Dr. Diane Davis is a licensed mental health counselor and a member of the American Psychological Association. She has over 25 years of experience in individual, family, child and adolescent counseling. She works in social service agency settings and my specializations are depression and disruptive behavior disorders. Her primary counseling work is in the realm of "emotions" that help individuals learn cognitive abilities to break destructive behavioral habits. “Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.”-- Aristotle
My Professional Service : Her professional counseling specialization is in the area of depression. The counseling intervention that she uses is cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). In CBT interventions, the treatments used are to teach cognitive restructuring skills, coping skills and problem solving. Using this specific counseling method helps target cognitions, behavioral and emotional changes.
Qualifications : Master's Degree in Human Services and PhD in Counseling Studies., Specialization: Marriage and Family Counseling. Relevant Coursework: Group Counseling and Psychotherapy, Child and Adolescent Counseling, Ethnic and Cultural Awareness, Marriage and Family Systems, Assessment, Tests, and Measures, and Life Planning and Career Development.
Professional Experience : More than 20 years’ experience counseling children, adolescents, parents, and families using client-focused and CBT techniques. Facilitate group sessions with depressed people and parents to help them learn more effective ways to raise children.