Heidi is a retired psychologist and mother of four. She lives in Vermont with her husband, a feisty border terrier, and a stow-away cat. She occasionally sees her busy teenagers who are rapidly becoming twenty-somethings.
K Heidi Fishman’s first novel, Tutti’s Promise , was published by MBPublishing in April 2017. Heidi won the 2015 Joseph Zola Memorial Holocaust Educator Award from The Maurice Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies of the University of Hartford for the book proposal. She hopes to see Tutti’s Promise used in middle schools to teach Holocaust Studies in the near future.
Ed.D. – Counseling Psychology, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI
M.A. – Counseling in Clinical Mental Health Settings, Western Michigan University
B.A. – Psychology, Williams College, Williamstown, MA
Private practice psychologist specializing in eating disorder treatment, Lebanon, NH
Dartmouth College Health Center Staff Psychologist, Hanover, NH
“Condo of Failing Appliances or Happily Ever After into the Setting Sun” in Marta Knobloch and Kip Piper’s 2016 anthology Necessity is a Mother.
Heidi’s doctoral dissertation from 1992: Exploring the Self-in-Relation Theory: Women’s Idealized Relationships-of-Choice and Psychological Health
HEIDI’S NEXT PROJECT
Scraps of Hope — This is still only a twinkle in my eye, but I hope to write the nonfiction story of the metal Jews in Westerbork.