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  Lorie A Stevens,   LMFT#T0961

Welcome to Mindworx Therapy


  • I believe people have the right to make choices and decisions about who they are and how they want to show up in the world. 
  • I believe in brain plasticity and the ability to change.
  • I believe everyone needs enough love to become their authentic self, and a therapist' job is to mirror acceptance and positive regard to the client until they can see themselves in such positive regard, and make changes to a more fulfilled life.
  • I coach, I inform and educate, I help people see their distorted thinking, or help them learn skills to regulate and tolerate emotion.
  • I support their decisions by exploring the unconsciousness that may obstruct decision making.
  • I use sand tray, intuitive painting, dream analysis, psychodrama, or symbolic imagery to help turn on the lights of unconsciousness.
  • I help clients question what serves them and what doesn't.
  • I help them learn about themselves with positivity and a nonjudgmental stance.
  • I help them find and use resources to support their needs, and how to find help in a variety of ways.
  • I use cognitive behavior techniques as well as dialectical behavioral skill training.
  • I teach relaxation, and breathing, and meditation techniques to quiet the mind and bring it present to help them find clarity and calm.
  • I trust in the process of listening empathically and believe wholeheartedly that the client can make a healthy, happy life for themselves.
  • I can help clients manage their fears, anxiety, depression, past traumas by learning to tolerate and accept.


I do that for individuals as well as couples and families.


I also work with systems theories that help families grow closer through understanding and education. I work with couples to help them discover ways of communicating their needs to each other, help them find a balance in the relationship between me and we.  I use narrative techniques to help them build positive stories about how they are a team together working toward fulfillment.



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