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Book Chapters:  

Greason, P. B., & Fulton, C. L. (2020). Mindfulness. In J. S. Young and C. S. Cashwell (Eds.) Integrating spirituality and religion into counseling: A guide to competent practice. Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.    

Fulton, C. L. (2017). Mindfulness and counseling. In S. Degges-White and N. L. Davis (Eds.) Integrating the expressive arts into counseling practice: Theory-based interventions (2nd ed.) (pp. 305-313). New York, NY: Springer Publishing.    

Fulton, C. L. (2017). Gender socialization. In J. E. Schwarz (Ed.) Counseling women across the lifespan: Empowerment, advocacy, and intervention (pp. 21-38). New York, NY: Springer Publishing.    

Giordano, A. L., Clarke, P. B., Fulton, C. L., & Cashwell, T. H. (2016). Emerging approaches. In J. S. Young and C. S. Cashwell (Eds.), Clinical mental health counseling: Elements of effective practice (pp. 389-426). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publishers, Inc.    

Refereed Journal Articles:    

Morley, R. H., & Fulton, C. L. (2020). The impact of mindfulness meditation on self-compassion and self-esteem among prisoners. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 59(2), 98-116.    

Morley, R. H., Bowman, S., Fulton, C. L., Roche, S. P., & Jantz, P. B., …Trujillo, L. T. (2019). Mindfulness, self-control, implicit bias, race, threat perception failure, and the accidental use of deadly force against off-duty police officers. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology.

Greene, J. H., Fulton, C. L., Haiyasoso, M., & Blalock, S. M. (2019). Leadership and gender: School counselors’ experiences of girls’ leadership in secondary schools. Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision, 12(4).    

Fulton, C. L., Greene, J. H., Kjellstrand Hartwig, E., Blalock, S. M., & Haiyasoso, M. (2019). Promoting girls’ leadership development in secondary schools. Journal of School Counseling,17(8).    

Flasch, P., & Fulton, C. L. (2019). Counseling Jewish Americans: Considerations for practice. Counseling and Values, 64(1), 2-19.    

Morley, R. H., Jantz, P. B., & Fulton, C. L. (2019). The intersection of violence, brain networks, and mindfulness practices. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 46, 65-173.    

Fulton, C. L. (2018). Self-compassion as a mediator of mindfulness and compassion for others among counselors. Counseling and Values, 63(1), 45-56.     

Wahesh, E., Fulton, C. L., Shannonhouse, L. R., McKinnon, W. B., & Kennedy, S. D. (2018). A content analysis of CSI chapter efforts to promote counselor leadership development strategies. Journal for Counselor Leadership and Advocacy, 5(1), 82-94.    

Fulton, C. L. (2017). Disordered eating across the lifespan of women. In Ideas and Research You Can Use: VISTAS 2017. Retrieved from http://www.counseling.org/knowledge-center/vistas    

Fulton, C. L., & Fall, K. A. (2016). Mindfulness as a mechanism for developing the co-leader relationship. Groupwork, 25(3), 6-24.    

Fulton, C. L. (2016). Mindfulness, self-compassion, and counselor characteristics and session variables. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 38(4), 360-347.    

Fulton, C. L., Hartwig, E., Ybanez-Llorente, K., & Schmidt, E. (2016). Clinical supervision in the addictions field: A case example of effective gatekeeping. Alcohol Treatment Quarterly, 34(1), 48-62.    

Fulton, C. L., & Gonzalez, L. (2015). Making career counseling relevant: Enhancing experiential learning using a "flipped" course design. Journal of Counselor Preparation & Supervision, 7(2), 38-67.    

Fulton, C. L., & Cashwell, C. (2015). Mindfulness-based awareness and compassion: Predictors of counselor empathy and anxiety. Counselor Education and Supervision, 54, 122-133.      

Fulton, C. L., & Shannonhouse, L (2014). Developing servant leadership through counselor community engagement: A case example. Journal of Counselor Leadership and Advocacy, 1(1), 98-111.    

Cashwell, C. S., Young, J. S., Fulton, C. L., Willis, B. T., Giordano, A. L., Wyatt, L. L., Crockett, J., Tate, B. N., & Welch, M. (2013). Clinical behaviors for addressing religious/spiritual issues: Do we “Practice What We Preach”?, Counseling and Values, 58, 45-58.    

Lewis, T., Likis-Werle, E., & Fulton, C. L. (2012). Modeling alcohol use intensity among students at a Historically Black College and University: The role of social norms, perceptions for risk, and selected demographic variables. Journal of Black Psychology, 38, 368–390.    


Non-Refereed Articles:    

ACA Task Force (2020, June 3). Professional advocacy: A call to the profession. Counseling Today. (ACA Advocacy Task Force members who contributed to the development of this article were (in alphabetical order) Angie Cartwright, Madelyn Duffey, Louisa Foss, Cheryl Fulton, Denise Hooks, Victoria Kress, Christine McAllister and Jordan Westcott).     

Fulton, C. L. (2020, Summer). Finding wellness through mindfulness. North Carolina Dental Gazette.    

Fulton, C. L. (2011). Community engagement: Counselors reaching out to refugees in Greensboro. The CED Connection, Summer.                                                                                                                      Fulton, C. L. (2011).  Is my kid o.k.? Weight-based teasing. Piedmont Parent Magazine, July.    

Fulton, C. L. (2010). School of education early career award winner: Carrie Watcher Morris. The CED Connection, Summer.   

 
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