Athen Fisher – LMFT
Athen Fisher has a passion for helping others create and strengthen meaningful relationships in their lives, whether it be with their family, partner or child. She enjoys working with couples and families and helping them identify and change hurtful relationship patterns and create new healthy ones. Healing and change happen through relationships when we feel secure and loved. Athen strives to help couples and families develop and strengthen those bonds and create positive interactions. As your therapist, her goal is to provide you with a safe, secure, non-judgmental atmosphere so that the growth and change you seek can occur.
Athen especially loves working with mothers and their children – she believes with motherhood comes an enormous amount of joy and love, but sometimes guilt, loneliness, anxiety, stress and relationship problems come as well. Partnering with and supporting mothers and their partners will have a positive impact for generations.
Athen is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT- 15157) and graduated from Arizona State University with an undergraduate degree in psychology and master’s in marriage and family therapy. In her 6 years of clinical experience, she has worked in private and community mental health settings providing individual, couples, group and family therapy to clients seeking growth and change.
- Loss of Emotional Intimacy or Feeling Disconnected from Partner
- Emotional Injuries
- Mismatched Desire
- Emotional and/or Physical Infidelity
- Unmet Emotional Needs
- Unmet Physical Needs
- Rebuilding and Cultivating Trust
- Problematic Communication Patterns
- Feeling Stuck, Trapped, Bored or Disillusioned in Relationship
- Sexless Marriages and Low Sex Relationships
- Relationship Completion, Divorce Transition
“I want you to know you’re not alone in this struggle, and there is hope and a way to get to a better place. My goal is to provide individuals, couples and families with a safe, secure place to find true acceptance, build and strengthen bonds and heal emotional wounds. As your therapist, I will use empathy and acceptance, while also challenging you to reach your goals and build on your natural strengths.”