My name is Rose Fuller, M.Ed. RCC
I graduated from the University of Victoria in 1977 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Education. I taught High School for twelve years then went on to earn my Masters Degree in Psychology to become a Registered Clinical Counselor. I thoroughly enjoy helping others sort through the complexities of life and I have counselled thousands over the past twenty five years.
My philosophy is simple – keep it simple. The valuable visual models and concepts in my work have been taken directly from the dynamics that repeated over and over again with every client who shared their story during sessions over the years. I will be forever grateful that these simple dynamics always showed up – even without prompts. I have come to appreciate these are the foundations of our Being and our Spirit.
I was also professional athlete for ten years earning a Silver Medal in The World’s for Fast Pitch in 1979 as pitcher for Doc’s Blues out of Vancouver, B.C. I have been inducted into 6 Sports Halls of Fame from Ottawa to Victoria, some individually and some with my Team. This career has offered valuable lessons and tools I continue to use in my counseling career and in my life in general.
Private Sessions – available on a limited basis.
Currently, I am semi-retired and offering limited private sessions by phone only. For new clients, I offer a complimentary 20 minute consultation by phone for you to assess my philosophy and to ask questions.
To request information on private sessions, please connect with me via email. Phone sessions are $80 an hour, and a sliding scale is available if necessary.