More About Cheryl Fuller

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My CV:

Academic Background:

Ph.D.,  Psychology: Jungian Studies, Union Institute and University, Cincinnati, OH

      ⁃ Dissertation:  A Woman Scorned: Medea and Betrayal                                  

M.A., Clinical Psychology, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

      ⁃ Thesis: The Willimantic Project:  An Infant Development Program

B.A., Psychology, Duke University, Durham, NC.


Academic/Teaching Experience

Introduction to Psychology

Adolescent Psychology 

Personality Theory 

Psychology of Pregnancy and the Post-partum Period 

Clinical Interviewing Skills -- Osteopathic Medical School, University of New England

Human Growth and Development 

Memoir Writing 

Working with Dreams 

• The Personal Journal

• Medea: A Woman Betrayed 

• Introduction to the Psychology of C.G.Jung 

• Introduction to the Psychology of C.G. Jung, Part II 

• Medea, Feminism and the Shadow 

• Online writing groups on Life Writing


Clinical Experience

•  Tri-County Mental Health Services, Lewiston, Maine

•  Western Maine Counseling Center, Bridgton, Maine

• Private Psychotherapy Practice


Continuing Education:

Seminars:

C.G. Jung Institute, Boston, 

New England Institute for Psychoanalytic Studies, Portland, Maine

Harvard Medical School Seminars

Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute

William Alanson White Institute 

700+ hours individual clinical supervision  

Personal analysis

NEW DIRECTIONS: WRITING WITH A PSYCHOANALYTIC EDGE writing program

Professional/Academic Honors and Awards

     • Dissertation nominated for UIU’s highest honors, Marvin Susskind Prize 

     • US Public Health Service Fellow, University of Connecticut

     • Psychology Department Honors, Duke University


Research/Scholarly Activities

• Eastern Psychological Association

       Paper describing the Willimantic Project, the subject of M.A. thesis

• A Woman Scorned: Medea and Betrayal, dissertation, Union Institute & University

 • “Medea, the Shadow and Feminism” -- Quadrant, Spring 2010

• “I Know It Wasn’t The Fish: Fat, in the consulting room”, chapter submitted for anthology, The Politics of Size: Perspectives From the Fat Acceptance Movement 

* “The Fat Lady Sings”, Spring, Fall 2014

        

Academic/Research Interests

Teaching psychological principles and material to lay adults

Clinical supervision

Application of Jungian theory

Memoir -- teaching and exploring its psychological impact

Uses and meanings of virtual, i.e. online, community

Mythology

Therapeutic frame

Fat Studies


Affiliations/Memberships

International Association for Jungian Studies (IAJS)

Society for the Psychology of Women

International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy (IARPP)


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