This article has been published by Exceptional Needs Today. By Lori Stottler, LMHC, Clinician, CIP Brevard
Mindfulness is a word that has recently gained attention due to the pandemic and the stressful times we are all currently living in. We are all looking for methods to ease stress and improve our lives during these trying times.
About The Author, Lori Stottler, LMHC
Lori Stottler has worked in the mental health counseling field since 2014. Lori specialized in trauma work in a community counseling setting. Her work there gave her experience with many different types of clients and varied mental health diagnoses.
Lori has specialization in Positive Psychology which she has found successful in treating anxiety and depression and increasing overall quality of everyday functioning.
As a Clinician at CIP, Lori Stottler, LMHC helps students meet the goals they have set for themselves at CIP. Lori Stottler earned her Masters in Clinical Counseling from Webster University. Ms. Stottler has extended education in Positive Psychology and MBSR (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction).
Outside of work, Lori can be found spending time with family and friends. Lori also enjoys hiking and bike riding during her time off from work.