Lori Fetter is a Licensed Professional Counselor with specialties in Grief & Loss and Trauma Therapy. She is recognized as a National Certified Counselor. Lori received her undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh and graduated with a Masters of Science in Counseling Psychology from Chatham University in 2008.
Lori began her career working with people struggling with drug & alcohol addiction. In this time, she developed a strong interest in trauma and began learning about trauma work. While still with the agency, she joined a group practice after receiving licensure as a professional counselor in 2012. Lori started her own practice in the summer of 2013, where she primarily practiced trauma techniques and therapy.
In the fall of 2014, Lori left the agency to focus on her practice full time. She built a therapeutic foundation in AEDP (Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy) from 2014-2015. She received certification as a Grief Counselor in the winter of 2015 through the American Institute of Health Care Professionals. She went on to become a Clinical Trauma Professional in 2017 and received certification in 2018. Lori often refers to trauma as a language... “if you’re sitting in my chair and instantly know what I’m talking about, you’re in the right place.”
Lori is a versed and seasoned therapist. She helps men, women and teens through a wide range of issues from managing stress, anxiety/depression to marriage/couples issues, divorce, grief & loss, adjustments & transitions, parenting issues to sexual assault/abuse and other traumatic events. She uses techniques from a variety of therapeutic approaches to meet clients where they are and help them reach their goals.
In addition to her clinical work, Lori supervises Master’s level clinicians for professional licensure. She is active in the community and her Practice is a member of The Chamber of Commerce of Westmoreland County. She has been a guest on Business Talk Radio One NYC for her perspective as a business owner during the COVID 19 pandemic. She supports community events, local businesses and foundations. She has served as a community sponsor for recreational sports teams for kids in Greensburg.
Bri Koeser is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Grief & Loss Counselor, Certified Clinical Trauma Professional and National Certified Counselor. Bri graduated Summa Cum Laude from Seton Hill University in 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Sociology. In 2017, Bri received a Master’s of Science in Professional Counseling from Carlow University. She interned at Allegheny General Hospital (AGH) where she worked with children, adolescents and adults as an administrator and interpreter of neuropsychological testing. She helped individuals coping with ADHD, traumatic brain injury, and mood disorders. In addition to AGH, Bri interned at Mercy Behavioral Health’s Partial Hospitalization and Acute Stabilization Unit. In this role, she provided group and individual therapy to people suffering from severe and persistent mental health, trauma, and grief & loss issues.
Bri began working at an agency in the beginning of 2018. She provided group and individual therapy to teens and adults struggling with addiction, depression, anxiety, trauma and adjustment issues.
Bri joined Loriann Fetter Counseling & Psychotherapy in the spring of 2019. In this time she completed her Supervised Clinical Experience and gained Certification as a Life Coach. She was Licensed as a Professional Counselor in the summer of 2020. Bri works with teens and adults coping with an array of issues from depression, anxiety, adjustment issues and trauma to major life transitions including grief & loss. She helps teens, men and women build skills for sustainable emotional health and positive motivation. Bri's main clinical interests are helping people with traumatic experiences and grief and loss. She received certification as a Clinical Trauma Professional in the spring of 2021. In the winter of 2023, Bri was granted certification as a Grief & Loss Counselor through the American Institute of Healthcare Professionals.
Bri uses an emotion focused approach. She believes that through the safety and security of a positive therapeutic relationship, people can explore the pain of the past, make connections to present day issues, and build a foundation of skills and knowledge to create a full and happy life.
Sarah Louther is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Clinical Trauma Professional and National Certified Counselor. She graduated from Duquesne University in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and English. In 2015, Sarah received a Master's of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Sarah began her career in 2012 working at an agency focused on helping children and adolescents with an array of issues. In this time, she did in home work through Behavioral Health Rehabilitative Services (BHRS). While working in BHRS, Sarah joined an agency in 2017 where she broadened her focus to dual diagnosis. There, she built a strong background in helping teens, men and women in group and individual settings work through mental health and addiction issues to build healthy relapse prevention skills. Sarah joined Loriann Fetter Counseling & Psychotherapy in the winter of 2021. She received certification as a Trauma Professional in the summer of 2022. She works with kids as young as 5 years old as well as teens and adults. Sarah is versed in issues such as self-esteem, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, adjustments/transitions, bullying, sexual identity, transgender issues, trauma and those in Recovery. She uses a variety of therapeutic techniques to help her clients succeed to achieve their goals to build and maintain healthy balance.
Joe Narduzzi is a Licensed Professional Counselor. He received his Bachelor degree from St. Vincent University in 1998. In the summer of 2000, Joe graduated from Duquesne University with a Masters of Education in Community Counseling. Joe began his clinical career in 1995 working with kids in the foster system and Child Protective Services. His focus was to advocate for children and help them work through traumatic experiences. He was a supervisor for visitation and conducted individual, couples and family therapy along with reunification treatment. Joe moved forward in his work with kids in the early to mid-2000’s. He joined a wraparound program focused on in home therapy for kids. Throughout this time, Joe incorporated clinical supervision into his work for Bachelor and Master level therapists working with children. He assisted with psychological evaluations for kids to determine the need for therapeutic care.
Along with his role in the agencies, Joe worked with the County as an Independent Contractor. He provided treatment to kids, teens, men and women for a variety of mental health disorders. He provided group therapy to sexual abuse survivors and individual counseling to sexual offenders. Joe worked closely with couples and families during this time as well. In the spring of 2021, Joe retired from his position with the County. He joined a Guidance Center where he worked with kids, teens and adults with issues including depression, anxiety, abuse, trauma, major adjustments and grief and loss.
Joe joined Loriann Fetter Counseling and Psychotherapy in the fall of 2022. He works from an eclectic approach, pulling techniques from a variety of theoretical methods to best suit the needs of his client. Joe is a seasoned therapist with a warm and welcoming persona. His goal is to help his clients work through challenges that hold them back, heal and find peace and happiness in their lives.