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Brian Fisher, BS, CT

Can we all agree that life can be challenging at times?  The good news is we don’t have to try to figure it out alone.  Brian became a trained counselor because he’s seen the benefits of counseling in his own life and the lives of so many people he knows, and he wanted to share that experience with others. 

 Brian obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Materials Science & Engineering because he has a natural curiosity about the world and how it works.  Since then, he’s spent the last 15 years developing and mentoring college students and young professionals both here in the US and overseas, as well as providing leadership coaching for teams.  He loves helping people live out of their innate strengths and gifts.  He’s lived for several years in multiple countries, and has experienced the joys of working cross-culturally as well as the challenges of frequent transition and being away from home.  He credits his time overseas with humbling him, teaching him to listen, expanding his perspective, and giving him the privilege of serving humanitarian endeavors.  Now that he has returned home, he is pursuing his Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Ashland Theological Seminary.  He’s also certified as a Life Orientations® Trainer and in the EQ-i (similar to IQ, but for emotional intelligence) as tools to help his clients gain greater insight on themselves and how they relate to others.

 He works with many types of clients including helping clients dealing with anxiety, spiritual abuse, pornography addiction, self-esteem and confidence, navigating bi-cultural tensions, pre-marital counseling, and career coaching.

 Whatever your reason to pursue counseling, Brian would be honored to provide a safe place for you to simply be yourself, process what you are facing, and work together strategically toward your goals.  He works out of the Worthington office.