Danielle Huston Fisher, MSW, LSWAIC
Description of Counselor/Practice
As a Black American woman raised mostly on the West coast in a christian environment; I have a particular interest in helping people navigate difficult conversations.
I believe therapy is a working journey that we undertake because we desire growth, change, healing and/or insight. During our work together we will celebrate your achievements, envision a desirable future and then map out the small and large changes necessary to realize and actualize your vision. I primarily do this by building upon and helping you to identify strengths while highlighting all successes along the way; while engaging in trauma care as needed.
Although I use an integrative approach that is specific to each and every person's journey some of the Western theories/ modalities that I may draw from are: Family Systems, Strength based, Solution focused brief therapy (SFBT), Humanistic, Cognitive /Behavioral and Motivational interviewing. I am interested in engaging the whole person and using mindfulness techniques to promote rest, change, and insightfulness. I partner with people to address themes such as: internalized oppressions, trauma, intergenerational trauma, secondary trauma, family relationships, resilience across the lifespan, boundaries, grief/healing and narrative work.