Alli Fisher, MA, LMHCA, ATR-P
Alli is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate and Art Therapist who works with children, adolescents, and young adults. She welcomes individual and/or family sessions depending on what seems most helpful to you. She utilizes her creativity to help explore what brings you to therapy and how to best serve you. She incorporates warmth, genuineness, empathy, and humor to create a space where you can feel comfortable and safe. She believes everyone has a unique story to be told and is passionate about helping you better understand yours.
Alli uses a variety of therapeutic approaches, while tailoring the counseling experience to you and your needs. She is passionate about utilizing art therapy while integrating a person-centered approach, polyvagal theory, narrative therapy, attachment theory, and uses a trauma informed lens. She has experience working with ages 7-22 who have reported physical and sexual assault, and has led art therapy groups with children and adolescents with diverse backgrounds. Alli has also worked at an inpatient psychiatric hospital with adolescents. She has additional training from Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, from First Aid Arts, and further training in TF-CBT.
Some of Alli’s areas of expertise include:
- Child and adolescent concerns
- Trauma, physical or sexual assault, experiencing a disaster, and PTSD
- Family issues/parenting
- Self-esteem and self-acceptance
- Master of Arts, Psychology, Mental Health Counseling and Art Therapy, Antioch University, Seattle, WA
- Bachelor of Fine Arts, Studio Art, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA
- Bachelor of Science, Psychology, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA
- Professional License: MC61419154
Alli enjoys spending time with friends, family, and her dog. She finds herself most at peace when she is painting or sculpting, hiking, reading, watching a movie, and exploring the magnificent PNW.