My name is Kelly Fuller
Please call our office at 909-255-1250 to make a first-time appointment.
We all face things in our lives we find hard and, at times, overwhelming. Maybe you are experiencing physical, emotional, relational, or spiritual difficulties and find it hard to cope. Perhaps hopelessness, grief, loneliness, anger, depression, or anxiety are troubling you; and a sense of powerlessness seems to overcome your heart and mind. You are not alone. It is one of my greatest passions to come alongside you in your journey; and to help bring perspective, peace, and practical skills so you can begin taking steps toward health and happiness every day—to begin restoring your hopes and dreams and reach your greatest potential.
I have been working with individuals and couples just like you for many years. Having worked through my own areas of struggle, I have a unique understanding of emotional, relational, and spiritual pain and possess the patience and gentleness that is so greatly needed and desired during difficult times like these. My work as a drug and alcohol counselor, pastoral and lay counselor, chaplain, and marriage and family counselor, have honed my gifts of compassion and mercy. I am fully committed to creating a sacred space for you to openly share your struggles in a safe and accepting environment where you truly can be seen, heard, known, and encouraged to become who you were created to be; without judgment or criticism—rather with intentional care, concern, and creativity.
I have experience working with individuals, couples, and families, particularly those with grief and loss, addiction, anxiety, depression, self-injurious behavior, struggles in spirituality, trauma, shame, perfectionism, and issues with identity and self-worth.
My heart is to join you in your journey and to help be an agent of hope and healing.
Please contact our office to set up a free 20 minute phone consultation prior to making your first appointment. I look forward to taking this journey with you. Contact me here.
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