115 Learning Ln
Farmington, Maine
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Contact Information About CHERYL B. FISHER, LCPC

CHERYL B. FISHER has an office in Farmington, Maine and provides counseling and/or therapy for their clientele. CHERYL B. FISHER is listed as a LCPC, but may provide additional support.

For detailed questions about CHERYL B. FISHER’s therapy practice, you should contact their Farmington offices at 2077789515.

CHERYL B. FISHER is local to the 04938-7039 area.

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  1. Cheryl Fisher first began seeing my step son in the Farmington school setting, as was suggested by his teachers. My husband supported the idea of his son seeing a counselor in school after he and his sisters move to Maine with their mother two years ago.
    However, my husband had and has been working with the court to ensure both of his kids have a counselor outside the school system in Maine, because the children’s maternal grandmother works for the school, and my stepdaughter had said this created a discomfort when she had to speak to the current school counselor about anything personal beyond school. Beyond that, my step-daughter was never seen on a regular basis, and because of many issues at home and with her mother and father, she desired someone to talk to.
    So, since last fall (of 2014) my husband has tried to get a counselor for the kids, and his request was that it be someone outside the school system. My husband had actually put it in the custody order before the kids move in the summer of 2013 that the kids be put into counseling, however his ex- wife had never obliged they part of the order. (Hence why he is involved in an ever changing and long legal process. Unfortunately to date, my husband and his ex-wife’s family court process has stalled.
    This past summer after yet another court hearing, my husbands ex-wife put both kids into counseling with Cheryl Fisher as what we assumed was suggested by her attorney. My husband did not consent to this, and though they share joint legal and physical custody, Cheryl did not ask for my husbands consent though she was in contact with my husband and my husband had MULTIPLE times expressed his discomfort with a school counselor being the kids overall counselor because of the relationship with his ex-wife’s mother and the ethical and confidentiality concerns.
    Originally, Cheryl seemed to oblige my husband to a degree. She admitted that there were things she heard from the kids which were issues we had stemming from the emotional abuse in their home. However, when my husband requested documentation of this Cheryl would only admit these behaviors or concerns we have for the kids telephonically when speaking to my husband. What she documents to him is actually the opposite, she actually refuses to even acknowledge the concerns she’s brought up in the summer. She also does not adequately update my husband in the same form or fashion she does with my husbands ex-wife, which is frustrating since my husband was the parent who had desired counseling at all. My husband has told Cheryl since late summer he is not comfortable with her as the counselor, (beyond that he had informed her of his daughters discomfort with the idea before Cheryl was ever the counselor at all) Two weeks ago she chose to cancel her appointments with the kids after my husband had once again addressed the issue with her lack of sincerity of honesty with what she chooses to document, and his issues with potential confidentiality. A week later she decided to see the kids again, stating that her clinical director told her it would be client abandonment. When my husband asked for the contact information of her clinical director, Cheryl refused to give that information and also said she didn’t have an “actual” clinical director- just someone who could “counsel a counselor.” She told my husband she was willing to work with him to transition the kids to see another therapist, stating this was an uncomfortable situation she didn’t want to be in- however she now refuses to respond to emails, which my husband prefers over phone calls since her phone calls have proven to be so vastly different then what she states in email. She also refuses to address abusive situations that the kids have been put into with their care takers there, making it impossible to trust that she is actually looking out for their best interest. (Most of these issues are either evident via the court process or the care taker admitting it, or Cheryl herself admitted to hearing about in some form but refused to document.)
    Cheryl is acting unethically, and not in accordance to joint legal custody. There is nothing about her that I would recommend, and my husband and I intend to contact the state board about her licensing and also to formally complain. Do not send your children to her, especially in a careful divorce situation. She obviously takes sides and preferences, and she is dishonest in her documentation.

  2. My 15 year old daughter has been seeing Cheryl for over a year, and she has been incredibly accommodating and professional. She is thoughtful, compassionate and has made an amazing difference in Kelly’s life. I would give her the highest recommendation possible. If you need a therapist, especially for your child, Cheryl is the one to see.

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