Kathleen Fuller's work as a psychotherapist, hypnotherapist, lecturer, & author gives her a platform for helping others connect with clarity, purpose and the stability needed to find balance, acceptance, and happiness in their lives.
Ms. Fuller is a recognized authority on dysfunctional eating and dieting cycle behaviors which she addresses in her workshops to others, including 3,000 statewide professionals, and through teaching at Indian River Community College. As a representative for the National Eating Disorder Association (3,600 members) and a Fellow of the American Association of Integrative Medicine (20,000 members), Ms. Fuller was interviewed on local television and subsequently was offered a regular program. She served as a professional liaison for La Leche International (40,000 members) and has connections to AARP (membership of 35 million).
With two master's degrees in Mental Health Counseling and Human Services, Fuller authored a self-published children's book on nutrition with second printing in 1984 (Feel Great with Fun and Food). She has written for Vegetarian Times magazine, Health Science magazine and HealthWise. Fuller draws on extensive training in the following additional disciplines:
--- Psychosynthesis (understanding and healing the mind and spirit connection)
---Stress and Disease (divining the causes of the body, mind, and spirit disconnection)
--- Psychodrama (using body motion to work out the cause of emotional and mental blocks)
--- Transformational Hypnotherapy and Communications
--- Alternative Medicine Workshops (herbs, supplements, homeopathic medicines)
--- Chronic cravings (drugs, food, and compulsive behaviors)
Fuller lives the keys to fearless eating and food freedom from the inside out in her daily life.