Lori Capri,M.S., L.P.C.

Lori Capri,M.S., L.P.C.

Telehealth Available
Professions: Mental Health Counselor, Licensed Professional Counselor
License Status: I'm a licensed professional.
Primary Credential: Professional Counselor - 00700
Billing and Insurance:
I am an in-network provider for:
  • Aetna
  • All Husky-Medicaid insurances
  • Anthem
  • Cigna
  • ConnectiCare
  • Harvard Pilgrim
  • Optum/United Health Care
  • Oxford (UnitedHealthcare)
Fees: If you have current health insurance coverage, your deductible, co-pay, or coinsurance will be due at each session.

If not using health insurance, fees are:

In office sessions:
Initial Session: $175
50-60 minutes: $140
Late cancellation (less than 24 hours) and No Shows: $100

Telehealth sessions available through a HIPAA compliant platform.
Free Initial Phone Consultation
Weekend Availability
Evening Availability


36 Mill Plain Rd.
Suite 212
Danbury, Connecticut 06811

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My Approach to Helping

It is important to me that all people are valued and treated with compassion and respect. I feel very honored that the people I meet allow me to share in their lives--the strengths and good that they have, the difficulties, the things that are important to them, the pain, the confusion, and the journey to wellness and wholeness. The counseling process is different for each person who I see, and I encourage people to think continually about what it is that they want to overcome, develop, learn, and change. I emphasize that people are in control of their progress. I may be at times the facilitator, cheerleader, idea person, teacher, listener, or biggest fan. As we travel together on your journey, we celebrate small successes and big victories and we work through challenges to help you feel and function better.

More Info About My Practice

Telehealth counseling sessions available using software that is 100% HIPAA compliant. If you are feeling anxious, stressed, overwhelmed, isolated, depressed, moody, irritable, ignored or unappreciated, take a few minutes for yourself and contact me to make a plan to start therapy.

Sessions are available in my relaxing and convenient office at 36 Mill Plain Rd., Ste. 212, Danbury, CT 06811. The office building has an elevator and plenty of free parking. Telehealth sessions are also available if appropriate.

My office is located on the corner of Mill Plain Road and Kenosia Avenue--close to many restaurants, stores and other fun things!

Why Going to Therapy Does Not Mean You are Weak or Flawed

So you are finally ready to admit that there is something in your life that is causing discomfort or getting in the way of being a happy, productive, fulfilled person. But does that mean there is something wrong with you? What if other people find out that you're not perfect? Why can't you just "Snap Out of It?" If you really stop and think about it, Life is a series of ups and downs, mountains and hills to climb, celebrations, trials and tribulations, calms followed by storms followed by calm, and more celebrations. It can be difficult and painful at times, especially if we don't have all of the "tools" or positive support we need to get through the bad times. There are lots of reasons why we may not have the appropriate tools to deal with our struggles, and by coming to therapy, we can learn new tools, uncover and build on skills we already have, and get rid of some that are not helpful. Everyone can benefit by having additional support and insight. The difference is that you are willing to ask for help. That doesn't make you "flawed." That makes you someone who will do what it takes to succeed and be happy.

Importance of the Client-Therapist Alliance

I have learned over many years that the specific techniques therapists or other helping professionals use are not as important as the alliance or relationship that can be developed between the client and the therapist. People seeking the assistance of a professional may have difficulty trusting others, especially new people, due to past experiences where they might have been hurt and disappointed. So how do you open up and let this new therapist get to know you and even divulge your secrets? First, you need to be comfortable with the therapist and feel that you are being listened to and respected. Then, you might choose to open up in a burst of built up emotion that just needs release. Or, it could be a gradual experience, letting the therapist see little pieces of the inner you over many sessions. You are in charge of how much you are willing to trust the therapist. Your ability to work together with the therapist, to share, to listen, to try something new, to evaluate you efforts, and to continue to participate in guiding the process, will build the alliance between you both which will help you move toward your goals.

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Ages I Work With

  • Children
  • Teens
  • Adults
  • Elders


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Groups I Work With

    Parents who are having difficulty breaking unhelpful habits they learned in childhood and learning and using more effective, compassionate and respectful skills with their children.

    People struggling with anxiety, irrational fears, anger, inability to speak up about their wants and needs, depression, bipolar disorder, intrusive thoughts, child abuse and domestic abuse.

    Moms and Dads with Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (while Mom is pregnant or at any point after baby is born.

    If I haven't mentioned your specific issue, please contact me to see if I can be of help or if I can find an appropriate and helpful provider for you.

Client Concerns I Treat

  • Abandonment
  • Abuse / Abuse Survivor Issues
  • Adjusting to Change / Life Transitions
  • Anxiety
  • Attachment Issues
  • Depression
  • Divorce / Divorce Adjustment
  • Emotional Abuse
  • Emotional Overwhelm
  • Family of Origin Issues
  • Life Purpose / Meaning / Inner-Guidance
  • Panic
  • Parenting
  • Post Partum Depression
  • Pregnancy and Birthing
  • Stress
  • Women's Issues

Types of Therapy

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