"What we call fate does not come into us from the outside, but emerges from us". -Rainer Maria Rilke, trans. by Stephen Mitchell
What are your greatest challenges today? What is it that you're trying to move beyond? What is it that you believe is really holding you back?
Rev. Frank Fischer has been in the mental health/alcohol /chemical dependency field for the last 16 years. He is a registered alcohol and drug counselor and a non-denominational licensed minister. In addition to the recovery field he has spent 33 years as a producer of stage, concert and television series /movies and film documentaries. Through out his life he has been a student of the world's Spiritual philosophies and religions; believing that Truth and Love are Universal Principles and this credo influences the work he does.
Frank Fischer brings more than 20 years of diverse experience to any workplace, with an emphasis in both television and mental health arena. He began his career in theatre, then television before transitioning into Alcohol and Drug Counseling. His varied background provides a level of maturity and an assortment of unique attributes seldom found in today's work force.
After years in entertainment, Fischer changed career paths. Personal life experiences pulled him toward the drug and alcohol counseling and prevention field, where he felt the need to make a difference. He began his tenure as a Registered Recovery Worker at a prominent Malibu rehab center in 2005. Here, he was a Client Coordinator and Resident Advisor Supervisor, liaising between doctors, clients, and family members. He also played an integral role in developing and delivering client counseling.
Prior to this change of career, as a TV Producer, Fischer supervised various shows and movies (1983-2005) for Lorimar/MGM, including 2 years of "Our House" starring Wilford Brimley and Deidre Hall, and "Eight Is Enough" the first reunion. He also produced a number of MOWs/series for NBC, CBS, ABC, and the USA Network. Some of projects included "Fame," National Lampoon's "American Family," for WB studios and the movie "The Unabomber."