Who We Are

Mission Statement

At Lotus Behavioral Health we have an astounding team of mental health practitioners who strive to provide extraordinary service and compassionate care through intervention, treatment, and education. Utilizing an individualized approach that is rooted in clinical excellence, we advocate for each individual, family, and community in an effort to improve the overall quality of life for those we serve.

Core Values

“Lotus C.A.R.E.S”

Compassion

Advocacy

Respect

Empathy

Safety

Meet Our Team

Behavioral Health Professionals, Excited to Assist You

Katlynn Osborn

MSW, LIMHP, LADC, CCTP
Executive Director/Founder

Fun facts

I can wiggle my ears! My family is part of my core values. I love a good laugh. Coffee is my favorite. I love all things sports and I love to watch people grow, believe in themselves, and I enjoy being part of their growth and belief system.

How do you decompress after a long day?

I love my drives. I love music, breathing, spending time with my kids with intentional time and play. I love a good book and a cup of hot tea.

Favorite books or movies?

Do I dare say “chick flicks that you never know how they are going to end?” I also enjoy action and suspense!

Favorite plant?

Believe it or not! The Lotus Flower!

What are you proud of?

Aside from my family…taking a risk, making the jump, relying on faith and support of my friends and family, and for living out a dream…Lotus Behavioral Health.

Hobbies

I love anything sports related, some will even say I’m quite (too) competitive! I enjoy photography, being outdoors, and shopping!

Alicia Falcone

MS, PLMHP, PLADC

Fun facts

Monkeys are my spirit animal! Spiritually, they are considered to be symbols of resilience, intelligence, adaptability, playfulness, curiosity, inspiration and personal growth.

How do you decompress after a long day?

Journaling, reading, and working out.

Favorite books or movies?

The Notebook

Favorite plant?

Stargazer Lily

What are you proud of?

My son, my daughter and my education

Hobbies

Spending time with friends and family, watching sports, concerts, and shopping

Jackie Rezac

MA, LIMHP, LADC, CCTP
Substance Use Program Supervisor

Fun facts

I moved away for college when I was 17 and lived in Lincoln for 10 years. My Grandma is my person. I love summertime, sports, food, coffee, holiday’s, travel, good laughs, and Reece’s peanut butter cups.

How do you decompress after a long day?

I try to put the day aside and just be in the moment with my family. A good meal, comfy clothes, and some sports or binge watching are also my go to things. Cleaning too. I enjoy working out when I can as well as reading.

Favorite books or movies?

Big movie fan over here. Some of the best include: The Sandlot, Mrs Doubtfire, Goodfellas, Shawshank Redemption, Harry Potter, etc. I could go on with Disney & Christmas movies but I’ll stop here. I enjoy reading romance and thriller books!

Favorite plant?

Peony’s in bloom and there’s just something special about a Christmas cactus. And if tree’s count, the changing colors during fall take my breath away.

What are you proud of?

I’m proud of those who are brave enough to ask for help. I respect the vulnerability in admitting that. It takes strength and courage to say something and doing something about it! It’s okay to not be okay and you are not alone.

Hobbies

Kansas City Royals baseball games are highlights of mine every summer. I also love to travel and just get away when I can. Music and concerts make me happy. Spending time with my friends doesn’t happen often enough but it’s something I also love to do. This year, I want to learn how to cross-stitch!

Jarred Maynard

LIMHP, CPC

Fun facts

I’m a Cleveland Sports and Ohio State Fan.

How do you decompress after a long day?

Spend time with family, enjoy hobbies, or enjoy the outdoors.

Favorite books or movies?

Alone, MeatEater,

Favorite plant?

Bonsai Trees

What are you proud of?

Being a faithful and consistent husband and father.

Hobbies

Hunting, Taxidermy, Restoration Projects, and Training Bird Dogs.

Skyler Groebli

MS, LMHP, PLADC
Clinical Program Supervisor

Fun facts

I LOVE coaching softball.

How do you decompress after a long day?

After a long day I love unplugging from my phone and work to play Barbie’s or cars or whatever my kids want to do.

Favorite books or movies?

I like watching and reading anything that’s about crime or murder mystery!

Favorite plant?

My favorite plant is a fake plant.

What are you proud of?

I’m proud of my family and values.

Hobbies

My hobbies include drinking caffeine and working out.

John Mullin

PLMHP

Fun facts

I spent 13 years working in food service.

How do you decompress after a long day?

Watching sports (love them all!) or binge watching a comedy or action series on netflix or prime.

Favorite books or movies?

I am not much of a reader but enjoy all kinds of movies. I love science fiction and fantasy movies and my favorite movies are weird ones like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Donnie Darko, and Being John Malkovich.

Favorite plant?

Anything colorful that I don’t have to take care of!

What are you proud of?

Returning to school in my early 30’s to complete my undergraduate degree before moving on to my Masters.

Hobbies

I love games and competition so I enjoy video games, darts, beanbags, boardgames, and pickleball.

Ryan Mahnke

PLMHP

Fun facts

I was born and raised in Sioux City, Iowa. Despite being raised in Iowa and graduating from Iowa State University, I am a huge Husker fan.

How do you decompress after a long day?

I relax by watching comedy shows and taking naps.

