Dr. Davis is a passionate scholar-practitioner who divides her time between clinical practice, training and consulting, and research. Dr. Davis earned her Bachelor’s degree from Auburn University, and her Masters of Science in Counseling Psychology from Alabama A& M University. She completed her Doctorate in School Psychology from the University of Alabama. Dr. Davis has been in private practice for the past 17 years providing psychological counseling and testing services to adults and children with a wide range of emotional and behavioral difficulties. In her consulting work, she regularly offers crisis consultation, workshops, and seminars for government and commercial clients. Dr. Davis currently serves as an Assistant Professor and Program Director of the Psychology & Counseling program at Alabama A&M University. Her research focuses on psychological /psychoeducational assessment, minority mental health, and technology-infused mental health interventions. Dr. Davis has authored several peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters. Dr. Davis serves on the Alabama Counseling Association Board (Region 2) and is a charter member of the Association of Black Psychologists (Huntsville chapter). She also serves on the editorial board for several academic journals and is the co-writer of a national blog for Psychology Today entitled, “Cognition Café.” Her most recent research in the area of Virtual Career Mentoring for African American college students has been funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) for nearly one million dollars. Dr. Davis is the mother of two adult sons and enjoys traveling and watching crime movies in her spare time.
© 2021 American Mental Health Counselors Association. All rights reserved.