Megan Riebe Reay, LIMHP, LPC, NCC
Megan is a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner. She has worked in the mental health field since 2007, when she graduated from the University of Nebraska, Omaha, with a Master’s Degree in Community Counseling. Megan started out providing direct therapeutic services, and gained experience in working with adolescents and adults with major mental health issues, intellectual and developmental delays, and severe behavior problems. She has since provided administrative oversight and clinical supervision for several community-based programs, including Intensive Family Preservation (IFP), the Eating Disorder Program, Community-Based Alternative to Residential Services (CBAR), and Extended Family Home Care.
Megan has been active in several initiatives for the development of community-based programs. She remains knowledgeable in public and private insurance programs and the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services Divisions, and frequently collaborates with these systems. Through these collaborations, Megan has frequently assisted in developing specialized programs for some of the most complex populations, in order to maintain them in the community. Megan is a member of the American Counseling Association and is a Nationally Certified Counselor with the National Board of Professional Counselors. Megan is also active in promoting women’s issues in Omaha and the surrounding areas. She is trained in several evidence based practice models and works to promote education of these models to practitioners across the state and nation.
Fun facts about Megan: Megan describes herself as optimistic, kind, confident, her favorite city is Washington D.C., and she’s a Halloween fanatic!
Katie Jones, MS, LIMHP, NCC, CPC
Katie Jones is a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner and has worked in the mental health field since 2015. Katie earned her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. She has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with severe behavioral issues, major mental health issues, and/or eating disorders. Katie has worked at Omni as a home-based therapist, and then Day Program Coordinator and Program Therapist at the Omni Eating Disorder Clinic. Currently, Katie serves as Director of the EDC Program where she provides clinical supervision for the program, in addition to providing therapy services to children, adolescents, and adults with eating disorders and other major mental health issues. Katie is a member of the American Counseling Association, as well as the National Board of Certified Counselors. Katie trained in Enhanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Eating Disorders.
Alexandria Ruehter is the Office Manager at Omni’s Eating Disorder Clinic. Alex was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska. She came to Omni after working at an OBGYN clinic since 2018. Alex also has a background in business and culinary. She’s a dog lover and has two Siberian Huskies, loves baking and cooking in her free time, and enjoys spending time with friends and family. Alex says this about her job at Omni EDC; “Thus far, being at OMNI has been amazing, my coworkers and the clients are both incredibly amazing, I truly enjoy my job and what I do”. Alex is a go-getter and incredibly dedicated to working with insurance and ensuring our clients obtain the services they need.
Margaret Hodges, R.D. LMNT
Margaret Hodges, R.D. LMNT has worked as a Registered Dietitian for over 35 years in various roles in her career. She graduated from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado with a BS degree in Food Science and Nutrition, Dietetics option. She completed her Dietetic Traineeship at Presbyterian Medical center in Denver, Colorado. Margaret has work her career in Dietetics in various roles as Clinical Dietitian, consulting Dietitian, administrative Dietitian, and Food Service Manager. She has lived in several states including Arkansas, Colorado, North Carolina, Nebraska and Minnesota. She has worked with individuals with developmental disabilities and geriatrics primarily. Margaret loves to cook and loves to experiment with different foods and techniques in the kitchen. She particularly loves to bake. She looks forward to working with and providing help and nutrition support to the clients at Omni.
Laura Loewens, BSN, MSN Educator, MSN APRN-FNP
Supervising Clinician, Nurse Practitioner
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Lisa Peter, MSW, PLMHP
Lisa Peter is a Provisionally Licensed Mental Health Practitioner. Lisa received her Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work and Criminology from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2017. She has experience working in pediatrics, with adults and adolescents with developmental disabilities, substance use, hospice, and individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. Currently, Lisa is an Eating Disorder Program Therapist at the Omni Eating Disorder Clinic providing therapy to adolescents and adults with eating disorders and other mental health issues.
Emily Schauer, BS
Day Program Specialist
Emily Schauer received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs in May of 2023. Emily grew up in Colorado, but she recently moved to Nebraska to spend more time with her extended family. Emily also has knowledge of and minored in nutrition, as it is one of her passions. Emily is a Day Program Specialist where she gets to enjoy and process meals with clients in conjunction with facilitating group discussions that focus on mental health and well-being. Additionally, she works together with clients on challenging hard thoughts that come up in day-to-day life. Emily enjoys swimming, being outside, learning new things, standup comedy, art, and concerts.
Kyle Camplin, BS
Day Program Coordinator
Kyle Camplin received his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology at the University of Nebraska Omaha in 2018. Kyle comes from an Air Force family, living in Guam and California prior to Nebraska. Kyle comes from a finance background, previously working at a bank and a credit union. He is the Day Program Coordinator at the Omni Eating Disorder Clinic, where he facilitates group discussions aimed at changing maladaptive thought patterns with clients, as well as preparing meals and eating with clients struggling with eating disorders. Kyle enjoys camping, hiking, kayaking, scuba diving, and playing video games.