Fletcher Harcrow is a currently pursuing a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at St. Bonaventure University. Previously employed as a Registered Alcohol and Drug Technician (RADT-II), Fletcher possesses clinical experience in group intervention, treatment planning, and diagnostic processes. His training in family dynamics, social impact, and diversity throughout his time with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Florida, steered him to further pursue a career dedicated to psychological wellness.
Fletcher is passionate about promoting healthy relationships of all kinds as he works to provide a safe space for individuals, couples, and families to engage and shape perceived wants and needs. He is enthusiastic about helping others explore their story and the impact of previous and current relationships, and is uniquely equipped to assist clients in the process of healing and in areas of internal/relational distress. Fletcher’s therapeutic perspective has been shaped by various psychodynamic theories, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), group counseling, mindfulness, and the Spiritual Root System. Fletcher’s concentrations include anxiety, depression, addiction, spirituality issues/concerns, shame, and self-worth.