Bill Cox, LMFT
Parent Program Facilitator
Bill (he/him/his) is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in both Connecticut and Vermont. Bill was born and raised in southeastern Pennsylvania. He moved to the Connecticut shoreline to work at a therapeutic boarding school after obtaining his undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh. It was here that he discovered his passion for working with adolescents and families, leading him to obtain his Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy from Southern Connecticut State University.
Bill has spent the past 20 years working exclusively with adolescents and their families in a variety of settings ranging from outpatient centers, in-home programs and most recently running a school-based therapeutic program designed to support students and families with more significant social emotional needs.
Bill brings a relational style that is strength-based and draws upon an eclectic array of therapeutic approaches. As a marriage and family therapist, he is rooted in a systemic orientation that looks to explore how all of the pieces fit together, interact with each other and affect the whole. Bill enjoys working with clients struggling with anxiety, depression, mood disorders, behavior issues, family conflict and parenting concerns. He is passionate about the power that every family has to unlock lasting and meaningful change.
Bill currently resides on the Connecticut shoreline with his wife, two kids and dog. He enjoys taking long hikes with his family, swimming, running, cooking and spends a lot of his free time writing, playing and producing original music.