Our Approach to Counseling
"I created Body & Soul Therapy® because I have a deep and abiding desire to help people become their best, both in their personal and in their business lives.
As a licensed Psychotherapist, I have helped hundreds of people over the last several years overcome their problems, enabling them to lead more satisfying lives.
After mastering my proficiency in the use of the psychotherapeutic technique of EMDR, I was astounded at how quickly and effectively my clients were able to overcome their negative emotions and were able to live much more successful lives."
Barbara Radin Fox
Barbara Fox, MSW, M.Ed
Barbara Fox received her B.S. Degree from The University of Pittsburgh in Psychology, her Master's Degree in Education from The University of Pittsburgh and her Master's Degree in Social Work from The University of Maryland. In addition, she she received additional specialized training in the treatment of addictions, stress, relationship problems, anxiety, depression, anger and trauma. In 1996, she was certified as an EMDR therapist.
Ms. Fox has over 30 years of experience in business and government in Human Resources and Employee Assistance Programs. She developed and managed the Employee Assistance Program for The Washington Post, where she was a Manager in Human Resources for 16 years. She has also worked for many other top organizations in business and government, including the World Bank, IRS Headquarters, the Navy Department, the Bureau of Land Management, Magellan, Sheppard Pratt Health System, WSSC, Bell Atlantic (Verizon) and Chevy Chase Bank.
Currently, Ms. Fox is seeing clients at Body & Soul Therapy® in four locations in the Charleston, SC area. She also conducts management training programs in business and government organizations on dealing with the “troubled employee” and workplace seminars on such topics as "Stress Management," "Relationship Enhancement," "Finding Contentment and Productivity in the Workplace" and "Working with Difficult People/Bosses."
Ms. Fox has been a member of the National Association of Social Workers, Anxiety Disorders Association of America, The American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress, EMDR International Association, Executive Women's Golf, National Association of Women Business Owners and the American Society of Training and Development, BNI (Business Networking International) and EAPA (Employee Assistance Program Associations).