Bradley Fox received his M.A. and Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Rosemead School of Psychology in La Mirada, California. For the majority of his clinical career he has worked in the outpatient community mental health sector with adolescents and young adults. He has also been a part of youth crisis response teams in two Ohio counties, done clinical work in a variety of settings (e.g., private/state inpatient facilities, schools, and university counseling centers, and private practice), and provided training and psychoeducation to fellow mental health professionals, law enforcement / first responder personnel and the general public.

His primary therapeutic orientations draw from Object Relations and Gestalt psychology, as well as cognitive behavioral and solution-focused concepts. He holds that though we cannot erase pain or suffering from our lives, we can seek to make adjustments that empower us to carry it differently; and as a result, strengthen our sense of purpose/meaning and ultimately live life more content.

In his spare time, Bradley enjoys martial arts, weight lifting, target practice, watching “too much” television, walking his dog, and spending time with his wife. 


1996 — Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Rosemead School of Psychology

1991 — Master's in Clinical Psychology from Rosemead School of Psychology