Lori Vann, M.A., LPCS.
A Unique Style | Proven Results

We help you reach your utmost potential by identifying your core issues through a strategic process of collaboration and implementation of proven skills.

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Listed as the 'Official Parenting Guru' for the show

Educational Background

-Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology, graduating Cum Laude, from Pepperdine University.
-Master of Arts degree in Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling, graduating Summa Cum Laude, from Chapman University.
Speaker Training:
-Member of the Speaker Coop in Dallas
-Attended Brendon Burchard's High Performance Academy
-Attendee of Brendon Burchard's World's Greatest Speaker Training with Roger Love and Bo Eason
-Trained by International Speaker and businessman, JT Foxx and his coaching team

Media Commentator Highlights

-National Media Commentator
–Over 240 interviews for TV, radio, and print media
–ABC, CBS, NBC, Univision, and CW33
–Fox News Radio, ESPN Radio, Clear Channel, and I Heart Radio Contributor for stations across the U.S.

–The Dallas Morning News, The Denver Post, The Amarillo Globe, Worchester Gazette (Massachusetts), Breckenridge American

–GL (Girls’ Life magazine), Houston Family Magazine, Chattanooga Parenting Magazine, Dallas/Ft. Worth/Tarrant Cty Child
–HollywoodLife.com commentator on celebrity stories involving self-injury
–Script Consultant and panelist for movies and documentaries


Speaking Highlights

-Professional speaker since 2000

-International speaker
-National, State, and Local Conferences & Symposiums
-Repeat guest for numerous groups and conferences
-Over 75 talks on self-injury and trained over 3000 audience members from the professional and lay communities
-Trainer for colleges, school districts, business networking events, probation departments, and
religious groups
-Professor for two colleges