Raven Fisher, MA
Raven received her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Wheaton College in 2018. During her time at Wheaton, she completed a clinical internship at a community mental health agency, providing individual therapy to a diverse range of client demographics and presenting issues. Prior to attending graduate school, Raven worked with girls recovering from trafficking and abuse at a rehabilitative home in India.
In her work with clients, Raven specializes in anxiety, depression, traumatic experiences, self-esteem/identity issues, life transitions, and women’s issues. She provides a safe space for individuals to develop personal insight and awareness into the unique parts that make up their entire being. She is passionate about traveling with clients on their personal life path and empowering people to flourish.
Raven prefers to approach psychotherapy by blending psychodynamic and existential theoretical orientations with some acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). Each orientation emphasizes a different time era – past, future, and present – all of which are necessary in the psychotherapeutic process to promote holistic mental health.
When she steps away from the office, Raven enjoys practicing various languages through song, starting a new crafting project, and baking and sharing delicious treats with friends and family.