About Amy Fuller
Dr. Amy Fuller has been on the board of trustees for Austin Graduate School of Theology since 2012.
Amy lives in Southwest Houston with her husband and two children. Originally from Lubbock and Abilene, Amy (Berry) Fuller graduated from Abilene Christian University with a degree in Theatre Arts in 1995. After spending time working as a Children’s Minister in Fort Worth, she completed the requirements for a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Abilene Christian University. Re-entering ministry, she worked for several years with youth, children and families in church settings before pursuing clinical experience with Child Protective Services, a home-based therapy agency and in psychiatric assessment at Methodist Hospital. Subsequently, she moved into private practice with her father-in-law, Clifton Fuller, in San Antonio while simultaneously completing her doctorate degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at St. Mary’s University in 2006. After her husband, David Fuller, completed his M.D. and Ph.D at the University of Texas San Antonio, the family moved to Houston in 2011 where he now serves as faculty at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Radiation Oncology.
Dr. Amy Fuller has a private practice in Houston where she specializes in marriage and sex therapy, treating trauma and healing depression and anxiety. She utilizes many unique techniques such as hypnosis, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), mindfulness and self-compassion in her practice. In addition to providing therapy services in private practice, Dr. Fuller serves as the co-founder and volunteer clinical director of the Fuller Life Family Therapy Institute offering affordable marriage and family therapy services and training opportunities for developing marriage and family therapists in the Houston Area.
Dr. Amy Fuller has a passion for helping others heal and grow emotionally, spiritually and relationally with others and into a deeper connection with the presence of God. One avenue for the expression of this passion is guided meditative prayer, available online at http://www.christianmeditativeprayer.org/, a direct result of her own experiences in spiritual direction. Additionally, Amy enjoys speaking at retreats and workshops creatively blending a passion for Jesus Christ with her professional insight to deliver thought-provoking and empowering messages of growth, hope, and transcendence.
Amy and Dave worship at the Southwest Central Church of Christ in Houston where Amy is active in the Children’s Ministry and Dave serves on a monthly Preaching rotation. Amy enjoys staying active doing yoga, triathlons, coaching her kids basketball teams, and an annual 20 mile walk for child abuse. She relaxes by reading, traveling, doing theatre, blogging (www.momfulness.org), scooping, spending time with her kids and dating her husband.