Lori sees clients in Building 1 (360 N. Oak St.)
Wee warrior. Determined. Intensely committed.
Lori Stokes earned Masters degrees in Licensed Mental Health Counseling (2015), Professional School Counseling (2011) and Special Education (1988) from the University of Saint Francis in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Lori has worked with school-aged clients through senior adults and their families using Cognitive Behavioral Theory, Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Solution-Focused Therapy adapted to the unique needs and goals of her clients. Prior to graduate school, Lori taught special needs students in preschool through upper elementary. Lori also was able to be a stay at home mom for several years in order to support intense medical and emotional needs of her own family.
Lori has taken specialized training in the Safe and Sound Protocol developed by Dr. Stephen Porges and the Feuerstein method, supporting autism sensory needs, behavior management, and managing anxiety and depression. Lori holds a brown belt in Nia Technique and is an active teacher in this sensory movement practice inviting participants to move in a way that honors body, sensation and supporting the mind/body connection. She has been an active volunteer in women’s ministries and the Celebrate Recovery ministry. Lori has experience with adults, teens and children experiencing anxiety, depression, trauma, mood disorders, anger management, co-dependency, grief, loss, life transitions, parenting, relationship issues, self-esteem, self-harm, women’s issues and chronic illness.
Parent coaching and consultation SSP (Safe and Sound Protocol) Therapy
To schedule an appointment contact our Care Connectors at 260-244-0264