Fraser Vaselakos & Associates


Teri Fewkes, LCPC, MASC, CADC

Ms. Fewkes is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who earned Dual Master Degrees in Counseling and School Counseling from Olivet Nazarene University. She has significance experience working with the difficulties children and adolescents may be experiencing in their age-appropriate developmental stages coupled with school pressures. Ms. Fewkes understands the concerns of the educators working with the children and adolescents. She is able to develop treatment plans addressing healthier coping styles for children and adolescents resulting in successful completion of age-appropriate stages in their lives.

 Ms. Fewkes Drug and Alcohol Counseling Certification from the College of DuPage and her experience in this field enhances her therapeutic work with patients whose addiction(s) have compromised their mental and physical health and daily successes in life.

Additionally, Ms. Fewkes is a Certified Domestic Violence Counselor. These specialties enhance her work with women and children in relationships detrimental to their physical and emotional health. She understands trauma and how trauma may impact a patient’s health and success in life. As a Certified Domestic Violence Counselor she understands how important therapy is for survivors and she understands how the systems protecting victims can be utilized and how these systems may provide support for each person in the family.

Ms. Fewkes, a seasoned clinician with a broad base of experience, is a mother of three adult children and brings both her own experiences and her clinical knowledge to her work. She is especially committed to providing individuals and families emotional support and alternative solutions to life’s problems. She works collaboratively with patients respecting their needs and input and is open to providing information and techniques to reduce and resolve presenting issues.

Ms. Fewkes specializes in the following:
• Children
• Adolescents
• Impulse Control and Behavior Disorders in Children
• Eating Disorders in Adolescents and Young Adults
• Marital and Family Counseling
• Depression
• Anxiety
• Substance Related Addictive Disorders
• Trauma and Stress Related Issues