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    • Reconnect With Yourself and Your Relationships

    • Self-esteem ~ Depression ~ Anxiety

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      Individuals

      Individuals

      Self-esteem ~ Depression ~ Anxiety

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    • Communication ~ Intimacy ~ Affairs

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      Couples

      Couples

      Communication ~ Intimacy ~ Affairs

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    • Parenting ~ Teens ~ Children

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      Families

      Families

      Parenting ~ Teens ~ Children

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    • I’m glad you’re here. I know it can be daunting to search online for someone to walk beside you through life’s trials. I’ve created this website, as well as my company's website, TheDavisGroup.org, to help you decide whether I’d be a good fit for you. Explore as much as you’d like; when you’re ready to reach out I’d love to hear from you!

      A little bit about what makes my counseling unique. I maintain my practice on the side of my main job as a professor in Alliant International University's Couple and Family Therapy program, which provides several benefits. First, it allows me to keep my practice small - my caseload is only seven people - thus ensuring you get my full attention. Second, as an award-winning researcher and author of some of my field's most popular textbooks, I'm on the cutting edge of the field. I'm also one of only about eight people in the valley with a PhD in Marriage and Family Therapy from a COAMFTE-accredited program - the highest level of MFT accreditation in the nation.

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    • My Latest Blog Posts

      Contentment

      August 17, 2015
      Contentment

      As a marriage and family therapist, I’m often asked how I’m able to hear so many difficult things day after day. Truth is, while seeing the hidden side of people’s lives can be challenging at times, the unintended benefits far outweigh the costs. One of the biggest benefits has been

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      Empathy

      August 14, 2015
      Empathy

      In grad school, when I first started seeing clients, I found it hard to be nonjudgmental. Naturally, the more judgmental I was, the less effective I was as a therapist. A supervisor helped me with this by pointing out that most people are trying their best to get through life. Not many people wake

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