Dr. Robert M. Cox, EdD, LCMHC, LCAS, CCS, CCMHC, NCC, ACS
Robert M. Cox, EdD, LCMHC, LCAS, CCS, CCMHC, NCC, ACS, is an accomplished and dedicated assistant professor in the field of Marriage and Family Therapy, currently working at Pfeiffer University. His wide-ranging experience and expertise in counseling, consulting, training, and supervision have made him a valuable resource for the university counseling and wellness center.
Dr. Cox’s professional interests revolve around the provision of effective and compassionate mental health services to diverse communities. He has a special focus on crisis intervention, trauma-informed care, substance-affected families, and justice-affected systems. He also has a keen interest in the role of counselors in community organizing, recognizing the need for counselors to engage with and support underserved and underrepresented communities.
Dr. Cox is an active contributor to the field of counseling and mental health services. He has published several research articles and book chapters on various aspects of counseling, supervision, and mental health services. He has presented his work at numerous national and international conferences, earning recognition and appreciation for his contributions to the field.
As a 2013 NBCC Minority Scholars Fellow, Dr. Cox has a deep commitment to giving back to the community. He has been involved in several initiatives and projects aimed at promoting mental health awareness and improving access to mental health services for underserved populations. He has served on various committees and task forces at the local and national levels, advocating for policies that support mental health and well-being for all.