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A healthy mind is the first step to healthier living.

Welcome to the Lincoln Psychiatric Group

Finding the right care is the first step to living your life well. Many people suffer with depression or other mental health problems that affect their lives. Counseling and psychiatric services have proven to help some patients cope with daily stress, traumatic life events, physical illness and help them regain independence and a sense of well-being. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you're interested in our services. Scheduling is flexible and we can find a time that's most convenient for you to meet with one of our psychiatrists. 

Mental health matters

Many people underestimate and dismiss the importance of mental health, but it's actually connected to your overall well being. There's much evidence that shows untreated mental illness and chronic stress and depression take a toll not only on your relationships and work, but it can also affect your physical health. Early warning signs include: 
  • Overeating eating or lack of appetite
  • Sleeping more than usual
  • Insomnia
  • Having little to no energy
  • Withdrawing from relationships and social activities
  • Feeling helpless and hopeless
  • Feeling unusually confused, forgetful, on edge, angry, upset, worried, or scared
  • Hearing voices or believing things that aren’t t true
  • And other symptoms
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Call today to schedule a visit! 402-476-7557

About our clinic

Here at Lincoln Psychiatry Group, we focus on the emotional, psychological, and social well-being of your health. For more than the 75 years, we’ve helped individuals, couples and families with therapy and treatment services to address stress, chronic depression, mental illnesses, and other mental health related problems.  

Ask questions online about patient confidentiality, insurance and payment options, treatments and medication management.

Make an appointment

Considering visiting a counselor or psychiatrist? Give us a call today to learn more about how we can help you. We can also answer questions and address any concerns you have about treatment options, payment plans and insurance. You can reach us by phone at 402-476-7557 or ask questions online here. 
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