I am a queer psychotherapist, group facilitator, podcaster and creator. I offer virtual groups and one on one sessions in addition to the Living in this Queer Body podcast. I come from a relational psychotherapy, trauma informed perspective with the ultimate goal of collective liberation in mind, always. I specialize in working with folks who struggle with disordered eating.
Eating disorders, Trauma-informed, Gender dysphoria, Queer parenting, Couples.
“Asher is one of the most profound space holders I have ever had the pleasure of working with. When I think about the ways that Asher has supported me to come home to myself and my chronically ill body, I tear up and my heart fills with so much joy and respect and care. They have witnessed me in a way that few people have ever known how to do in this lifetime. Asher is deeply compassionate and incredibly smart. In a group setting, they have a special way of addressing the whole while still acknowledging and listening to the needs of each person. Asher gives informed guidance while considering the complexity of these revolutionary times and has provided me with resources to critically think about the impact of being an intersectional human. I am in heartfelt gratitude for all the time, effort and care Asher has given to the queer community. If you have the opportunity to work with them and feel called – DO IT! It has been a great gift in my life to work with Asher Pandjiris.” – CLW
“My experience of Embodied Testimony with Asher was incredibly nourishing. I felt deeply seen and understood by the group — and found the opportunity to excavate old wounds together so, so profound. Asher created a safe and caring space for reflection, creativity, and patience.” – Client
I am registered as a clinical social worker in NY and MA. I Have a certificate on the Stephen Mitchell School for Relational Psychoanalysis.
Queer Healer team