Lori Teves, MA, PsyD
Dr. Lori Teves offers a caring approach using mindfulness and positive psychology to emphasize a person’s positive traits and behaviors, and to increase a person’s ability to use their personal instincts to find wisdom, growth, healing, and fulfillment within themselves.
In addition to her role at the Discovery Mood and Anxiety Program, she is an adjunct professor at Antioch University. She began working with patients of all ages and backgrounds in 2000 and found that the life stories and experiences of people were unique and personal and deserves individual attention and support.
Dr. Teves has worked within a variety of community-based settings, with children, adolescents and adults ranging from 7 to 75-yeaars-old, who were struggling with psychological issues, relationship difficulties, substance abuse, and traumatic experiences.
Dr. Teves completed her bachelor’s degree in Business Management at the University of Phoenix, and she also holds a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Phoenix. She received her doctorate in Applied Clinical Psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology in 2017, and is preparing to take her licensing examination. Dr. Teves is trained in EMDR.