Fuller Psychological and Family Services (FPFS) is the community mental health and training clinic of the Fuller Graduate School of Psychology (accredited by the American Psychological Association). FPFS provides therapy to individuals, couples, families, and groups, to address a variety of symptoms associated with issues including but not limited to anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, trauma, guilt, and bereavement. Because FPFS utilizes beginning students, advanced students, and licensed clinicians, we are able to provide therapy at affordable rates. Because we are embedded within an accredited graduate school of psychology, you will receive care of the highest ethical and professional standards
FPFS is unique in that our clinicians are trained in, and sensitive to, issues related to spirituality and faith. We relate to you in a holistic manner - mind, body, and spirit - without imposing a worldview on you. Accordingly, we welcome people of all faith traditions.
FPFS also provides neuropsychological assessment services that help detect the presence of neurodevelopment disorders. These disorders include but are not limited to ADD/ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, learning disorders, intellectual disabilities, and processing issues. Our assessment services have helped hundreds of parents and their children manage these challenges.