COVID-19 UPDATE: 8/5/2020

As of today, 8/5/2020, clients are going to have the potential to be able to have face-to-face sessions in our regular office space, or continue with phone and/or telehealth services. This will vary on an individual basis and any updates on COVID-19 guidelines going forward. At this time you can still use the temporary work cell phone for appointments or contact which is, 712-363-8066. The office phone will now also be used and checked on a semi-regular basis (712-580-4732 Ext. 8). Business or referral sources can use his email as well: ryan@allthoseyesterdays.org



Thank you,

Ryan Jensen
Owner and Therapist
All Those Yesterdays-Integrated Mental Health and Substance Abuse Counseling

All Those Yesterdays

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All Those Yesterdays is a mental health and substance abuse therapy provider that includes: substance use assessments, mental health assessments, diagnosis, individual therapy, and/or group therapy, or telehealth therapy based on each client's needs. These services are for people who are suffering from most any life stressor, or issue (substance use, misuse, job stress, divorce, marital issue, sexual issues, anxiety, depression, PTSD, ADHD, trauma, DHS involvment, Department of Corrections involvement, etc). The owner and sole clinician’s dream was to one day be able to give the gift that he has received himself over the years in the form of therapy. Stigma has caused so many people to not seek help when they are stressed, or struggling with life issues. Professionals in our community can be especially afraid to seek help due to a certain public image that people think they need to have. Everyone can benefit from therapy including; police officers, lawyers, doctors, therapists, nurses, teachers, and other helping professions. Many in the helping profession end up with what can be called "compassion fatigue" where they expend all their emotional energy on others that they have a hard time taking care of themselves. Ryan understands this fully and wants to be the trusted clinician professionals can also turn to along with the rest of the population.  This is part of why Ryan chooses to use self-disclosure openly to help reduce the stigma and help people understand that our substance use and mental health is just as important as our physical health. He feels society needs to get to the point where if they are struggling with something emotionally or mentally they should feel the same about calling for a therapy appointment as easily as a patient would call a medical doctor if they are running a fever.

Ryan is now able to provide substance abuse & mental health assessments, diagnosis, and outpatient counseling along with mental health therapy. Appointments can be made by calling 712-580-4732 Ext. 8, please leave a message, but if he is operating from home, please call 712-363-8066 (work cell). If you are in crisis or hav an emergency please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. There are NO WALK-IN appointments and the office will be open by appointment only. 

Ryan will be able to provide telehealth, or in person sessions at his regular office location depending on COVID-19 conditions at the time of your call.  All COVID-19 Guidelines are being followed and are in place (social distancing, etc). Groups will be held via telehealth at this time. Please use the office number or 712-363-8066 (work cell used when not in the office).

Accepting the following insurance plans: Iowa Medicaid Enterprises, Iowa Total Care, Amerigroup, Medica and Wellmark Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Midland's Choice, United Health Care, Health Paartners, and more. Depending on each client, the following are the services that may fit your needs and the prices. Of course, each of your insurance plans will have various actual office visit co-pays, or could be totally covered, please call your insurance for more information. 

Mental Health and Substance Abuse Counseling

Mental Health and Substance Abuse Counseling

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Ryan has education, or training in the following types of therapy. He stated that he uses an integrated approach which means he uses all of them depending on the client’s individual needs. These therapy techniques are: Stages of Change, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), 12-step model, Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT), Reality Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Experiential Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), psychoeducation and Gestalt Therapy. Each client will be met where they are at with their readiness to change and will collaborate via treatment plan on how to treat appropriately.
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Pet Assisted Therapy

Pet Assisted Therapy

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Ryan has a licensed emotional support dog that will usually be in the office with him, his name is Staley and he is a 2.5 year old Amercan Pit Bull which Ryan has owned since Staley was only 8 weeks old. He is a rescue from a puppy mill near Minneapolis, and is still working on his own anxiety issues from that:)  Research shows that just having an animal in the office that a client is able to see, or touch produce neurotransmitters that not only calm a client, but it is therapeutic, especially to those clients who suffer from anxiety, depression, or they have had adults who have had a history of mistreating them. If you are allergic, or do not want Staley in the office you can simply state that during your phone call and he will have him placed in another locked room, or kenneled in the office, the choice is yours.
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EMDR Therapy

EMDR Therapy

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"Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is a mental health and substance abuse treatment that has been extensively researched and proven effective for the resolution of mental health symptoms from adverse life experiences. Distressing life events can overwhelm a person's ability to cope have a lasting negative effect on mental, emotional, and physical health. EMDR therapy is an integrative psychotherapy that incorporates elements from many different treatment approaches for people of all ages suffering psychological distress." (https://emdrandbeyond.com/emdr, 2018).
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