About Avery Fisher
I believe therapy is a powerful component of self-care and self-love. I often work with folks who have experienced acute trauma, secondary trauma, and/or traumas of oppression and marginalization. Symptoms like anxiety, depression, PTSD, and general feelings of stuckness can result from those trauma injuries. The work I do is all about addressing those symptoms and that trauma in a powerful and embodied way so it's no longer holding you back from doing the important work you're here to do.
SE can be done anywhere you feel comfortable and is particularly well-suited for being outside in a natural area as part of an ecotherapy framework. I do SE sessions at my office on Capitol Hill and at local parks.
I am specifically informed and experienced in working with LGBTQIA folks on issues related, and not related, to gender and/or sexuality. This includes informed consent for accessing gender confirming health care. As a queer and transgender person, I am committed to providing healing work for the LGBTQIA community.
- Victims of Sexual Abuse
- Victims of Domestic Violence
- Adults abused as children
- Complex PTSD