CH Fuller Associates Counseling

CH Fuller Associates Counseling

1 employee
38 years in business

About this pro

I am an experienced counseling, helping clients address complex issues quickly so they are able to move forward.  Today could be the beginning of a more fulfilling life, and one in which you recognize your strengths, even if you aren't feeling that strong right now. Challenging circumstances occur in life which leave us confused, feeling ill-equipped to deal with a particular situation or without direction.  Whether you’re experiencing a major crisis or seek a life that is more fulfilling, I’m here to help. My goal in my counseling and therapy practice is to work with my clients to help them discover personal strengths and focused direction which allows them to experience a life with positive purpose, increased hope and contentment.

We can’t undo what has happened in the past, but we can take steps to positively change relationships and gain insights for today and the future.  Along the way, we’ll work together to uncover and address negative messages which may be undermining your progress.  Whether it’s individual, couple or family counseling, I look forward to working with you to help you achieve your goals.  Please contact me to begin this journey today.


  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker
  • Licensed Professional Counselor
  • Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist  
  • Approved Supervisor for LMFT's, LPC's, LCSW's 

Clifton Fuller has extensive experience as a family, marriage and individual therapist (38+ years), as well as experience in in-patient (hospital) settings. He is unique as he is licensed in three different areas (Marriage & Family Therapy, Professional Counselor, Clinical Social Worker), bringing expertise from these three very different fields of thought. His educational background and expertise provide a skilled perspective to assist clients to quickly identify and address complex issues.   

Clifton Fuller works with children, adolescents, adults, as well as medical, business, church & professional groups.  

  • Private Practice since 1984.
  • Business & Executives Life Coach.
  • Work with professionals or businesses 'stuck', discouraged or unmotivated in work environment or career.
  • Referral source for physicians wanting assistance with pain management, anxiety or trauma recovery for their patients.
  • Assists clients making transitions from one career field to another (such as teachers, military, government or business) 
  • Psychotherapist for In-patient Psychiatric Hospital Programs Christian Psychiatric Program.
  • Consultant for attorneys regarding personality disorder patterns, custody issues and communication.

Mr. Fuller is also the author of the book, "The Marriage Vampire", which addresses the complex relationships involved with a Narcissistic personality.

Program Director:

  • In-patient Psychiatric Hospital Programs included: Adolescent Drug & Alcohol Program, Adult Drug & Alcohol Program, Codependency Program, Adult Psychiatric Program, Adolescent Psychiatric Program, Crisis Management  


  • Family Services Program
  • Christian In-Patient Psychiatric Program  
  • Contract Therapist for work hardening program (individual & group counseling for those reentering work force)
  • Executive Director: Licensed Facility: Emotionally Disturbed Children and Adolescents (ages 5-18)  
  • Administrative Director: State Facility for Mentally Impaired Adults & Children  
  • Public speaker regarding mental health and family issues 


  • School Districts ARD's, Educational needs, Crisis Management, Bereavement Issues (students or teachers), In-Service Training, and Teacher Burn-Out Prevention
  • Business: Employee Communication & Retention, Employer-Employee Mediation, Stress in Workplace, Harassment, Crisis Management
  • Churches: Mental Health Issues of members by Ministers & Staff, when to address issues by staff, when to refer to mental health professionals, resources available.

Types of Psychotherapy:
•Behavior Therapy •Cognitive Therapy  •Interpersonal Therapy •Psychodynamic Therapy •Brief Therapy  •Systems Therapy


  • Individual Therapy
  • Couples Counseling
  • Marriage Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Pre-Marital Counseling
  • Counseling for Children, Adolescents, and Adults
  • Self-Esteem Issues
  • Positive Life Issues
  • Anger Management
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Building Stronger Families
  • Anxiety-Stress-Phobias
  • Fear Issues: "White Coat" Medical or Dental care issues, Flying, Public Speaking, Travel, Agoraphobia, School, etc.
  • Bereavement & Grief
  • Guilt-Forgiveness-Loss Issues
  • Depression
  • Couple Communication
  • EMDR (Level I & II)
  • PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress)
  • Trauma
  • Pain Management
  • Court Ordered Therapy
  • Divorce & Custody Issues
  • Borderline, Narcissistic, Bipolar, OCD
  • Eating Disorders
  • Sports Counseling (Professional or      Student Athletes)
  • Employee-Employer Issues
  • Business and Work Issues
  • Co-Worker Issues
  • Job Transition or Job Seeking Issues
  • Sexual Abuse Issues
  • Attachment Disorders (RAD)
  • 'Cutting' or self-harm issues
  • School related issues
  • College Students
  • Addictive & Compulsive Behaviors (Drug, Alcohol, Internet, Pornography, Shopping, Behavioral) 
  • Hypnosis

Certifications, Licensures and Specialties:

  • Certified Level I & Level II EMDR
  • Approved Supervisor:
    Texas State Board LPC's (Licensed Professional Counselors)
  • Approved Supervisor:
    Texas State Board of LCSWs (Licensed Clinical Social Workers)
  • Approved Supervisor:
    Texas State Board Licensed MFTs  (Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists)
  • Certified Building Family Strengths Trainer:
    One of original 51 nationally selected and certified through University of Nebraska research grant funded by U.S. Department of Health.
  • Certified Anger Resolution Therapist
  • Certified Sports Counselor
  • Provide expert witness testimony in Court cases
  • Counselor for athletes and sport professionals 
  • Provide counseling for churches regarding staff or member mental health issues
  • Provide consultations for business owners regarding employee-employer relations and also regarding family owned businesses.

I have great clients, intent on addressing issues and wanting practice and insightful tools to move forward.

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San Antonio, TX 78248
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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

I understand it's difficult to find time for counseling, even in crisis situations. My goal is to help my clients address issues as quickly as possible, so they are able to live happier, more productive lives. 

We ask all clients to register online, on our HIPAA-compliant website at  This allows opportunity for them to share information which I review prior to the initial session.  This means the initial session is an actual working counseling session (not just a 'get-to-know-you' session).  When you come to the first session, I know exactly what issues you are trying to address, and we begin on those issues immediately.

I teach my clients to see and understand the 'process' of what is really happening in their lives, the 'triggers' that set off emotions (& help identify why), and obtain control and assurance in dealing with issues in the future. 

My fee is $180 per hour (can be an individual, couple or family, fee is by hour, not per person).

We provide an invoice to clients and encourage them to file insurance, however, we do not file insurance, nor are in-network with any insurance plans any longer. (If a therapist is in-network, they are contracted to the insurance carrier, and if the carrier wants info on the client, even if the client doesn't want that info released, the provider must provide insurance requested info or notes. Out-of-network providers, however, can provide reports that clients feel comfortable with info being shared, as the provider is not legally contracted with the insurance carrier. Being out-of-network allows greater confidentiality and control of mental health information by the client).

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Licensed in 3 areas: Marriage & Family Therapy, as a Professional Counseling, as a Social worker.  I come from three schools of thought to provide a fuller look at complex situations clients may present.