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Zhomontee specializes in working with adults that identify as BIPOC and Queer that are struggling with anxiety, depression, life transitions and self-esteem issues.

Zhomontee Watson, MS, PLMHP

Mental Health Therapist

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Zhomontee graduated with a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at the University of Omaha Nebraska. She is provisionally licensed mental health practitioner credential and is currently taking new clients! 


Zhomontee treats young adults with mild to severe mental illness. My specialties are depression, anxiety, trauma, life transitions, setting boundaries, cultural issues, daily stressors and grief. Along with talk therapy, Zhomontee provides creative, expressive, and hands on approaches to mental health counseling. 


 She is body positive, Queer Allied, Transgender Allied and Racial Justice Allied. She practices: cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, rational emotive behavioral therapy, trauma informed care, drama therapy, narrative therapy, play therapy, role play, strength based, multicultural, integrative, motivational interviewing and Christian counseling. 

A Few Words from Zhomontee

"The time is always now to heal. Let’s take this walk together as we follow your path to healing. Counseling with me is a collaborative effort. This is a judgement free zone and you are entitled to every emotion you feel. 


It is not easy seeking therapeutic help and I’m proud of your starting your process in finding a provider. Together we will work to create a safe space where you can grow and heal. My goal is to assist individuals through life’s challenges and help them navigate to their personal goals and desires."


- Zhomontee Watson



More about Zhomontee


Zhomontee Watson is an established actress and singer in the e Omaha area. You may recognize Zhomontee from her roles as Deloris Van Cartier in Sister Act (Omaha Community Playhouse), Washing Machine in Caroline or Change (Omaha Community Playhouse), Miss Medda Larkin in Newsies (The Rose Theater), and Asaka in Once on This Island (SNAP! Productions and South High School) and most recently Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus at The Rose. She has received multiple awards, including the OEAA for Best Actress in a Musical in 2017 for her role as Deloris Van Cartier in Sister Act.  

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