Combining her skills as a coach, spiritual counselor, healer, and psychic intuitive, Lori Morrison has built a successful practice in Sedona, Arizona, working with clients from all over the world. She has had particular success in supporting those who have experienced trauma, grief, and debilitating life events, and has dedicated herself to the use of alternative methods and ancient wisdom to reduce her clients’ reliance on antipsychotic medication.
As a counselor, she is guided by the goal of changing the framework around mental illness from one of despair to the recognition of the emergence of a creative gift that can lead to dramatic improvements in recovery. Lori currently sits on the board of directors of the Mental Health Coalition of Verde Valley, Arizona, as head of the Education Committee, where she advocates the acceptance of complementary programs for mental illness.
In the course of her education, Lori has studied the application of sacred sciences and shamanic and alternative healing methods with many of the world’s most recognized spiritual teachers and authors. Studying with many of the world’s most distinguished spiritual teachers, she has traveled the world and the spectrum of new ideas and innovative approaches to healing the body and mind.
Prior to the spiritual awakening that led Lori to her work in the spirit world and in mental health, she was an entrepreneur, having built a successful wine and gourmet food business in Central America. Lori made weekly appearances on El Salvador’s “Good Morning,” a national television program that offers information on cooking, wine pairing, and the refining of tastes in the Central American market. She also made a significant contribution to social and environmental causes through a foundation she established in El Salvador called The Amigos of Lake Ilopango, where she worked tirelessly to support the construction of health clinics, 800 homes, community churches and schools, roads, water systems, and offering disaster relief. She is especially proud of her work helping farmers with financing and technical support to plant over a thousand acres of fruit trees for long-term sustainability around Lake Ilopango. Earlier, she worked in international banking and finance in New York and Houston, and after that in international marketing for Robert Mondavi Winery in Napa Valley, California.