Lori came to RSM with a Masters and a PhD in Social Work, and over 25 years of experience in the mental health field. She has a certificate of specialization in gerontology and special expertise in wellness, recovery, self-care and resilience. Lori is an adjunct faculty member at the Rutgers School of Social Work and a Certified Laughter Leader. She is a member of the collaborative holistic practice of Dr. Wendy Warner at Medicine in Balance, LLC.
As a professional Synergist, Lori is known for providing a warm, accepting and safe environment for healing, self-discovery and personal growth. She loves assisting each client in discovering the connection between their emotional and physical experiences and the wisdom of their body-mind. She is committed to being completely present with each client as she guides them in becoming aware of the memories and messages stored in their bodies. Lori encourages, supports and celebrates with her clients as they begin to make choices with ease, change habits that don't work for them anymore and move with confidence in the world!
I am sitting on a beach in Vieques, Puerto Rico. The sand is white and soft- the water- lapping onto the shore in the most beautiful shades of aqua blue- glistening with the reflections of the sunshine. I cannot imagine … Continue reading →
The last weekend in October was a memorable time in Oaks, Pennsylvania. Quite unexpectedly, and very early for that part of the country, a significant snowstorm occurred!! It took a lot of folks by surprise! The other unexpected event that … Continue reading →
Submitted by 55 Year Old Female Client Having sought treatment in the past for my emotional pain, I had been prescribed medication that only served to remove me further from the messages my body was sending. I tried conventional psychology, … Continue reading →
Submitted by D.S. Through Rubenfeld Synergy I have direct access to the infinite wisdom of the universe through my own body. I met Sheba, a shy and timid tigress, trapped in a small cage in my solar plexus, and over … Continue reading →
The two most wonderful things that ever happened to me were meeting my husband Mike and finding (or being led to?) RSM. And, although my husband is a truly wonderful being in his own right, I am convinced that it … Continue reading →