and children and seeing clients in their home environments. Most clients have adapted well, expressing appreciation for the convenience of commute-free sessions, insurance coverage, and valuing the ability to continue therapeutic...

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Kindred Psychology is proud to collaborate with Nebraska Mental Health Association of Nebraska (MHA-NE) in our COVERED Telehealth Accessibility Program. This program provides a safe, private, accessible, and routinely sanitized Telehealth Room in which clients can continue their mental health care services during COVID-19. The Telehealth Room is located in a refurbished art studio in...

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Let’s start by establishing that your Kindred Psychology clinician will not abandon you during the COVID-19 crisis due to any ridiculousness from insurance companies. Now that we are clear about that fact, we need your help! We have recently learned that in response to the COVID-19 crisis, BCBS, Medicaid and Medicare are caring for the...

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Public health officials suggest we protect one another from exposure to the COVID-19 virus by social distancing. This practice helps curb spread of the disease; however, the isolation that accompanies social distancing can bring equally dangerous mental health and social consequences. What if instead of thinking about social distancing, we consider every action in the...

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As I began to love myself I found that anguish and emotional suffering are only warning signs that I was living against my own truth. Today, I know, this is Authenticity. As I began to love myself I understood how much it can offend somebody if I try to force my desires on this person,...

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Self Love

On October 16th, 2019, Kindred Psychology celebrated International Pronouns Day (IPD) with our staff and clients. IPD is a day to celebrate and support our transgender and gender-nonconforming friends! We believe that using a person's gender pronouns is an easy daily practice with an enormous impact. If you are unfamiliar with the significance of pronouns...

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International Pronouns Day

Kindred Psychology is proud to host an art exhibit for Photography by Chelsea Krafka. Chelsea uses mindfulness and meditative practices while capturing intricate details of the natural world using macro photography. As she engages with the smallest of features, Chelsea connects her breath with the present moment. Come witness the beautiful outcomes of Chelsea's meaningful...

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Macro Meditations

Kindred Psychology is proud to feature local artist John D. Muñoz of Omaha, Nebraska as our first spotlight artist. Muñoz’ work showcases surrealism-style color blocking, hidden faces, and dreamlike imagery. Every piece has a humble beginning, as the canvases are disregarded advertisements, pieces of cardboard and other commonly overlooked items. Muñoz uses a variety of...

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John Munoz art