Jennifer Cox EdD LPC
Texas Professional School
of Psychology EdD Counseling Psychology 2012
Southern Nazarene University MA Marital and Family Therapy 2004
Southern Nazarene University BS Family Studies & Gerontology 2002
HONORS AND AWARDS
Advisor and Contributor to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM5)
Magna Cum Laude, Southern Nazarene University
Dean’s Honor Roll, University of Central Oklahoma
Certificate of Recognition for Dedicated Service, Parents Assistance Center
Outstanding Service Rendered in Aftermath of May 3, 1999
State Farm Insurance
Approved candidacy supervisor for Licensed Professional Counselors, Oklahoma State Board of Behavioral Health
Efficacy of Two Treatment Approaches on Return to Psychiatric Hospitals for Suicidal Patients (Doctoral Dissertation). Argosy University, Phoenix Campus.
Upcoming Changes to the DSM for the Oklahoma Mental Health Counselors Association, June 2012
Cast the First Stone: Ethics in Analytical Practice, May 2016
When Clients Rather Than Therapists Violate Therapeutic Boundaries, March 2017
Ethics in Jungian Analysis: Dream Work and Grief, October 2017
Domestic Violence in the Upper Class: Ethics in Balancing the Roles of Therapist and Advocate, January 2018
Feminist Model of Ethical Decision Making in the Counseling Process, November 2018
Benefit of a Mission Statement in Ethical Clinical Practice, December 2019
2018 to present Adjunct Professor
Oklahoma City University
Duties Include: Developing and managing syllabus material, coordinating courseware and curriculum, facilitating class instruction, and evaluating student performance.
2015 to present Jennifer Cox LPC INC
LPC in individual practice
Duties Include: Encouraging clients to express their feelings and discuss what is happening in their lives, helping them to develop insight into themselves or their relationships. Guiding clients in the development of skills or strategies for dealing with their problems. Psychological screening and assessment of adults involved in child custody and mental competency. Consultation to attorneys on issues of divorce and child custody with particular emphasis on domestic violence. Review of inpatient psychiatric records. Preparing and maintaining all required treatment records and reports. Maintaining confidentiality of records relating to client’s treatment, in addition to, insurance billing, and bookkeeping.
2009 to 2015 Professional Corporation of Psychiatry
LPC in large private group practice
Duties Included: Encouraging clients to express their feelings and discuss what is happening in their lives, helping them to develop insight into themselves or their relationships. Guiding clients in the development of skills or strategies for dealing with their problems. Preparing and maintaining all required treatment records and reports. Maintaining confidentiality of records relating to client’s treatment. Working closely as a team with psychiatrists and nurses to coordinate patient care.
2004 to 2009 Deaconess at Bethany, Bethany, OK
Duties Included: Leading education and process therapy groups, as well as, individual therapy for adults age 18 to 55 on an inpatient mental health unit; leading cognitive exercises, range of motion, and reminiscence activities for Dementia patients age 55 and over; intake assessments and determination of admission based on inpatient criteria; assisting program manager in assessment of programming content and scheduling; participating in treatment planning, as well as, evaluation of patient progress by direct observation and review of medical records; reporting to attending psychiatrist.
2004 to 2006 Mid-Del Youth and Family, Midwest City, OK
Duties Included: Outpatient and home-based therapy and education to children and families; intake assessments.
2002 to 2003 Parent’s Assistance Center, Oklahoma City, OK
Group Leader, Intake Worker
Duties Included: Leader for Parenting Skills, Young-Adult Parenting Skills, and Sober Parenting groups; leading therapeutic play groups; curriculum research and coordination for abused and neglected children ages 0-12; intake assessments.
Co-Founder, Pier 34 Foundation
Mental Health Association of Oklahoma, Board Recovery Services Committee
United Methodist Youth Camp
Skyline Urban Ministry
Date of Birth: 08/24/1974
Married 1995-Spouse, Devin
1 daughter, Caitlin age 21
Twin sons, Christian and Cameron age 13
Susie Waugh, Retired Vice-President, Integris Mental Health
James Caster, Col, JD, Phd, Professor Emeritus, University of Central Oklahoma
Amal Chakraburrty MD, Board Certified Psychiatrist and Professor, University of Oklahoma School of Medicine