Education: Lori obtained his undergraduate degree in Social Psychology from Park University in 2007 and his Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology with a Certificate in Child and Adolescent Counseling from Avila University in 2011. He completed his Play Therapy Certification from Heartland Play Therapy Institute in 2018 and became a Registered Play Therapy Supervisor in 2018. Lee is currently working on his PhD in General Counseling from Grand Canyon University.
Experience: Lee began his counseling career through his clinical internship at a community outpatient therapy center. Here, the therapy was focused on helping children who had experienced abuse or trauma. After
graduating, he worked as a therapist at a private practice providing individual and family therapy in-home
and in-office to primarily children and families involved with Children’s Division. He worked as a
therapist at a youth residential center providing individual, group and family therapy, and then worked
as a family therapist, providing individual, group and family therapy, for an adult and adolescent
substance use program. He became a Clinical Program Supervisor for a community outpatient therapy
center and is currently working as a therapist in outpatient community mental health.