Updated: Apr 15
In this episode, I interview Dr. Harold Whitfield. Dr. Whitfield discovered a passion for statistical analysis early on, and has worked for many years providing statistical analysis to a diverse group of students in many different fields of study. He is a highly qualified dissertation statistician who has a B.S. in Psychology, an M.Ed. in Counseling and Development, and an Ed.D. in Counselor Education. He is a vocational rehabilitation manager, and also works as a freelance statistician. I encourage you to listen to this episode and get to know Dr. Whitfield, and learn about the services he offers. He may be a good resource for many of you, helping you maximize the journey through your dissertation process.
Here are a few examples of what some of the clients have said about Dr. Whitfield.
Brenda Davis- “Also, I acknowledge Dr. Harold Whitfield who provided me with the video tutorial I needed to get me through the grueling process of analyzing my data. Assisted by his video tutorial, I effectively analyzed my data and wrote Chapter 4”
Davis, B.C. (2017). The examination of the difference in impact between leadership styles on organizational culture (Doctoral dissertation). Available through ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database (UMI No. 10287387).
Heather Davis- “I would like to thank statistical genius and consultant Dr. Harold Whitefield [sic]. I would not have been able to complete this study without you. I am endlessly grateful for your help and you are a true blessing to all struggling doctoral students. Thank you”
Davis, H. (2011). Clients receiving inpatient substance abuse counseling from recovering therapists and non-recovering therapists: Predictors of successful completion (Doctoral dissertation). Available through ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database (UMI No. 3489790).
Jennifer Dumes- “I would like to acknowledge, Dr. Whitfield, your expertise and commitment to your clients is undeniable, and your product is unparalleled, thank you”
Dumes, J. R. (2014). Positive behavioral interventions systems and test scores (Doctoral dissertation). Available through ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database (UMI No. 3668788).
Samantha Friedman- “I must also extend a big ‘thank you’ to Harold Whitfield, Ed.D., a brilliant statistician, whose tutelage and unwavering patience made Chapters 4 and 5 possible”
Friedman, S. (2011). The impact of parental divorce on the marital attitudes and intimacy of adults and children of divorce (Doctoral dissertation). Available through ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database (UMI No. 3454119)
I encourage you to reach out to Dr. Whitfield to discuss your dissertation, and find out how he may be able to help you. He has generously offered multiple ways of contacting and connecting with him.