Pamela R. Fuller, PhD

Languages

  • English

Academic Information

  • Departments: Psychiatry - Adjunct Assistant Professor
  • Divisions: Child Psychiatry

Academic Bio

Dr. Fuller received her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the University of Florida. She is a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice through Frontier Psychological Associates in Evanston, Wyoming. She has worked across the continuum of care with young children through adults and specializes in trauma treatment, psychotherapy for psychotic disorders, child and adolescent issues, and crisis intervention services. Dr. Fuller is a certified instructor for several suicide and crisis intervention intensive training courses through the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation and former co-leader for the Western Wyoming region of the Child Trauma Treatment Network. She has presented nationally and internationally on a variety of topics, particularly related to trauma treatment, crisis intervention, and phase-specific treatment of psychotic disorders. Her book, Surviving, Existing, or Living: Phase-specific therapy for severe psychosis is available in both English and Spanish.

Education History

Type School Degree
Internship SUNY-Health Sciences Center
Clinical Psychology
Intern
Doctoral Training University of Florida
Clinical Psychology
Ph.D.
Undergraduate University of Puget Sound
Psychology/Pre-medicine
B.S.

Selected Publications

Journal Article

  1. Fuller, P R (2013). Matching clients to group therapies based on psychological readiness. J Psychosoc Nurs Ment Health Serv, 51(5), 22-27.
  2. Fuller, P R (2010). Applications of trauma treatment for Schizophrenia. J Aggress Maltreat Trauma, 19(4), 450-463.
  3. Leermakers, E A, Perri, MG, Shigaki, CL, amp Fuller, PR (1999). Effects of exercise-focused versus weight-focused maintenance programs on the management of obesity. Addict Behav, 24(2), 219-227.
  4. Fuller, PR, Perri, MG, Leermakers, E A, amp Guyer, LK (1998). Effects of a personalized system of skill acquisition in the behavioral treatment of obesity. Addict Behav, 23, 97-100.
  5. Perri, MG, amp Fuller, PR (1995). Success and failure in the treatment of obesity: Where do we go from here? Medicine, Exercise, Nutrition and Health, 4, 255-272.

Book

  1. Fuller, P R (2015). Sobrevivir, existir, vivir: la terapia en cada fase de la psicosis grave. Herder: Barcelona..
  2. Fuller, P R (2013). Surviving, existing, or living: phase-specific therapy for severe psychosis. Routledge: London..

Abstract

  1. Fuller, P R (2009). Surviving, existing, and living: Phase-specific psychotherapy for schizophrenia. Abstracts of the 16th ISPS International Congress 16-19 June 2009, Copenhagen, Denmark [Abstract]. Psychosis: Psychological, Social, and Integrative Approaches, 1(S1), S25.