This content was provided by Lori Vann "Lori Vann is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor who has practiced in a variety of settings from inpatient psychiatric hospitals to outpatient clinics, private practice, and the non-profit sector. She has been a professor of psychology for both the Collin County and Dallas County college districts. Ms. Vann has presented on a wide range of topics at numerous locations throughout Dallas-Ft. Worth, California, Hawaii, and Texas including national conferences, colleges, community events, symposiums, non-profit organizations, and churches. She is a conference favorite, as she has been asked to come back to speak at several large events and for multiple school districts. Over the years, she has also written several educational handouts for her clients and colleagues. You can currently find her supervising LPC interns, speaking throughout Texas, giving consultations to counselors and the media, while working full-time in her private practice in North Carrollton. Ms. Vann is the author of three books, A Caregiver's Guide to Self-injury (2014), A Practitioner's Guide to the Treatment of Self-injury: tips, techniques, activities, and debates (2015), and The Self-injury Prevention Activity Workbook (only available at seminars). She has been nicknamed the "Teen Whisperer" and the "Guru of Self-injury" by professional peers and runs the only known exclusively self-injury support groups for tween girls, teen girls, women, and the caregivers of those who self-harm in all of North Texas. To date she has worked with over 415 individuals who have some history of self-injury and has presented on the topic over 60 times. Ms. Vann started consulting for the media on mental health issues in 2009 and has been featured on ABC, CBS, NBC, CW33, and Univision news broadcasts throughout the country. A favorite radio guest, she has been named a parenting and relationship expert for Fox News Radio and Clear Channel Stations, and as of December 2015, she has given 166 radio interviews from coast to coast. Other media projects that she has assisted with include movie script, PSA, and TV show consultant, and expert panelist. Regarding print media, Ms. Vann has been written about in several local and national newspapers, including The Dallas Morning News and The Denver Post, and in multiple magazines including Dallas Child/N. Texas Child/Ft. Worth Child, Chattanooga Parenting, Houston Family Magazine, Health To You for Hospital Corporation of America, and interviewed for GL (Girls Life) magazine. She has also been contacted on several occasions by HollywoodLifecom for comments regarding celebrities and self-injury. She is a graduate of Pepperdine University where she received with honors her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and is a graduate of Chapman University where she graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Master of Arts degree in Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling. She has been a LPC since 2001, a LPC Supervisor since 2003, and a professional speaker since 2000. "
This content was provided by Lori Vann "Experienced professional, caring, and non-judgmental therapy. Professional counseling from a Christian perspective available upon request. My approach is what I call an "educational" one in that I will provide you handouts (where applicable), educate you on the mind-body connection so that you can understand how your mental & physical health are intertwined, & will help challenge any unhealthy beliefs. My therapeutic approach is interactive. www.LoriVannCounseling.com See SHOP & Seminars."
Cognitive & Behavioral Psychology
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