Evan Fisher is a licensed marriage and family therapist and is completing a Ph.D. in Clinical Depth Psychology. For the past several years he has been a therapist at Beit T’Shuvah, an inpatient and outpatient addiction rehabilitation center in Los Angeles where he has treated people suffering from various addictions, including drugs and alcohol, gambling, sex, and food.
He currently has a private practice in Santa Monica where he counsels people suffering from all manner of emotional and characterological distresses, including:
- Anxiety and stress
- Depression and low self-esteem
- Anger and rage
- Fears and phobias
- Addiction issues
- Obsessive-compulsive behaviors
- Spiritual crisis
- Personal crisis
- Emotional distress from physical illness
- Major life transition issues (lifestyle, career, aging)
- Interpersonal/relationship problems
- Marriage counseling
- Family counseling
Evan specializes in helping individuals and families in emotional and existential crisis bring balance and contentment back to their lives. He uses various techniques derived from depth psychology, cognitive behavior therapy, object relations theory, and Eastern psychology practices, and he takes a special interest in the “spiritual maladies” that appear in a person’s everyday experiences. Evan has studied various spiritual disciplines including Advaita Vedanta, Buddhism, Jewish mysticism, Yoga, and The Twelve Steps, and has had a personal meditation practice for 10 years.