Lisa Fox graduated with her Masters degree from Rutgers, NJ State University, School of Social Work in 1987. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over thirty years of experience, Lisa has worked with children and adolescents, adults and geriatrics in various settings, including outpatient, in-home and hospitals. Through her work with Adoption and Foster Care, Lisa has extensive experience working with loss, neglect and abandonment issues. She has also successfully treated clients suffering from affective disorders, phase of life issues, phobias, alcohol and substance abuse as well as end of life issues.
Lisa’s Approach to Helping
Lisa is a believer in structural family therapy and the importance of empathizing with individuals, couples and families. She focuses on understanding how individuals can learn to make changes, grow, and, solve problems with a greater understanding of the familial dynamics that impact self development and relationships. To nurture change and development, Lisa joins with individuals couples, and families in order to influence conversations in a way that utilizes the strengths and wisdom of its members. Regardless of the origin of the problem, Lisa is solution focused and sees the importance of including all family members, when possible, in the process of healing as they evolve toward a healthier self.