Asher Burk, Graduate Level Intern & Therapist

Asher Burk is dedicated to becoming a licensed counselor with a profound commitment to fostering healing and empowerment. Asher draws from a background in humanistic, person-centered counseling theory and social justice. Asher has over 14 years of experience working with trauma survivors as an advocate for women experiencing domestic violence. 

Asher specializes in grief counseling, working with older adults, and supporting trauma survivors. With a compassionate and client-centered approach, Asher strives to create a safe space for individuals to explore their experiences, find meaning, and embark on a journey toward resilience and self-discovery. 

Asher is a second year Clinical Mental Health Counseling Masters student at Agnes Scott College. He is working under the clinical supervision of Gretchen Rees, LCSW.