Liane Fry, LMFT
Liane Fry is a licensed marriage and family therapist with a general practice, as well as a specialty in grief, in particular, Prolonged Grief Disorder. She is passionate about supporting the bereaved who in the wake of a significant other’s death, are struggling with the profound impact that death is making upon their lives. For over 10 years Liane has provided an evidence-based treatment called Prolonged Grief Treatment for those whose grief has become stuck and maladaptive. She has been able to share her knowledge and expertise through professional conference presentations and guest speaking at various universities and colleges. The Association for Death Education and Counseling (ADEC) has awarded Liane with a fellow in thanatology and she is an AAMFT Approved Supervisor with an 18-year history of supervising trainee and associate level therapists.
During nearly 25 years in the mental health field, she has worked with teens, adults, hospice patients, the elderly, couples, and families. Liane is trained in EMDR, level II and in general, views cases from a systemic, postmodern narrative lens. Daily, she is moved and motivated by the profound and powerful resilience that is inherent in each person despite the greatest of pains, the largest of obstacles, and the feelings of hopelessness. With support, treatment, and self-compassion, she believes, we are all able to create a life that is worth living.