Registered psychotherapist, E. Asher Eno, LPC, LMFT, NCC, CYT (legal name: Elizabeth Mary Eno) understands that we all face challenges throughout our lives. We are all impacted by life transitions, our relationships, our families, cultures, communities, racial identities, and environments.
As a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Yoga Teacher, Asher works with all individuals, relationships, and families to assist them in living to their fullest potential both individually and as a working part of interpersonal relationships. Asher has been trained extensively in concerns pertaining to sexuality, gender, gender transitions, communication, connection, and intimacy. Asher understands and thinks it's quite normal for all of us—regardless of sexual attractions or gender—to experience sexuality and/or gender transitions throughout our lives to various degrees.
Asher identifies as a transgender male and uses he/him/his pronouns.
Asher will work with you to understand your goals and find a way to create a supportive environment where you can grow and thrive. Asher truly believes that there are an infinite number of ways for each of us to reach our fullest potential. Learn more about Asher's counseling services for individuals.
Asher has a M.A. Human Sexuality from San Francisco State University and a M.A. Counseling Psychology-Couples and Family from the University of Colorado Denver.
Asher is a licensed professional counselor (LPC) and licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT).
Asher is also a Certified Yoga Teacher with 200hr from Kindness Yoga and the recipient of multiple fellowships, including the National Sexuality Summer Institute.
Asher is currently working on research with the faculty at CU Denver in an effort to educate CITs about gender non-conforming populations.
Asher believes that continuing education and certifications are not only beneficial, but critical to IPC and its patients.
As a passionate learner and someone who cares deeply about the field of counseling psychology, Asher works purposefully to keep up with advancements in the mental health field.