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Adjunct Instructor of Psychology
School of Humanities, Education, and the Arts
Adjunct Faculty
The Millard and JJ Oakley School of Humanities, Education, and the Arts Part Time and Adjunct Faculty
A.S., Jackson State Community College
B.S., Tennessee State University
M.A., Trevecca Nazarene University

Latonia M. Cox, is a Spanish speaking, licensed professional counselor with mental health services designation, and registered play therapist who has a passion to work with children and families. 

She has extensive experience and training in the areas of family violence, violent crime/traumas, survivors of abuse/sexual assault, attentional issues, mood disorders, and abandonment/attachment issues. 

 Latonia has used this clinical experience to educate and present on topics that are important for counselors’ growth and development as well as issues in clinical supervision.  She has most recently presented at the 2018 SACES regional conference in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and the 2016 SACES regional conference in New Orleans, Louisiana on topics of multicultural issues and supervisee attributes supervision. In January 2017, Latonia presented a workshop with TLPCA in Clarksville about integrating play therapy and other approaches to treat child trauma.   Notwithstanding, as a demonstration of her commitment to education she has served as a guest lecturer at Trevecca Nazarene University teaching on topics concerning treatment planning, effective treatments, and the Diagnostic Statistical Manual-V to master level counseling students.