PHD Child and Famly Studies, University of Tennessee
MS Marriage and Family Therapy, Loma Linda University
Curtis Fox is a professor professor in the department of counseling and family sciences and the director of the family studies and family life education programs in the Graduate School at Loma Linda University. He teaches several courses such as crisis intervention counseling, human sexuality, family life education, professional issues in family life education, family social science research, and structural family therapy. As the director of the family studies program, he coordinate internships and research projects for students in the program in addition to managing the curricula.
After graduation from the University of Tennessee, Dr. Fox worked as an assistant professor at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and taught in the area of child and family studies. In addition to his academic work and teaching, he has done clinical work at various family agencies in California, Tennessee, and New York.
He has several research interests. Over the last few years,he has focused on the study of clergy families, work and family stress, adolescent development, human sexuality, and parenting. At present, he is writing on all of the above.
In addition to teaching, he enjoys traveling, and is involved in church and community.
Dr. Fox maintains membership in several professional associations and seeks to be actively involved. He spends much time presenting seminars and workshops across the country in some areas of family living. He gives presentations on premarital relations, marriage enrichment, and parenting issues. A major focus of his work is on balancing work and family demands and strategies for coping.
Dr. Fox is an adjunct professor for the Doctor of Ministry program at Andrews University, serving as a lead teacher for the Family Ministry concentration.