Nice to meet you!
My name is Victoria Fisher and I’m gonna get real with you. I never thought I’d be a therapist. The road to this profession has been a winding one, and it’s led me to something I never thought would be possible: doing important work I love for people in some of the most vulnerable and distressing times of their lives.
My journey began while studying social work at Grand Valley State University. At the time, I was learning the foundational elements of social justice that continues to inform my life as a person and professional, while receiving my own individual therapy. When working as a case manager for adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities, I found that the best outcomes occurred in cases where the families and I were able to develop a healing bond. The relationship allowed for a level of trust that went beyond the mountain of paperwork and red tape that so often plagues the social service field.
The healing power of connection is what drives my work. It is through our therapeutic relationship that powerful change can be created. My style is psychodynamic and trauma-informed. Our work together will move towards the underlying past experiences that guide your behavior and bring about challenges in your daily life. My perspective is guided by feminist principles as we seek to name and understand the societal trauma that have shaped your world and views of yourself.