Counselor Trainee, CT. Supervised by Rhonda Johnston, LPPC-S.
Bachelor's degree in Neuroscience (University of Melbourne) and Masters and Doctorate in Theology (University of Oxford). Currently studying for a Master of Education in Counseling and Human Development at Lindsey Wilson College.
Mr. Fuller has worked with a range of people and communities in pastoral and support roles, and has extensive personal experience with psychotherapy. He has wide experience in different countries, having been born in the UK, raised in Australia, and having lived in Germany and East Timor, where he worked in an orphanage. He has an academic background in theology, and has experience in the business world, having worked at Boston Consulting Group in New York. He is passionate about helping people discover their direction in life, learn more about themselves and the underlying dynamics of their personality, and gain the insight and wisdom needed to live well, despite the difficulties and challenges of life.
I believe therapy is for everyone, whatever stage we are at in life and whatever struggles, challenges, or questions we are facing. Therapy or counseling is about taking time to reflect on and explore your own life and your own self. By getting curious about what is going on inside you, the patterns of thinking and feeling that shape your life, you can learn to be a little kinder towards yourself, to develop more fulfilling relationships, and cope better with trauma and sorrows you may have faced. I offer therapy that begins where you would like to begin: with a problem you are facing, small or big things that have been on your mind, or anything you want to discuss. The goal is to help you gain more insight so you can solve the problems you face, or live with them more wisely. I aim to be someone who can help in your personal growth and development.