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Grafton and Associates offers a wide range of expertise in your industry, your business and your personal finances.
Rev. Stephen Griffith
cultivating creativity and courageous living
interfaith spiritual guidance
weddings, funerals, life event rituals
spiritual workshops and retreats
group facilitation, strategic planning, visioning
Ordained minister: United Methodist Church
Certified: Interfaith Spiritual Director
Member: Spiritual Directors International
“Don’t ask yourself what the world needs.
Ask yourself what makes you come alive, and then go do that.
Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.”
— Howard Thurman
Welcome to Groom. We are a premier men’s independently-owned spa located in downtown Lincoln. Groom is a one-stop shop for all your male grooming needs. We are the body butlers taking care of the outer shell so that the inner self will thrive.
Offering massage, barbering, body waxing, and skin care, we tailor to your personal needs. Even though we specialize in male customers, we invite and encourage all to partake in our services.
Outpatient therapist located in SE Lincoln. Experience with anxiety, depression, family conflict, gender identity, sexual orientation, grief, self-esteem and life transitions and stressors. Available for individual and family therapy. Most insurance plans accepted, including Medicaid. Day, evening and Saturday morning appointments are available.
At the HOPE program one of our Employment Specialists will meet with you to develop an individualized Employment Plan that meets your interests and desires and help you achieve you goals! We assist individuals seeking competitive and permanent employment in our community. New Service**We may also help you understand how going to work may effect your State or Federal Benefits We allow any and all races, color, creed, and sexual preferences through our doors who have a behavioral health diagnosis to search for a better life through employment.
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Inclusive Life Center and Chapel is a Nebraska Non-Profit Organization that provides religious and nonreligious pastoral care and services to all without exception. Wedding Officiants, Funeral Ministers, Fellowship Service, Grief Coaching, and Premarital Assessment and Coaching. We proudly serve the Omaha, Lincoln communities. Members of our organization are LGBTQ and allies. Inclusive Life helps co-host TDoR each year in Omaha.
1941 S 42nd Street STE 124 Omaha, NE 68105
Inclusive Life Center and Chapel
Bookstore, cafe, gathering place & venue. Indigo Bridge Books & Cafe embraces people from all walks of life – we must accept each other for what we are, and treat each other with respect. Indigo Bridge Books strives to provide a solid, relevant Gender Studies section with a focus on LGBT titles.
Inner Peace Massage is committed to serving its clients by providing them a place to escape the stress of everyday life, and experience the joy of therapeutic massage, and do so in manner that is safe, comforting, and nurturing for the mind, body and soul.
Located in The Lower Level of the Apothecary Building in Lincoln’s Historic Hay-Market District. Available 7 days a week, by appointment only.
Providing a boutique photography experience in Lincoln, NE, for Newborns, Children and Families.
Jenina works with individuals, couples and families across the lifespan, including LGBT and their families.
Journey Through Living is an educational venture helping people acknowledge life losses; and supplying them with terms, techniques and activities to move through their grief toward healthy healing. Services offered: small group conversations, individual consultation and workshops. Lisa Borchardt (LCSW) uses a strengths-based approach while educating, advocating, challenging and supporting individuals as they seek their truth.
Accountability and validation are key in moving people through feelings toward transformation of authentic self, while embracing their unique life journey.
Couch Conversations a small group seminar)last for one hour and will be held in your home or at a location you desire. No more than eight and no less than four participants will be allowed per Couch Conversations. The cost is $30 per person (cash or check) which is required to participate.
Benefits of Couch Conversations:
- Motivation to engage your authentic self on your unique life journey.
- An opportunity to experience “ah-ha” moment about your feelings, behaviors and situations.
- A venue to share your story in a comfortable environment with those you trust.
- Learn how to create and sustain change in behaviors and thought process.
- Education and implementation of terms, techniques and activities to move toward healthy healing.
The word “Keya” means “turtle” in Lakota, a Native American language. Keya is believed to be a symbol of good health and long life. Keya demonstrates the ability to adapt to changes and new surroundings by living in and out of water—a trait symbolizing the power of individuals to adapt to healthier activities and a new lifestyle.
Keya is also accepting and uncomplaining, and it moves with a slow and steady pace forward— another trait symbolizing an individual’s realization that health improvements don’t happen quickly and it takes a steady pace of growth and change in order to recover and attain a state of wellness.
Keya House is for adults with a behavioral health diagnosis and who live in the Region V Systems service area. You must have transportation to and from the house.