Loriann Oberlin, MS, LCPC is a licensed clinical professional counselor in Maryland. She's written "Surviving Separation and Divorce," "Overcoming Passive-Aggression," "The Angry Child," and two women's fiction novels under the pen name Lauren Monroe. "Second Chances: Book Two of The Maryland Shores" includes separation and divorce.
In her therapy practice, Ms. Oberlin has worked with children, teens, couples and families to help them before, during and after separation and divorce. Oberlin has completed divorce mediation and child access training, Gottman couples counseling workshops as well as collaborative law practice training in Maryland where she has two offices, outside of Washington DC and on the Eastern Shore.
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