Lori Oberman is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist that has been helping families and children since 2000. Lori regularly helps adolescents, families and adults looking to increase communication and have a better understanding of themselves and others.
In addition to her private practice, she runs a bereavement group in Thousand Oaks, California, to aid loved ones through the grief process.
Lori began her career working in a domestic violence clinic on a 24-hour crisis hotline and speaking to various audiences on how to stop the cycle of violence. She then started working with middle school tweens tackling the complex issues of depression, loss, anxiety and self-esteem individually, as well as in a group setting. Later, she worked at a drug rehabilitation center, where she focused on teens and their families overcoming addiction and how it impacts the family dynamic.
Lori has a bachelor’s degree in sociology with a minor in education from UCLA, as well as a master’s degree in psychology in marriage and family therapy from Phillips Graduate Institute.
Personally, Lori has been married to her husband for over 10 years, and they have three children.