Lora Blazina LPCC
Lora Blazina earned her master’s degree in counseling, with a specialization in somatics, from John F. Kennedy University in California. Lora has been engaged in the somatic healing arts since 2000, and she has been working as a somatic psychotherapist since 2011. Lora specializes in helping adult survivors of childhood abuse and neglect. Lora’s focus for treatment is supporting clients in identifying the issues from childhood that are disrupting their present-day life and relationships. Addressing these issues in therapy allows the adult survivor to gain perspective, growth, healing and the sense autonomy, safety and freedom in our current adult life. Lora has been well trained is several psychological perspectives, including psycho-dynamic and dialectical behavioral models. Lora has worked in several treatment environments including working as a clinical director for trauma and addiction treatment centers. Lora is driven by her understanding that children are not responsible for the abuse and neglect they endure and survive. However, as adults, we can make the choices to heal, recover and thrive. In this way, we rescue ourselves from our painful past, we reclaim our life in the present, and we facilitate to continued generational healing and well-being.