Aaron Brown, PhD – Dissertation Consultant and Statistician
Aaron Brown earned a Ph.D. in social work from the University of Tennessee, focusing on the implementation of evidence based treatments for addictions. Aaron also earned his MSW degree from the University of Tennessee in 2010. Aaron has over a decade of experience working in community mental health in a variety of roles including residential tech, case manager, outpatient therapist, and clinical supervisor. Aaron is also a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. To date, Aaron has published fourteen peer-reviewed articles in scholarly journals and has presented at numerous national and regional conferences. While earning his PhD in Social Work, Aaron earned a minor in statistics. Aaron has experience teaching statistics and using a variety of statistical methods in his research including general linear models, generalized linear models, multi-level modeling, confirmatory factor analysis, structural equation modeling, and latent growth modeling. Aaron prides himself in being patient, accessible, and responsive when working with clients. Aaron enjoys helping others implement analytic methods to accomplish their research goals. Aaron is passionate about helping others achieve their educational goals by supporting them through their dissertation process in whatever way is most helpful whether it be developing research questions, identifying quality measures, determining which methods will work best, or discerning how best to integrate feedback from committee members.