Licensed Independent Social Worker


Kayla Fuller, LISW


Kayla Fuller, LISW, is a licensed independent social worker. She received her master’s degree in Social Work from The Ohio State University in 1987. She graduated with departmental honors in Psychology from Bluffton University after completing a year long research project entitled “The Psychological Effects of Adoption.” In 1986 Kayla was on the Board for a treatment foster care network and was instrumental in developing the Adopted Adolescent Program with a parallel program for adoptive parents, later becoming a coordinator for the program from 1987-1989. She has worked in community mental health for many years, primarily providing outpatient treatment for adults.

Kayla specializes in treating women’s issues, gay-lesbian concerns, trauma, including childhood emotional, physical and sexual abuse, parenting issues, depression, bipolar disorder, self esteem, anxiety, family origin and relationship issues.

Kayla has an eclectic approach branching out from a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy tradition, tailoring treatment to the particular needs of each client. She believes that we are all capable of enacting positive change in our lives when we have the right tools and the support when we need it along the way.