Dr. Cheryl Fulton is a Licensed Professional Counselor and an Associate Professor in the Professional Counseling Program at Texas State University. She has over 10 years of experience counseling individuals, couples, and families on a broad range of concerns. Dr. Fulton has contributed advice on mental health topics to media such as NBCnews.com, The Atlantic, Huffington Post, Yahoo! Life, and Psychology Today. She earned a Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision from The University of North Carolina-Greensboro, a B.S. in Psychology and M.Ed./Ed.S. in Counseling from the University of Florida, and an M.B.A. from the University of Colorado-Denver. Academic courses include: diversity, career, women's issues, and research. Her research is primarily focused on the role of mindfulness and self-compassion in counseling. She also researches mindfulness as a tool for law enforcement related to active shooter situations. More recently Dr. Fulton has been researching and speaking on topics related to antisemitism. She has numerous publications and regularly presents at state and national conferences, webinars, and other invited talks on mindfulness, wellness, and other mental health topics. She has received awards for her research on mindfulness and is involved in many professional counseling organizations. She is currently the President-Elect of Chi Sigma Iota, an international and professional academic honor society for counseling students, counselor educators, and professional counselors with 130,000 initiated members.

Contact Dr. Cheryl Fulton: clfulton@txstate.edu