Queer Healers
    • Chronic Illness ·
    • Non-binary ·
    • Parent

    Asher Pandjiris LICSW/LCSW/MA

    Of Living in this Queer Body
    • Massachusetts, United States


    • Coaching

    About Asher Pandjiris

    I am a psychotherapist, consultant, group facilitator, podcaster and Co-Director of the Kintsugi Therapist Collective. I offer virtual groups and one on one coaching sessions in addition to hosting the Living in this Queer Body podcast. I come from a relational psychotherapy, trauma-informed, disability justice and HAES perspective with the ultimate goal of collective liberation in mind, always. I am committed to interrogating my own internalized white supremacy and ableism and aim to work with others who are similarly aligned.


    • White
    • Trauma Survivor
    • Chronic Illness
    • Sober / In Recovery
    • Living with PTSD / CPTSD
    • Non-binary
    • Gender Non-conforming
    • 40+
    • Parent
    • Queer
    • Sex Positive
    • Buddhist
    • Witch

    Active & Applicable Accreditations

    I am registered as a clinical social worker in NY and MA. I am the Co-Director of the Kintsugi Therapist Collective: A community for therapists dedicated to building embodied and liberatory practices of care. I have a certificate from the Stephen Mitchell School for Relational Psychoanalysis. I am a member of the The Association for Size Diversity and Health (ASDAH), an organization that is committed to the practice of Health at Every Size® (HAES®) principles.

    Country of Origin

    United States

    Languages Spoken


    Business Name

    Of Living in this Queer Body



    • BC

      Bridget C

      Asher was among the very first practitioners listed on Queer Healers! I've enjoyed connecting with them remotely, and have been thrilled to see their practice evolving since they joined us in 2020.

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    • Coaching- 60 minutes


      I hope to provide a safe space for people to excavate their interior and surprise themselves. In many ways, (and this is my way of working with my Catholic origin story), sessions with me are like a REPARATIVE CONFESSIONAL, where questions are asked, possibilities are pondered and folks often end up spilling the tea (on themselves) and answering their own questions with my support. I enjoy working with: repressed creatives. career crossroads questioners, newer parents, care workers and curious people who are on the threshold of a shift in life roles.