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You are Unique

Each patient is unique — a complex person with both physical and psychological needs. These needs are almost always interrelated. From the earliest days of my practice, I have believed that patients benefit from an integrated understanding, evaluation, and therapy that addresses both mind and body. That is why I chose to practice professionally in both psychiatry and counseling.

Some patients need counseling. Some need medications. Some need both. My practice is anchored on a holistic approach to patient needs, an approach I refer to with the acronym SPISES: Social, Physical, Intellectual, Spiritual, Emotional, and Sexual.

Finally, I believe that understanding a patient requires time and continuity. Most of my appointments are for a full hour. In my experience, this combination of time, attention, and treatment of the whole person results in therapy that offers the best prospects for a successful outcome.


  • Psychiatric Treatment
    • Diagnosis
    • Medication Evaluation
    • Medication Management
  • Working with non-prescribing therapists in a split-treatment model
  • Medication Management
  • Combination Treatment
  • Alternative Medicine
  • Hormone imbalance and impact on neurochemistry and mood
  • Nutraceutical approaches to mood disorders
  • Psychotherapy Treatment
    • Individual Counseling
    • Abuse Issues
    • Eating Disorders
    • Marital Counseling
  • Preoperative Evaluation for Bariatric Surgery
  • Preoperative Evaluation for Cosmetic Surgery

About Dr. Kuhn

Dr. Janice Kuhn is a psychiatric nurse practitioner and psychotherapist. She is a recognized expert on women’s and sexual issues. For the past 15 years, she has been active in psychiatric care, counseling, research and psychotherapy.

Dr. Kuhn received her M.S. in Counseling at Creighton University in Omaha, her Ph.D. from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, and qualified as a psychiatric nurse practitioner at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha. Dr. Kuhn is a certified practitioner in Mental Health and Psychiatry.

Dr. Kuhn has participated in more than 350 fellowships and workshops involving current psychiatric topics including: sexual dysfunction, infertility, sexual abuse, marital therapy, depression/ anxiety, mood/eating/sleep disorders, grief counseling, hormonal changes, parenting, cognitive therapy, complementary alternative medicine, and therapeutic nutraceutical management.

Dr. Kuhn has hosted radio shows, published numerous articles in professional journals, and presented workshops nationally. Dr. Kuhn has participated in research projects addressing both psychological and physiological issues in her areas of special expertise.

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