Dr. Michelle J. Cox provides consultation and comprehensive services for students working on a dissertation or thesis in disciplines such as counseling, counselor education, psychology, education, human development and family studies, and gerontology. She provides hands-on support for all stages of the dissertation process, including qualitative or quantative research design.
Dr. Michelle J. Cox, LPC, NCC, ACS, holds a Master's degree in Counseling, a Doctoral degree in Human Development and Family Studies, and Doctoral minors in Counseling and Gerontology. She has extensive experience in research design, data analysis, and editing. As a university professor, she has taught Both Tests and Assessments and Research Methods for many years. Master's and Doctoral level students value her attention to detail and expertise in a wide variety of content areas. Michelle has served on multiple dissertation committees. She has also completed research projects for the City of Corvallis, Oregon; West Salem Foursquare Church; George Fox University's Graduate Department of Counseling; Oregon's Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan; and Courthouse Athletic Clubs.
Completing a master's thesis or a doctoral dissertation is hard work but Michelle can help make the process easier. From proposal through defense, she will provide guidance and feedback that will allow you to write a professional and scholarly contribution to your specific field.
Contact me now for a free consultation and to discuss your specific needs.