Lori Britton, M.A., MFTA
Lori Britton graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University with a Masters degree in marriage and family therapy. Years prior to her graduate work, she graduated with a degree in psychology from Anderson University. Lori's work experience includes being case manager for Dove Harbor, a transitional housing program for woman and children in crisis. She has facilitated several groups for women in recovery from childhood sexual abuse and has led a number of psycho educational groups covering such topics as boundaries, self-esteem, relational and personal wholeness. Lori's graduate training included a number of hours of counseling with married couples, women and teens with eating disorders, and individuals with depression, anxiety, post-partum depression, bipolar disorder and folks with relational difficulties, life transitions, blended families and individuals in crisis. She has also been trained in the area of healing prayer. She is a member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.
Lori has been married for 20 years and is a mother of three children. She attends Lakeview Church with her family. Believing that God created people for relationship, her passion is helping people create healthy, satisfying relationships in their lives and growing toward wholeness in relationship with God, others, and within their own hearts. Many times we get stuck in unhealthy patterns in our personal lives and in our relationships that we cannot seem to remedy on our own. It is Lori's belief that although often times it is in relationship where we have been wounded, it is actually in healthy relationships where we can find healing. Areas of interest and experience include:
- Marriage Counseling
- Pre-marital Counseling
- Eating Disorders
- Depression & Anxiety
- Blended Families
- Post-partum Depression
- Recovery from Childhood Sexual Abuse
- Crisis Intervention
To schedule an appointment with Lori call (317) 289-8855.