Shelly Fisher, BS, CT
After spending fifteen years working with and developing young adults, Shelly decided to go back to school to pursue a Master’s degree in Clinical Counseling. She believes that while incredibly beautiful, life is also hard and sometimes it’s helpful to have someone with professional training to journey alongside of us to help us lean into the challenges it can bring.
If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you’re having a tough day and in the midst of a rough patch of life. Know that Shelly believes it’s okay to struggle, and that there is hope. Shelly would be honored to cojourn with you to help you reach your goals and be a place for you to experience safety and freedom as you do.
Shelly studied Human Development and Family Studies at The Ohio State University and is finishing her degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Ashland Theological Seminary. She spent four years living overseas teaching English and working alongside various human service organizations. Her time in the US has primarily focused on mentoring young adults, coaching team leaders, helping couples prepare for marriage, and seeking to build cross-cultural bridges for a large organization locally and internationally. Shelly works in the Worthington office.