Diana Fox, LSW


Ms. Fox studied at Indiana University, where she received her master’s degree in social work and her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. Ms. Fox views therapy as a collaborative experience allowing both therapist and client to establish trust and work as a team. She takes a client-centered approach to therapy, acting as a guide while allowing the client to steer sessions and establish personal goals throughout their therapeutic journey. Ms. Fox uses primarily cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and trauma informed care techniques in her work.

Ms. Fox has experience working with a wide range of presenting problems, including anxiety, depression, mood disorders, and trauma. She is developing a specialty area in older adolescents and young adults, and is comfortable working with people of varying backgrounds, gender identities, races, and sexual orientations.

Ms. Fox is provisionally licensed as an LSW (Licensed Social Worker), and is in our licensure training program. She is completing her client hours for her LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) while under supervision of senior staff, Melissa Hinkle, LCSW.

When she’s not working, Ms. Fox enjoys playing with her three dogs, listening to podcasts, playing board games, and spending time with friends and family.