Hello, my name is Lorry and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I have a Master’s of Social Work from the University of Utah with an undergraduate degree in Human Services. I have worked with children and families for over 20 years with direct clinical interventions for the past 6 years. I have experience in child welfare, crisis situations, post traumatic stress disorder, substance abuse and trauma interventions. I have provided therapeutic services to individuals, couples, children and the elderly with a wide range of situational issues and severe mental illness. Most recently I've been working with woman that are incarcerated in prison. I enjoy working with people and love what I do. My practice and approach with people is a firm belief that we all deserve peace, empathy, encouragement and unconditional positive regard no matter the circumstance. I believe there is a great deal of power in education, communication and connection.
My scope of practice includes looking at the person as a whole. This includes looking at your support system, self care, coping skills, diet, exercise and basic needs. What works for some may not work for all and this is a collaboration to meet you where you are and expand on your current strengths. I have trained in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Veteran specific PTSD.
I am very happy to be given the opportunity to take this journey with you.
- Stress, Anxiety
- Trauma and abuse
- Parenting issues
I also have experience in Addictions, LGBT, Relationship issues, Family conflicts, Grief, Intimacy-related issues, Anger management, Self esteem, Bipolar disorder
LCSW #7885635-3501 (Expires: 2020-09-01)
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She gives incredible advice. I don’t know where I would be without her!
Exceeded my expectations. Very happy with the progress we’ve made and help we’ve been given.
Lorry is understanding and empathetic. I hope to work with her again after my scheduling conflicts figure itself out.