Dr. Robert G. Kraft is a career psychologist in Omaha, NE. He earned his doctorate, as well as his bachelors and masters before that, from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, and has practiced in Nebraska ever since.
As well as maintaining his practice, Dr. Kraft is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the Creighton University School of Medicine, where he teaches residents about psychotherapy.
He served on the Executive Committee of The Center for Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis for five years, consulted with Richard Young Memorial Hospital for over 11 years and worked as a psychologist for over a dozen years before branching out into consulting and starting private practice.
Outside of his work as a therapist in Omaha, he built a website about Vintage Martin guitars and developed software that helps mental health professionals with billing.
It’s not easy to decide on which therapist in Omaha you’re going to go to. You might get a referral from a friend or relative, but how do you sort through all of the psychologists in Omaha? Experience and training is what matters the most when looking for the right therapist for you.
You want someone who has extensive training, continues to learn and has helped people through the issues you are looking for help with.
Dr. Kraft has over three decades of counseling experience, more than 25 of those as a practicing therapist in Omaha. Beyond the many years of experience of working with individuals, couples and families, he’s also continued his education through attending workshops and conferences to make sure he keeps up with the best research and therapeutic methods. A recognized expert in his field, he teaches seminars to other professionals in the marriage counseling field.
Every therapist in Omaha will have been trained in the basics, but the level of training, ongoing learning and extensive experience sets Dr. Kraft apart.