Dr. Fuller graduated with a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Mary Washington and a doctorate in counseling psychology from the APA accredited program through the University of North Dakota. She completed her APA accredited clinical internship at the Topeka Veterans Affairs Medical Center. She then completed her first postdoctoral fellowship at Truman Medical Centers and a second post-doctoral fellowship in neuropsychology at DR Associates of North Texas.
Dr. Fuller has had a variety of experiences serving clients in the following settings: college counseling centers, private practice, VA hospitals, medical centers, a mediation clinic, acute rehabilitation hospitals, and skilled nursing facilities. She has extensive experience working with older adults, anxiety, chronic pain, relationship difficulties, depression, and trauma. Her theoretical orientation is based on a holistic approach that integrates aspects of cognitive behavioral, person-centered, and solution-focused therapy. She also offers neuropsychological testing for a comprehensive range of conditions including neurocognitive disorders, ADHD, head injury, and other neurological disorders.
Personally, Dr. Fuller enjoys running and outdoor activities such as hiking and fishing with her husband. She is actively involved in her church, serving in a ministry for those with chronic illness.