Erik A. Fisher, Ph.D.
770-513-0577 Voice 770-513-3884 Fax
Information and Specialty Areas: For more information on professional experience you may review Dr. Fisher's vita.
Dr. Fisher has a great deal of experience working with individuals with Attention Deficit Disorders and Learning Disorders, Anxiety and Depression, Grief and Loss, Trauma and Recovery, Dissociative Disorders, and Spiritual Growth Issues. He has also had much success in helping clients who were unsuccessful with other professionals and ultimately benefited from a more open therapeutic perspective. He has recently published the book, The Art of Managing Everyday Conflict: Understanding Emotions and Power Struggles and is continuing to author additional books related to the relationship between concepts of personal power and the interaction of emotion.
Dr. Fisher has had success helping individuals in management positions work through issues of perfectionism and underlying feelings of never feeling that they are living up to expectations. There are many individual and societal factors that contribute to these feelings, and Dr. Fisher is very adept at helping individuals to look at their lives from a different perspective to understand the nature of their underlying issues.
Dr. Fisher seeks to find a strategic combination of interventions to address each individual's unique issues in their life. Techniques Dr. Fisher employs in his work are Educational Tools and Interaction Analysis, Cognitive-Behavioral techniques, Play Therapy, Visual Imagery, and innovative approaches to Hypnotherapy.
Dr. Fisher is currently a referral source for Dr. Brian Weiss, an internationally known psychiatrist and published author in past-life regression. You may reach Dr. Weiss' Web Page through this address: http://www.Brianweiss.com/. Dr. Fisher has acquired extensive experience in the area of spiritual psychology and regression hypnotherapy.
Dr. Fisher's success with clients in his
practice has resulted in clients traveling from around the southeastern