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Dr. Fulton received his B.A. from Pacific Union College in Psychology and Religion and his M.A. in Theology and PhD in clinical psychology from Fuller Theological Seminary. He completed his doctoral internship at the VA Medical Center in Martinez. He was a staff psychologist at Napa State Hospital for three years, and in part-time private practice, specializing in the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders in young adults and general psychological assessment for 25 years.
For that same period, he was professor of psychology at Pacific Union College in Napa Valley, chairing the Psychology and Social Work Department for ten years. He was sponsor of the Black Student Union there, and building on his dissertation research on the relationship of religiosity to both homophobia and tolerance, facilitated a support group for LGBTQ young adults in conservative religious communities.
Currently Dr. Fulton supports the Mental Health Training Program by providing individual and group supervision, mentoring trainees with their program evaluation projects, serving as one of the program’s Equity, Inclusion and Diversity Officers, and serving as the training director for the pre and post master’s training programs in the Napa-Solano service area.