Dr. Cheryl Fisher is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC), a counselor educator, researcher and author bringing over twenty years of experience to her practice with individuals, families, and couples specializing in the areas of Grief and Loss; Trauma and Abuse; End of Life and Life Transitions.
She provides a holistic approach to counseling by combining expressive and group therapies with traditional cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic approaches. In addition, Dr. Fisher values the role of spirituality in overall health and wellness. She is a Distance Credentialed Counselor (DCC) offering online as well as face to face counseling services.
She is an affiliate professor of graduate counseling and clinical mental health programs for Loyola University Maryland, Fordham and Grand Canyon Universities.
Dr. Fisher is a columnist for Counseling Today Online and often writes about the connection to nature and overall wellness. She is the author of The Keeper (ISBN: 1-4241-4331-4), a case study and handbook about a family learning to manage a chronic illness. More recently, her writing projects include Homegrown Psychotherapy: Nature Informed Wellness in a Concrete World; Nature-Informed Counseling for Kids; and Dr. Sophia children’s book series.