Locations: Plano & Online
Are you struggling in your life, relationships, work environment, family or finances? Is your stress and anxiety getting to you? Lori can show you how to overcome these challenges by helping you retrain your brain. Lori helps people create new thought patterns in their brains by using positive thoughts and cognitive challenging to reduce stress, anxiety, and depression. Lori wants you to be able to take control of your thoughts and life.
Lori works with teens and adults who are experiencing stress, anxiety, depression, and low self-esteem. Lori uses an encouraging, non-judgmental, and collaborative approach to help you take steps to getting better. Lori’s goal is to help you feel happier, have healthy relationships, and better well-being in life. She uses relaxation, mindfulness meditation, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and goal setting to reduce anxiety and depression. In your first session, Lori will help you create a plan for moving forward.
Lori grew up in Dallas and graduated from the University of North Texas with a BFA in art and psychology and is in practicum for her MA in Professional Counseling at Amberton University. Lori has two daughters, one son-in-law, and two precious granddaughters. She loves animals and art. She has worked with cancer patients in overcoming fear and coming to terms with their diagnosis. Lori was diagnosed with a rare cancer 7 years ago and is passionate about helping people who have been in similar situations. Lori is an overcomer and focuses on living her life to the fullest. She hopes to help her clients live life to the fullest too.
Are you ready to untangle the messy thought patterns and situations in your life? Lori will help you replace negative, unhealthy thought patterns with hope and positivity. Schedule an appointment with Lori today and take the first step to feeling better.
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