Fraser Davis, Clinical Intern


  • Works with teens, adults, couples, and families.
  • Offers counseling services for navigating stress, depression, anxiety, grief, transitions, parenthood, relationships, marriage, PTSD, ADHD, and other life challenges.
  • Therapeutic approach is integrative and informed by emotion focused therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy with a mindfulness and strengths-based, person-centered, and family system’s perspective.
Fraser Davis


Fraser is a counseling intern informed by a decade long practice, study, and facilitation of mindfulness.  She meets each client exactly where they are and provides the acceptance and safety that enables them to face their challenges, realize their strengths, build their resilience, and live authentically and according to their values.  Through evidence-based interventions, compassion and a deep love of humanity, Fraser is honored to accompany her clients as they develop the capacity and the skills to live their lives with more ease, freedom, and a sense of belonging.

Fraser’s therapeutic approach is integrative and primarily informed by principles of emotion focused therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and family systems theory.  Fraser’s approach is trauma-informed, and she is committed to multicultural competency, growth, and humility and to the importance of understanding the effects of intersectionality.

education & experience

Fraser will receive her M. Ed. in Counselor Education with a concentration in couples and family counseling from VCU in the spring of 2025.  Fraser enjoyed a twenty-five-year career as a landscape architect creating beautiful and healing landscapes for her clients until she was called to serve others through mindfulness, yoga, and mental health counseling.  First earning a teaching certification in mindfulness, then a certification in teaching yoga followed now with her pursuit of a degree in counseling, Fraser is passionate about accompanying, guiding, and holding space for teens, adults, couples, and families as they make their way through life’s challenges.

Married for thirty years and mom to four young adult sons, Fraser has navigated through many personal life transitions including marriage, fertility treatments, adoption, and parenthood. She grew up moving every four years during her childhood and 24 years ago landed in Richmond where she now lives with her husband, teaches mindfulness and yoga, and volunteers in the community.


  • M. Ed Counselor Education student with a concentration in couples and family counseling at Virginia Commonwealth University,
  • Chi Sigma Iota, National Counselor Honor Society member
  • Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification Program graduate, Awareness Training Institute and the Greater Good Science Center, University of California, Berkeley.
  • Certified 200-hour yoga teacher trained at Humble Haven Yoga, Richmond, Virginia
  • MLA, master’s in landscape architecture, the University of Virginia
  • BA English, Magna Cum Laude, Amherst College

Contact & Insurance

  • Phone: 804-673-0100 x 222
  • Email:
  • New Patients: Please contact our therapy referral coordinator via email at
  • Fees: self-pay arrangements only; offers services at a reduced rate; please contact the referral coordinator for more information regarding reduced rates