Dr Robert m Cox, LPC/MHSP - Tennessee Therapist at Grow Therapy

Dr Robert m Cox

Dr Robert m Cox


23 years of experience
Solution oriented

Life can be tough, leaving us feeling helpless and tired. You don't have to be alone during those times. When you're struggling with grief, pain, anxiety, or depression from the effects of traumatic experiences, discrimination, toxic environments, or substance use (yours or another's), reach out to Cox Family Wellness. We will support your strength and resilience, help you problem-solve, and, most of all, help you live into a new future. We are trauma-informed and certified in Autism treatment. Dr Robert Cox and Cox Family Wellness provide a safe, quiet, confidential, professional space for adults and couples to discuss whatever is on their minds. I work from a mindful, compassionate approach that allows people to feel seen and heard. My experience is in crisis services, substance use, anxiety, and depression. I am glad to chat about your concerns and your resilience. I want to help you remember your power. If you would like to talk about the power of attachment, the stress in your body, and the uses of self-compassion and mindfulness, please call or email. We can talk once or often. Same-day and single-session appointments are available. Be good to you!

What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?

Our first session will allow you to tell your story, concerns, and hopes, including what you want from your counseling experience. I will listen and take some notes. I may ask specific questions related to common clinical topics. You are free to answer how you like--there is no pressure to share details about difficult experiences.

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

My biggest strengths are curiosity, directness, and vulnerability. I want to ensure that I understand your humanity -- and not see you as a problem to fix.

About Dr Robert m Cox

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My treatment methods

Compassion Focused

Compassion-focused therapies are based on the work of Paul Gilbert and Kristin Neff. They teach how the brain is structured for connection and protection. Using mindfulness and attention, kindness, and stress management techniques, we can learn to resolve even deep-rooted troubles.