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A. Kenneth Fuller, M.D.


A. Kenneth Fuller, M.D. specializes in the evaluation and treatment of mental conditions, including depressive, anxiety, stress, adjustment, sexual, bipolar and attention disorders. Dr. Fuller is Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, and is one of the few fellows of the elite American College of Psychiatrists. The Consumers' Research Council of America named Dr. Fuller one of America's Top Psychiatrists. 

Dr. Fuller graduated from Valdosta State College in 1977 and received his Medical Degree in 1982 from the Medical College of Georgia. Dr. Fuller completed his psychiatric residency at the University of Florida in 1986. In addition to his leadership position as chief resident he was awarded the Anclote Manor Award for Outstanding Resident of the year.

He now turns his psychotherapy talent to writing for adults and children.   

He has published over three dozen professional articles and two books during his career. Topics include psychiatric assessment, pharmacology, depression, child sexual abuse, HIV, personality disorders, review articles, and ADHD.  His study of the classification of psychiatric illness lead to his review of the DSM-IV in the New England Journal of Medicine.

He started his practice in Thomasville, Georgia 30 years ago.  He has clinical privileges at Archbold Memorial Hospital. He served as Chief of Psychiatry at Southwestern State Hospital for fourteen years.

Dr. Fuller was named a Clinical Assistant Professor of psychiatry at MCG in 2006 and Clinical Associate Professor in 2009. Dr. Fuller was selected the 2012 Outstanding Clinical Faculty Member for the Department of Psychiatry and Health Behavior of the Medical College of Georgia. The annual award for an outstanding clinical faculty member is based on third-year medical student feedback on their psychiatry clerkships rotations.  More recently MCG awarded him the 2014 Exemplary Teaching Award for his work with third year medical students.