Zephyr, CPBT, RCST , PE
Committed to helping parents connect
with their children in the NICU.
Support for NICU babies
when family cannot be present.
Trauma integration for infants and
their families after stays in the NICU.
Zephyr is a graduate of Ray Castellino’s Prenatal and Birth Therapy Foundation Training,
a graduate of Anna and John Chitty’s Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Training,
and has spent over 850 hours supporting infants
in the neonatal intensive care unit.
Zephyr holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in civil engineering and
construction management from Stanford University. They have lived five years in Africa –
Libya, Ghana, and Tanzania – and worked thirty-five years in construction, public works,
development, and relief work. Under the nom de plume, Melissa Fischer, Zephyr has
written a work of literary fiction, The Advocacy, an environmental justice novel set in Ghana.
Persons who find their experience to be outside of categories, persons of duality or multiplicity -
concurrent and nonconcurrent, as well as persons of all genders, expressions of gender,
sexual orientations, races, ethnicities, ages, abilities, and spiritual perspectives are welcome.