January 11, 2022



Fisher College Announces Scholarships for Addictions Counseling


Boston, MA  -  Dr. Peter C. Everett and Anne C. Berlin have established a scholarship fund at Fisher College in Boston, Massachusetts for students interested in pursuing graduate level coursework in addictions counseling.

The Theodore Everett Berlin Scholarship Fund, set up to embody the generous and compassionate spirit of their son, Ted, will provide $6,000 scholarships to selected students.  Scholarships will be based on the following criteria: a desire to help others through addiction counseling, status of academic standing, demonstrated financial need, and with a preference given to students who wish to further pursue a graduate Certificate in Addictions Counseling or Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology with a concentration in Addictions Counseling.

The current opioid crisis as well as their son’s accidental overdose inspired this donation to Fisher College. 

“In the context of the larger opioid crisis, there is a need for substance use disorder counseling that is not being met.  We hope the Theodore Everett Berlin Scholarship will lower the financial barrier for these students to get the training and education they need to be effective counselors,” Dr. Everett said.

Availability of the scholarship funds will be determined by the donors and a Scholarship Review Committee, with the intent to distribute one to three scholarships annually.

For more information about this scholarship, please contact the Office of Advancement and Alumni Engagement at 617-670-4419 or


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