Sensitive and Informed Psychological Services

Meghan L. Fox, Psy.D. provides passionate services grounded in relevant science and expertise.

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I support patients in working through personal struggles to find their best selves and improve various facets of their lives in psychotherapy. I am fluent in American Sign Language and am proficient in providing psychotherapy with Deaf and hard-of-hearing persons and their families.


Psychological Testing

My psychological testing services utilize objective and subjective instruments to integrate qualitative and quantitative data to answer questions about diagnosis and to provide individualized recommendations. I am fluent in American Sign Language and am proficient in providing psychological testing with Deaf and hard-of-hearing persons and their families.


Consultation Program Development
and Coaching

As a psychologist, I have a unique perspective and skillset to help organizations identify areas of growth, develop and implement plans and evaluate outcomes to benefit their staff and business. My expertise and relationships with the Deaf and hard-of-hearing (D/HH) communities can benefit companies in developing and implementing policies and programs designed to enhance the employment experience between D/HH persons and in the corporate environment.

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Forensic Expertise

My forensic psychological expertise supports various angles of the justice system. I work with attorneys and courts to provide case-relevant knowledge in cases involving Deaf and hard-of-hearing (D/HH) persons. I collaborate with law enforcement in developing policy, procedures, and training to reinforce culturally-informed and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)-compliant interactions and relationships with D/HH persons and communities.

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Why Choose Dr. Meghan Fox

My services are informed by research, ethics, evidence-based principles, and just being a human. As a clinical psychologist, I  hold a doctoral-level degree requiring approximately 5 - 7 years of advanced coursework beyond college, years of clinical training, an intensive clinical internship, and 3 years of post-doctoral training. I am licensed in New York State by the Department of Education and am obligated to comply with an extensive Code of Ethics that outlines acceptable and unacceptable practices. 

I have received formal and informal training with top experts in my field, including the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC), Department of Psychiatry’s Deaf Wellness Center and their National Institutes of Mental Health CSPS Postdoctoral Training program, and URMC’s Rochester Prevention Research Center: National Center for Deaf Health Research. 

Fluent in ASL

I am fluent in American Sign Language and other modes of communication. My personal and professional experiences with Deaf and hard of hearing (D/HH) persons, the Deaf community, and hearing loss-related services provide me with a unique perspective and insight to provide sensitive and informed care and services.

Resourceful Ally

I pride myself on being resourceful for patients and organizations. Helping others find and use available resources to solve problems, achieve goals and deepen their experiences is so meaningful and rewarding.

Meet Dr. Meghan Fox & Atreus

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Hello! I am so glad that you have found my website, and I hope that you find it informative and encouraging as you explore more.

When I ask others to share their experiences with me, I have been humbled by their saying they felt “deeply understood,” “always accepted,” and “challenged, but in a good way.”

I have been committed to the field of psychology and mental health from an early age. My undergraduate and graduate degrees are in psychology. I have worked and studied in Pennsylvania, South Florida, and Rochester, New York.

I incorporate my dog, Atreus, into my psychotherapy work. I believe his presence benefits my clients, and there are scientific studies supportive of animals in psychotherapy. The use of animals by health professionals in their work is called animal-assisted therapy. Numerous studies show that interacting with animals helps people lower their blood pressure, increases engagement, and reduces anxiety and depression. I have consent information that we can discuss to understand the risks and rules needed to ensure your health and safety (as well as Atreus’s) as we work together.