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Amber Fuller, MA, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Board Approved Clinical Supervisor (LMFT and LPCC Track), Clinic Owner

I have the belief that all doors open and close for a reason and that if we desire to be where the creator wants us, he will put us exactly where we need to be. Knowing this has offered me great peace and I enjoy sharing how to obtain peace with clients.

I also have the belief that in life we seek out to find our purpose, value, and place of belonging and there is a tremendous amount of hope in finding or regaining these things and I’m passionate about helping others find this gift.

I have a passion for instilling hope into the lives of others. Coming alongside people and helping them remain anchored in the midst of the storms. I’ve seen people lose hope and believe the lie that hope is non-existent; I have a passion for helping people regain it. I have been down a journey where I’ve fought hard to do “what is right in the eyes of God” and sometimes grew weary of not seeing God’s faithfulness the way I thought I should which taught me how to remain at peace through storms and times of the unknown. I desire to help others obtain this peace and restoration in their lives.
I started (and continue) my career working with individuals experiencing depression, anxiety, mood disorders,  addiction, family conflict, life transitions, grief, marriage issues, infidelity and affairs, and dual diagnoses. Through this experience I’ve learned how to effectively work in crisis, resource and network with a client and their support system, and offer treatment to individuals struggling with these things. I believe that there is always hope and that accomplishing dreams and recovery is possible.

Lastly, I have a desire and passion to help people discover ways to deal with addictions (including sexual addiction)and the disclosure of addictions. I have been on the side of a loved one’s disclosure of an addiction and know what it’s like to feel like one’s world has ended and that there’s “no coming back after such a disclosure” and I have seen personally that there is an ability to make it through an addiction in the family and how what appears to be “the biggest curse” can end up being “one’s biggest blessing”. I have a desire to help families through these trying times. You can expect to feel safe when meeting with me regardless of what you bring to your session.

Education: MA – Marriage & Family Therapy , Adler Graduate School

Board Approved Clinical Supervisor for those on the LMFT and LPCC track- MNBMFT, MNBBHT



Ania Scanlan, JD, MA, Therapist

If you find yourself in a relationship that is no longer fulfilling and you want to reconnect with your partner, you came to the right place.  I am passionate about working with couples and women to find anew, and keep, that much needed connection in their relationships.  
I’m a therapist, lawyer, and registered yoga teacher. The combination of my legal and counseling experience give me a unique viewpoint for working with clients. I have a no-nonsense and direct approach to therapy.  We will work together to restore trust, improve communication and conflict resolution, learn healthy boundaries, and develop a lasting connection. 
At Fuller Living, I practice under the supervision of Amber Fuller, MA, LMFT.
Areas of Focus:
Relationship Challenges
Women’s Issues
Cross-cultural Challenges
Anxiety & Depression
Grief & Loss
Life Transitions
Life & Work Stress
Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota – MA, Marriage & Family Therapy
Mitchell Hamline College of Law – JD
Colgate University – BA, Psychology

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Kimberley Wobschall, MA, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

I’m a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. I believe the foundation of working on mental health issues is done through understanding oneself and the connections and interactions with others. I hold partnering with people on this journey towards healing as a sacred honor.

I have a passion to work with people who have experienced trauma. I believe it is essential that trauma work begins by strengthening and stabilizing the present. Once this has been established the deeper work of the trauma work can take place. The work of trauma can be done without having to relive the events; this prevents re-traumatization. I expand the traditional therapy approach of discussing thoughts and feelings to include working with the body. This is done by paying attention to motion, the 5 senses (sight, smell, taste, hearing, and touch) and internal sensations, such as rapid heart rate and the stomach tightening.

Practice Areas:
Complex trauma/Dissociation
Family conflict
Life transitions/stressors
Coping skills
School issues
Age Ranges:
5 to 65+
Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Saint Mary’s University of
Master of Business Administration in General Management Concentration from
University of Saint Thomas
Bachelor of Science in Community Health from Minnesota State University – Mankato
Advanced Dissociation Training: Adaptive Internal Relational (AIR) Network Model
Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Level 1
Prepare/Enrich Facilitator Training