- University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Interpersonal Practice/Mental Health, MI, 2010
Matthew Stewart-Fulton is a licensed clinical social worker. He received his Master of Social Work from the University of Michigan with specializations in interpersonal practice and mental health. He provides comprehensive outpatient therapy for adults.
His approach includes cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing, as well as mindfulness practices and experiential activities, to address his patient’s needs. Matthew’s areas of interest include helping adult patients with depression, anxiety, relationship challenges, phase-of-life issues, and other barriers to progress.
His training includes working with the Critical Incident Response Team in the University of Michigan Dean of Students office and providing psychotherapy at the Women’s Center of Southeastern Michigan.
"My goal is to meet the patient where they are and help them improve the strengths and resilience they possess to address the challenges they’re facing."