Emily Fisken, B.A.

Exempt from Licensure Requirements due to specific area of Practice

Mindfulness / Deep Imagery / LGBTQ

Practice location:

Phone: 971-251-0222
Email: efisken@gmail.com

Are you searching for more meaning in life? Do you want to change your life direction but are unsure which way to turn? Do you feel like you are running on a hamster wheel and can’t slow down or never have enough time for everything in life? Are you feeling anxious or frustrated? Are you struggling with loss, sadness, or life stress? Deep imagery could be for you.

What is deep imagery? Deep imagery is a tool where the imagination is used to accomplish goals that the cognitive brain alone cannot. In our sessions, your imagination will be encouraged with facilitated guidance. We will determine together the specific approach based on your life experience and your goals.

Clients who practice deep imagination experience more fulfillment in each moment in life. They feel more connected to their body, mind, and spirit. Life begins to have more meaning. Clients can be guided by their own imagination to make positive life changes in big and small ways.

I offer a safe comfortable environment where you can discuss your troubles and stresses as well as your goals. We will work together to move past your blocks, calm your fears and focus on finding your true self. You can schedule a no-cost initial consultation by e- mailing me at efisken@gmail.com or by calling my phone at 971-251- 0222.

I have trained with Animas Valley Institute in the facilitation of deep imagery. Additionally, I have received training in Hakomi Mindful Somatic Therapy with Mindful Experiential Therapy Approaches (M.E.T.A.) and the Hakomi Institute of Oregon. I am a Counseling Psychology student at Lewis and Clark Graduate School. I am currently practicing as a facilitator of deep imagery ~ operating under ORS675.825(4)(a), which allows alternative practitioners and counselors to practice legally in Oregon without a license.

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