Cheryl L. Davis received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology in 1995 from Fuller Graduate School of Psychology. Her primary clinical emphasis has been in community mental health working with adolescents and adults. She has specialized training in domestic violence issues and currently runs groups for people dealing with domestic violence issues.
Dr. Davis employs a highly collaborative psychotherapy approach encouraging the individual to grow in insight and awareness and to translate this understanding into new behaviors.
Dr. Cheryl L Davis, Phd
Areas of Expertise:
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
PhD in Psychology
Fuller Theological Seminary-School of Psychology
Master of Arts in Psychology
Fuller Theological Seminary
Bachelors of Arts in Religion
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA
Director of Domestic Violence - New Insights, Glendale, CA
Teach and facilitate anger management and domestic violence groups. Provided therapy with groups encompassing anger management and domestic violence. Provide reports to court, train and supervise interns to facilitate group sessions.
Domestic Violence Facilitator - Emerge From Anger, Newhall, CA
Manage state reporting requirements according to court objectives, outcome measures and service deliverable requirements after completion of batterers treatment group. Evaluate progress and provide progress report to court.
Psychologist - CA Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Los Angeles, CA
Counseled clients to assist in anger management, life, social and coping skills, grief and loss, academics, and adjusting to change. Interviewed clients, reviewed records, and conferred with other professionals to evaluate mental condition of client. Formulated and coordinated program plan for treatment, care, and rehabilitation of client. Provided crisis intervention, counseled family members to assist in understanding, dealing with, and supporting client.
Director of Domestic Violence Education and Treatment - Verdugo Mental Health, Glendale, CA