We are a group of caring people, dedicated to helping heal the mind, body, and spirit of hurting people.
The Fraser Center staff is a team of multi-disciplinary mental health professionals and educators who offer complete and confidential counseling, psychotherapy, and educational services in mental health, substance abuse, and marital and family areas.
The staff includes Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Licensed Professional Counselors, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, Pastoral Counselors, and Psychiatrists. This variety of specialists allows staff to address many diverse needs of individuals, couples, children, and families.
Please contact us and let us know how we can serve you!
Staff Qualifications: All counselors and therapists at the Fraser Center have completed a minimum of a master's degree level of education in counseling, social work, or marriage and family therapy. They have had coursework on human behavior and development, effective counseling strategies, ethical practice and other core knowledge subjects. All are licensed by a state board and some have national certifications as well. Licensure or certification (after earning a Masters Degree) requires one to three years of supervised experience, passage of an examination and continuing education on an annual basis. All counselors and therapists adhere to a code of ethics that protects the privacy of the counseling relationship, prohibits discrimination, and requires respect for all cultural backgrounds. In addition, the licensed professionals are required to place the needs and welfare of clients before all others in their practice.
Important decisions at the Fraser Center are made by a Board of Directors. The Board consists of the following members:
Babs Holtzman, Vice President
James Rogers, Treasurer
Donna Ploth, Secretary