Lori Hassanzadeh-Aski, LPCC
Lori Hassanzadeh-Aski, LPCC is a child and adolescent therapist at Columbine Behavioral Healthcare in Durango.
About Lori Hassanzadeh-Aski, LPCC
Lori Hassanzadeh-Aski, LPCC is a Child and Adolescent Therapist in Durango, Colorado. She provides counseling services to children, teens, and young adults with problems such as behavioral and emotional issues, parenting, anxiety, depression, or navigating their way through life changes such as divorce or changes in school. She has expertise in behavioral and emotional issues, parenting, anxiety, and depression; and she is trained in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy. Lori has an MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Adams State University. She is motivated by the strength people have to face and work through adversity. She strives to learn something new from people every day.
“My values of focusing on people’s strengths, perseverance, and positive thinking motivate me to show up for my patients every day and support them through some of their most difficult times.”
Outside of work Lori enjoys spending time with her husband, children, and pets. She loves animals, watching funny movies, spending time outside, and taking pictures of her children when they will let her.
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