Julie Luzarraga

Julie Luzarraga is a psychotherapist and founder of Omaha Integrative Care, Nebraska’s first integrative care center dedicated to providing integrative therapies for health and wellness.  She received her Masters in Clinical Social Work from Boston College and has a Diplomate in Clinical Social Work.  She is a member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and holds a Certificate in Integrative Mental Health.  In addition to extensive training in trauma informed practices and mind body medicine, Julie has trained in yoga, Reiki, and mindfulness based therapies.  She is a graduate of the Leadership in Integrative Healthcare at Duke University.  Her background as a psychotherapist and licensed clinical social worker brings a unique perspective to her leadership role.

With over twenty years of experience as a clinical social worker, Julie specializes in many areas, including mind body medicine, depression, anxiety, trauma, mood disorders, infertility, loss and relationship issues.  She is particularly passionate about working with executives and entrepreneurs on developing mindfulness and stress reduction practices to enhance creativity, productivity and living and working to one’s full potential.  In addition to her clinical work, Julie provides consultation to individuals and organizations looking to develop mindfulness skills as leaders and integrative business cultures.

August 27, 2019
Health behavior change is one of the most accessible and simple interventions at a provider’s fingertips. Research shows that following a healthy… Read More
July 12, 2019
Each patient we work with has their own unique story. Before they walk through the clinic doors, patients have whole lives with complicated variables… Read More
June 25, 2019
One of my favorite things about being a psychotherapist in an integrative healthcare setting is teaching people ways in which they can actively… Read More
May 31, 2019
Anxiety has become so common in our society that it is easier than ever to miss the signs and symptoms. Comments like “that makes me so anxious”… Read More