Favorite books or movies?

Favorite movies are Goodfellas, Braveheart and Rudy.

Favorite plant?

Don’t have one. Are barley and hops a plant???

What are you proud of?

My two sons, Landon and Carson.

Hobbies

Sports and music

MeLeaha Hays

MS, LIMHP, LMFT
Clinical Program Supervisor

Fun facts

I danced for 16 years and loved to do tap and hip hop the most.

How do you decompress after a long day?

I like to unwind by doing a jigsaw puzzle, reading a book, or binging Friends for the thousandth time.

Favorite books or movies?

It’s a Wonderful Life, Twister, Titanic, and Steel Magnolias (I am an old soul!)

Favorite plant?

I like lilacs, hydrangeas, marigolds, and tall, old trees.

What are you proud of?

I am proud of my beautiful, incredible children and my wonderful, loving husband.

Hobbies

I like baking, crafting, scrapbooking, anything creative! I also love spending time outdoors.

Katherine Hughes

LCSW, LIMHP

Fun facts

I became a therapist by reading people’s tarot cards and getting paid for it.

How do you decompress after a long day?

reading, going on a YouTube bender, yoga (love it), and journaling.

Favorite books or movies?

I like scary movies (ghosts and werewolves, not a serial killer person), animation, and fantasy.

Favorite plant?

I don’t have a favorite flower. I love them all—but I have planted roses, lavender, lilac, Narcissus, hyacinth, daisies, and tulips, so those are my favorites!

What are you proud of?

I’m proud I have two Masters degrees and an English paper about a book quoted on the book’s Wikipedia page, and I’m proud I wrote some stories and poems and choreographed a dance.

Hobbies

I like to sew. I also like to bake and cook, and garden. I go to the gym a lot.

Alexis Oden

Administrative Assistant

Fun facts

Currently getting my master’s in social work

How do you decompress after a long day?

Being outside and playing with my cats

Favorite books or movies?

Any movie with Adam Sandler in it, especially 50 First Dates

Favorite plant?

Geraniums, marigolds, and snake plants

What are you proud of?

My ability to live in the present

Hobbies

Fishing and gardening

Jordan Birkland

MS, PLMHP

Fun facts

I grew up near Okoboji Iowa and have adapted the “relaxation vacation” vibes to my entire lifestyle. I am a self care “guru” and celebrate anyone who takes time for themselves. I’m a Type B personality with an Enneagram of 2 wing 1, so I care a whole lot

How do you decompress after a long day?

Recently, I’ve picked up biking on a stationary bike to help decompress but mainly I enjoy arts and crafts, listening to true crime podcasts and vegging on the couch watching a variety of shows. Also, I spend about 9-12 hours a week raiding with my World

Favorite books or movies?

My favorite movie changes depending on my mood, but a few of my mainstay favorites would be The Pianist and Life is Beautiful.

Favorite plant?

My favorite plant would probably have to be the grapevine I have growing along my backyard fence. It seems to have good intentions and I have yet to be offended by it’s existence.

What are you proud of?

I’m proud of my wife. She’s one of the fiercest advocates I’ve ever met and cares so much for our fellow humans. She causes everyone around her want to be the best versions of themselves, and often helps them get there!

Hobbies

I like to paint, do puzzles and play board games.

Jessica Bruce

MS, LIMHP, PLADC

Fun facts

I know how to clog

How do you decompress after a long day?

Cuddle with my dogs and cook a good meal

Favorite books or movies?

Murder mystery books and true crime/documentaries

Favorite plant?

Cactus

What are you proud of?

Staying true to who I am and embracing my quirks

Hobbies

Napping, cooking, dogs, live music

Markie Roberts

LIMHP, LMFT
Intern Program Supervisor

Fun facts

I hate coming up with a fun fact about myself, it never seems “fun” enough.

How do you decompress after a long day?

Listening to music, Netflix, and/or reading.

Favorite books or movies?

I love reading and movies, there’s no way I can pick a favorite.

Favorite plant?

I cannot keep a plant alive and my cats will eat any plant I would think about getting, but if I had to choose, trees, I guess.

What are you proud of?

Growing into the person I’ve always wanted to be by trying to always show up as my authentic self.

Hobbies

Trying to stay active (volleyball, kickboxing, yoga), music and going to concerts, my cats, and traveling

Internship Program

At Lotus Behavioral Health, we take pride in providing individual, couples, and family therapy services for all ages, free of charge through our Clinical Intern Program. This initiative offers services without cost to the identified individual or family, with our intern students receiving full supervision from a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner. If you have any questions or would like additional information about our Clinical Intern Program, please feel free to reach out to Markie Roberts at mroberts@lotusbh.net. We can help with issues such as:

Insurance

Services are offered and provided in-office or through a HIPAA compliant telehealth platform. Insurances we accept:
Medicaid (United Healthcare Community Plan, Nebraska Total Care, Molina) BCBS, Optum

Self-Pay

$75.00-$325.00 dependent on service.

Please verify your mental health benefits so you have a full understanding of your coverage and responsibility of payment, including co-pay amounts, co-insurance, and deductibles, prior to services beginning.

Fees

Fees are reviewed annually and are subject to change.

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