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Pam Oltman is a psychotherapist who works in a private practice setting that specializes in the trauma-related disorders in Lincoln Nebraska. Prior to this, she worked in both inpatient and outpatient programs within a dual-diagnosis treatment center. She received her Master's of Science degree from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln and is dually credentialed as both a Licensed Mental Health Practitioner and a Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor. Her approach is eclectic and holistic as she weaves a focus on strengths and concepts of Positive Psychology with existential, psycho-dynamic, constructivist, cognitive-behavioral, systems and other approaches to meet the unique needs and personality of each client. She believes the key to motivating individuals toward personal growth and healing begins with non-judgmental interactions that allow individuals to discover and/or restore honesty, emotional safety, hope, authenticity, and hope in the power of the human spirit.

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Thursday, October 29, 2009 SHARE More Sharing Tapping the Power of Gratitude (724 views) I can't remember exactly what the simple incident was (something like someone picking up something I dropped), but in that moment I recognized, truly recognized, that someone did something for me...just because they were being kind. I said "thank you", but somehow that moment made a larger impact on me than what my words were able to express. Soon I was making cards saying, "I know it may seem like a small thing that you...