Cash Rate: $45
Insurance: Aetna, Cigna, Optum, United Healthcare, UMR
Locations: Coppell/Irving & Online
Anxiety, depression, ongoing stress, and grief have a way of isolating you. Perhaps you are feeling lonely or despondent and wondering if you will ever feel better. There is hope and you do not have to walk this road alone.
We all need connection, to feel loved, to feel safe, to be heard and understood.
Counseling can be the springboard for healing and change. It can also feel scary because we are challenging ourselves to share our fears and our pain with another person. Lori understands this and will meet you with grace and compassion where you are and create a safe space for you to explore your struggles. She will work diligently with you to identify, understand, and overcome what is standing in the way of your healing and success.
Lori uses a warm and caring yet practical and proven approach to help her clients work through various issues. Her approach is unique to each individual, utilizing strategies and methods from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and other modalities that best fit her client’s needs. She is a highly motivated counselor who is passionate about helping clients live a full and meaningful life.
Lori is finishing her M.A. in Professional Counseling at Amberton University. Although new in the professional counseling field, Lori has 30 years of experience with children, teens, at-risk youth, adults, and single mothers in her roles as teacher, mentor, spiritual counselor, small group leader, grief camp counselor, and serving in her church and community. She has a unique professional background as an Air Traffic Controller which enables her to understand and manage high stress environments, communicate effectively, listen attentively, and utilize mindfulness techniques to bring a calming and confident rhythm to life.
Taking the first step toward healing can be a hard but worthwhile decision. Lori would be honored to meet you and walk with you on this journey.
“When the well is dry, we know the worth of water.” Benjamin Franklin