More About Cheryl Fuller


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:


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


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


Therapeutic frame

Fat Studies


International Association for Jungian Studies (IAJS)

Society for the Psychology of Women

International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy (IARPP)

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