RAYMOND D. FOX, Ph.D., LCSW, Professor
BA, CUNY (Queens); MSW, FordhamUniversity; MPA, Ph.D., New York University
Since joining the Fordham faculty, Dr. Fox has taught a variety of advanced graduate master and doctoral level courses in individual and family treatment, professional development, philosophy of science, social work education, and social work practice. He has served as a training, research and organizational consultant to an array of national and international mental health, family, and child welfare organizations.
Publishing books and articles as well as conducting seminars, Dr. Fox has focused on such topics as journaling, clinical diagnosis and intervention, teaching, professional education, mental health, creativity, and stress management. For some fifteen years he has led a workshop for Fordham faculty highlighting teaching methodology and curriculum development. Such workshops and seminars are frequently presented to other college and graduate school faculties. Some years ago Dr. Fox developed and directed a post graduate program in family therapy in conjunction with the Training Institute for Mental Health.
Dr. Fox has authored over 50 professional journal articles and book chapters as well as three books. He presently is contracted for two books, one focusing on reflective teaching and the other on self-awareness. Another book, in preparation, concentrates on movies as a vehicle to improve personal relationships.
Dr. Fox holds postgraduate certificates in Gestalt, Group, and Sex Therapy, and has studied at the National Training Laboratories, Jung Institute in Zurich, Postgraduate Center for Mental Health, and Self-Psychology Institute.