Necol Arens, LICSW, PLADC

Necol Arens, LICSW

Intersive Outpatient Program Therapist

For Patient Appointments Call 402.552.7808

Clinic Practice Location:
Doctors South Tower
4239 Farnam St. Suite 701
Omaha, NE 68132

Academic Office:
985578 Nebraska Medical Center Omaha, NE 68198-5578
Phone 402-552-6002

Education:
University of South Dakota at Vermillion SD, Bachelors in Social Work, 2008
University of St. Thomas at St. Paul, MN, Masters in Clinical Social Work and Holistic Health Studies, 2014
Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner
Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Biographical Sketch:
Necol worked in St. Paul, Minnesota as a Mental Health Practitioner at a transitional housing program, assisting adults who were struggling with homelessness, substance use disorder and mental health concerns. Past employment opportunities include: residential supportive services and mental health case management. Necol has clinical experience with the implementation of short term crisis support and coordination of community based resources for homeless adults with co-occurring diagnoses. In addition, Necol worked at an Intensive Residential Treatment Service (IRTS) facility, where she provided direct skills teaching to adults with co-occurring diagnoses. Necol has experience working as a psychiatric social worker with an emphasis on dual diagnoses. In 2018, Necol started at Nebraska Medicine as a License Independent Clinical Social Worker with the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). Necol obtained Provisional Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counseling credentials. Necol provides individual and group therapy using Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Seeking Safety, Relapse Prevention Skills Teaching, Motivational Interviewing, Solution Focuses Therapies, Evidenced Based Practice Strategies and Person-Centered Clinical Interventions.

Therapy interests include: cross-addiction issues, gender addiction concerns, co-occurring recovery, and further community development to address dual recovery concerns in the Omaha Metro.