Clifton Fuller Counseling

15303 Huebner Rd, #10
San Antonio, Texas, US
78248

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Practice Specialties

  • Abuse & Trauma
  • Anger Management
  • Blended Family Counseling
  • Blended Family Counseling
  • Business Coaching
  • Career Coaching
  • Christian Divorce Counseling
  • Church Conflict Christian Counseling
  • Church Conflict Counseling
  • Counseling to Pastors and Wives
  • Couples Christian Counseling
  • Couples Counseling
  • Court Appointed Counseling
  • Depression Stress and Anxiety Therapy
  • Divorce and Remarriage Counseling
  • Divorce Prevention
  • Divorce Recovery
  • Eating Disorders
  • EMDR
  • Empty Nest Anxiety and Depression
  • Ex-Relationship Adjustments
  • Foster and Adoption Counseling
  • Grief and Bereavement Christian Counseling
  • Grief and Bereavement Counseling
  • Life Coach Counseling and Consultation
  • Life Coaching
  • Marriage and Family Christian Counseling
  • Marriage and Family Counseling
  • Marriage Counseling
  • Parent Coaching
  • Personality Disorders
  • Pornography and Sexual Addictions
  • Premarital Counseling
  • Sex and Intimacy Christian Counseling
  • Sex and Intimacy Counseling
  • Spiritual Growth
  • Stress Anxiety Depression Christian Counseling
  • Substance Abuse and Addictions Christian Counseling
  • Teen Counseling

About

Christian Counselor and author Clifton Fuller (LCSW-S, LPC-S, LMFT-S) provides counseling services to Texas individuals, couples, and families. Please visit his website for in-depth information about his background and experience, as well as free articles & blogs on mental health issues, communication, marriage, relationships, and self-esteem issues.

He is the author of "The Marriage Vampire: Living with a Narcissistic Partner," written for Christian women who are in relationships with NPD's. The book is also an excellent source for ministers assisting women & their families, parents who need to be aware that such personality disorders exist, and those who want to protect their children and families from these 'wolves in sheep's clothing". The book is an excellent resource for therapists whose clients may be involved in a relationship with an NPD and for attorneys (who may be unaware of the characteristics of this personality disorder but who may have an NPD client).

Anyone can also register for his free monthly newsletter, full of new articles and information, to help those addressing issues and mental health professionals attempting to educate and strengthen their clients and communities.

Clifton provides HIPAA-compliant online telehealth services with easy 24/7 registration online via his website. Once an intake has been completed, clients can schedule appointments easily by logging in to their patient portal. His first session is a 'working session' (as he will read your intake before the initial session, know why you are coming to counseling, and begin immediately to address your counseling needs.

Hours are Monday-Thursday (9am-2pm; 3pm-8pm). Closed Friday-Sunday.

Please visit https://www.CliftonFullerCounseling.com for more information or give us a call at 210-404-9001.
(We do not file insurance, but an invoice is provided in the patient portal after each session if a client files their insurance. Payment is required day of the session. 24-hour cancellation policy.)

Why I Became a Professional Christian Therapist

I was raised in a children's home (with both positive and negative issues) and know it is like to experience significant family disruptions. I was blessed to have a strong Christian mother who taught her children that we could get through even the most challenging times by her example and faith.

I was able to attend Abilene Christian University (due to financial aid assistance they provided to children living at children's homes) and, from those educational opportunities, realized what my life skill sets were in counseling, as well as the abilities and values I had to help others.

Life prepares us for what is about to come in very unusual ways. We cannot see the future; however, looking back, our vision is often 20/20, and we can see God's hand in bringing us to a place where we can make a difference.

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