Meet Your Therapist

Lorree Riley, LCMHC, has over 16 years of experience working with clients on the complex relationship between achievement, drive and success, self-criticism, overthinking, guilt and a sense of inadequacy. As both a mom and a professional, Lorree can relate to clients who are dealing with feelings of stress and anxiety that can come with managing the competing priorities of life satisfaction, career and family.

A native of Charleston, SC,  Lorree originally received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Winthrop University. After seeing first-hand the power of art in helping individuals cope with anxiety and depression, she pursued a Master of Arts in Expressive Therapy. Lorree creatively blends cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and mindfulness-based therapy (MBCT) to help clients envision an intentional path, engage in change and embrace a new, positive way of thinking, doing and being. Lorree believes that a blended approach helps to address the unique vision and goals of each client.

Lorree also has a passion for speaking to groups about the feelings of stress, doubt and inadequacy that tend to pop up in everyday life and shares coping skills to address those feelings.