Sherryl Richier

Sherryl Richier [LPC, LPCS, NBCC] has worked as a counselor for 34 years, with 25 years of involvement with FCS. She specializes in clinical supervision, trauma, addiction, women’s issues, individual and family therapy. Sherryl’s work integrates logotherapy, Buddhist principles and Bowenian systems theory and is informed by the writings of Viktor Frankl and Mark Epstein.

Originally from New Orleans, Louisiana, Sherryl now lives in Watkinsville and is married with one adult child. When not at work, she enjoys cooking, gardening and traveling.

Favorite movie: Ordinary People

Favorite books: Man’s Search for Meaning – Victor Frankl and If you Meet the Buddha on the Road, Kill Him – Sheldon Kopp