Darby Fox is a child and adolescent family therapist, in practicefor over 25 years. She is the author of a book titled, Rethinking Your Teenager: Shifting from Conflict and Control to Structure and Nurture to Raise Accountable Young Adults. Darby recently co-developed a television series called Fractured Family with Darby Fox. In addition, she is a monthly contributor to Psychology Today and serves as a pro bono mental health consultant to the board of the American Red Cross. Darby received her BA from Middlebury College and her MAfrom Columbia University. She has also pursued specialized training at a several leading institutions, including Yale’s Child Study Center, NYU’s Silver School of Social Work, and Harvard Medical School. Darby’s prior board experience includes Horizons New Canaan Country School and the Open DoorHomeless Shelter in Norwalk. Darby has raised four children.