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Libby Todd

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker
Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner

Libby Todd is a Provisionally Licensed Mental Health Practitioner and Provisionally Licensed Clinical Social Worker.  She says her goal for all individuals, couples and families is to “decrease distress and increase joy in life”.  Her modality of choice is a therapeutic tool called Mindfulness and the strengthening of consciousness.  What is consciousness? Described briefly, it is the awareness of one’s own mind.

Education and Work History

Libby has been working in healthcare as a social worker for over 10 years, spreading love and providing emotional support to many individuals and families; as well as connecting them to resources to help with social and financial difficulties.

Libby earned her undergraduate degree in Social Work from the University of Nebraska Kearney in 2006 and her master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Nebraska Omaha in 2018.  She currently works full time as a Hospice Social Worker for Tabitha Hospice.

Special instruction has been received in the therapeutic modalities including Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Trauma informed care, Play therapy, Grief counseling, as well as Family and Group therapy.  Her work in the medical field has provided her lots of experience with the geriatric population in addressing their depression and anxieties related to aging.  Libby enjoys working with couples in the therapeutic setting.

Family and fun

Libby has been married since 2006.  They have two children.  Libby enjoys spending time with her family, the outdoor activities and sitting in nature, kayaking down the river or lying in the grass in her backyard.  You may find her running or hiking the bike trail.  She also enjoys reading non-fiction, drinking warm beverages, cuddling in soft blankets, long yoga practices, morning meditations, and expressive writing.


Recent posts by Libby

Feel To Heal

Posted: February 19, 2021
Thoughts Happen

Thoughts Happen

Posted: December 23, 2020


Posted: December 5, 2019

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