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Race and Healing

Expanding the Conversation

Gail Parker, S. Kent Butler, Amber Flynn, Deran Young, Lambers Fisher, Monnica Williams, Zachary Taylor • 8/26/2020

Now, more than ever, we’re engaged as a society in finding ways to have a truly meaningful dialogue about race and racism. But how do we translate good intentions into practice? In this discussion, six clinicians of color speak candidly with a white therapist about what actually helps heal race-based stress and trauma, rather than just pay it lip service.

Magazine Article
Individualized Strategies to Build Rapport & Cultural Competency
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8/20/2020
Authors:
LESLIE KORN, PH.D., MPH, LMHC, ACS, RPP, NTP, NCBTMB
 
LAMBERS FISHER, MS, LMFT, MDIV
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CRS001277
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$249.98 USD     $199.99
Powerful Strategies to Advance Client Rapport & Cultural Competence
Copyright:
7/17/2020
Author:
LAMBERS FISHER, MS, LMFT, MDIV
Product:
POS048760
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$219.99 USD

Case Study

Crossing Cultures: The Surprising Complexity of Countertransference

Anatasia Kim, Lambers Fisher • 6/30/2020

A shared cultural understanding can be a powerful asset in therapy, adding a familiarity and depth to the exploration of countertransference.

Magazine Article

A Therapist’s Response to Social Injustices

A Call to See, Feel, Act

Lambers Fisher • 6/19/2020

More than ever, therapists can use their role as helping professionals to contribute to positive change in their communities. Here are three important ways we can all meet this challenge.

Daily Blog
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Individualized Strategies to Build Rapport & Cultural Competency
Copyright:
8/20/2020
Authors:
LESLIE KORN, PH.D., MPH, LMHC, ACS, RPP, NTP, NCBTMB
 
LAMBERS FISHER, MS, LMFT, MDIV
Product:
CRS001277
Type:
$249.98 USD     $199.99
Powerful Strategies to Advance Client Rapport & Cultural Competence
Copyright:
7/17/2020
Author:
LAMBERS FISHER, MS, LMFT, MDIV
Product:
POS048760
Type:
$219.99 USD
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A Therapist’s Response to Social Injustices

A Call to See, Feel, Act

Lambers Fisher • 6/19/2020

More than ever, therapists can use their role as helping professionals to contribute to positive change in their communities. Here are three important ways we can all meet this challenge.

Daily Blog
Page 1 of 1

Race and Healing

Expanding the Conversation

Gail Parker, S. Kent Butler, Amber Flynn, Deran Young, Lambers Fisher, Monnica Williams, Zachary Taylor • 8/26/2020

Now, more than ever, we’re engaged as a society in finding ways to have a truly meaningful dialogue about race and racism. But how do we translate good intentions into practice? In this discussion, six clinicians of color speak candidly with a white therapist about what actually helps heal race-based stress and trauma, rather than just pay it lip service.

Magazine Article

Case Study

Crossing Cultures: The Surprising Complexity of Countertransference

Anatasia Kim, Lambers Fisher • 6/30/2020

A shared cultural understanding can be a powerful asset in therapy, adding a familiarity and depth to the exploration of countertransference.

Magazine Article
Page 1 of 1 (2 Items)
Lambers Fisher, MS, LMFT, MDIV, is a marriage and family therapist who has counseled individuals, couples, and families from a variety of cultural backgrounds, in private practice, non-profit organization, as well as ministry environments. He has a strong desire to help counseling professionals in various fields feel more comfortable, competent and confident in their ability to meet the needs of whomever they have the opportunity to serve. Lambers’ training experience includes facilitating workshops, guest lecturing, as well as being an adjunct instructor at Crown College on various aspects of diversity in counseling. Lambers supervises aspiring therapists as a board-approved supervisor for the Minnesota Board of Marriage & Family Therapists as well as the Minnesota Board of Behavioral Health.

Currently, Lambers is a therapist in private practice where he effectively balances personal and professional experiences to provide unique and practical perspectives on a variety of culturally sensitive topics. He obtained a Master of Science in Marriage & Family Therapy as well as a Master of Divinity from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA.