Steven Fuller

Suicide Postvention for Private Practice Social Workers: Using Supportive Supervision practices

Steven L. Fuller Jr, holds a bachelor’s of science (BS) in psychology from Indiana University Southeast (IUS), a master’s of social work (MSW) from Indiana University-Purdue University of Indianapolis (IUPUI) and is a doctoral candidate in the doctorate of social work (DSW) program at the University of Kentucky (UK). Currently Steven works as a social worker at Floyd Central High School in Indiana. Prior to his current position, Steven worked with veterans experiencing homelessness and comorbidity of mental health and substance use disorders as part of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Supportive Services for Veteran Families Grant programming.

Steven’s research has focused on suicidology, suicide prevention and postvention, as well as how social work leaders can better care for social workers who are working with a population that includes increased suicidality.

Steven received distinction at Indiana University Southeast as an undergraduate research award winner, and his research was published in the undergraduate research journal at Indiana University.