"The brain is wider than the sky." - Emily Dickinson
Dr. Jim Fuller

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Ph.D., LCSW

VITA

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Arts in English and Oral Communication
Baylor University - Waco, Texas - 1968
Master of Arts in Oral Communication
Baylor University - Waco, Texas - 1969
Master of Science in Clinical Social Work
University of Texas - Austin, Texas - 1979
Doctor of Philosophy in Social Work (Emphasis on Research with Families)
Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University
Richmond, Virginia - 1988


UNIVERSITY TEACHING EXPERIENCE

New York University - Bronx, NY (1969-1970)
Instructor and Director of Forensics, Department of Speech and Theatre.
Academic Courses Taught: Argumentation and Debate, Small Group Communication, Public Speaking
Additional Academic Responsibilities: Recruiting and training students
for the Forensics Program. Administering the Forensics Program budget.
Planning and supervising student travel to various Universities in the
United States and Canada.

Wesleyan University - Middletown, CT (1971-1978)
Lecturer - Director of Debate, Public Affairs Center.
Academic Courses Taught: Interpersonal Communication, Small Group Communication, Public Speaking, Argumentation and Debate
Additional Academic Responsibilities: Recruiting and training students
for the Debate Program. Administering the Debate Program budget.
Presenting the Speech and Debate Program for review before the Educational Planning Committee. Supervising student travel to various
Universities in the United States and Canada.

Virginia Commonwealth University - Richmond, VA (1987-1988)
Adjunct Faculty - Graduate School of Social Work
Master's Level Courses Taught: Individual, Family, and Group Practice

University of Richmond - Richmond, VA (1990 to 2006)
Adjunct Assistant Professor - Speech and Theater Department
Academic Courses Taught: Interpersonal Communication,
Gendered-Relationships and Communication, Communication and
the Family.
Adjunct Assistant Professor - Department of Continuing Studies (Adults)
(1991 to present). Bachelor, Associate, and Certificate Programs.
Academic Courses Taught: The Contemporary Family, Intercultural Communication, Gendered-Relationships and Communication, Interpersonal
Communication.


Clinical Work

Dr.Fuller practices psychotherapy full-time as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. His private practice focuses on eating disorders, couples and family issues, post-traumatic stress disorder, and issues related to anxiety and depression. He has been practicing individual and group psychotherapy for the past 20 years. His practice utilizes diverse methodologies, including hypnosis and hypnotherapy, in-depth psychodynamic psychotherapy, and cognitive and behavioral therapies.