Rebecca Fisher, PsyD, LPC
Rebecca Fisher, PsyD, LPC is a licensed Clinical Psychologist and licensed Professional Counselor. She has over 10 years of clinical experience in a wide variety of setting, including community mental health centers, university counseling centers, neurorehabs, and private practices. She earned her first Master’s in Clinical Counseling at Cairn University. She then earned her second Master’s degree and a Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at Chestnut Hill College with a concentration in Assessment. Rebecca completed her pre-doctoral internship at Beechwood Neurorehab where she conducted neuropsychological assessments and clinically treated individuals with traumatic or acquired brain injury. She completed her postdoctoral residency at Growth Opportunity Center where she conducted psychotherapy as well as neuropsychological and psychoeducational evaluations.
Her expertise and ultimate passion are neuropsychological and psychoeducational evaluations coupled with trauma assessment and treatment across the life span. Her clinical specialties also include Anxiety disorders (i.e. Panic Disorder or OCD), ADHD, Depression, grief and loss, medical issues (i.e. chronic pain, autonomic disorders, chronic diseases, etc), and traumatic brain injuries.
Rebecca utilizes an integrative and evidence-based approach in treatment and evaluations by pulling from the fields of cognitive behavior therapy, psychodynamic therapy, systemic therapy, and interpersonal therapy. She works from a trauma informed and multicultural framework to help understand how experiences and diversity characteristics influence an individual’s functioning. She believes that knowledge is power and teaches her clients about many psychological topics such as brain and behavior connections, resilience, trauma reactions, adaptive behaviors, coping strategies, self-regulation interventions, and thought-emotion cycles.