Savilla Davis

Therapy should be a partnership and the job of a counselor is first to seek to understand the client’s perspectives and needs. As humans, we not only value but need true connection to foster healing and growth. To help others be seen and understood is my greatest privilege. I believe some of the most profound changes within a person often come from the quiet moments of reflection and from presence of another human connection. 
 

Through my experience working with underprivileged youth and families in Dallas and Plano, I've experienced the impact of trauma and obstacles that impede personal growth.

​​As a graduate student gaining clinical experience, Ms. Davis is under the supervision The King's University, Sonya Heckler Cheyne, PhD, LPC-S, NCC, and Kristin Witte-Hubbard, M.Ed., LPC.

Professional Level

  • Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) graduate student

 

Areas of interest

  • Couples

  • Families​

  • Adolescents

  • Premarital Counseling

  • Christian Counseling

  • Trauma

  • Anger

  • Shame 

  • Addiction

Clinical Experience

  • Adolescents

  • Adults

  • Economically challenged (low-income) families

  • At-risk youth

Theoretical Approaches

  • Person-centered Therapy

  • Cognitive Behavioral therapy

  • Narrative Therapy

  • Solution Focused Therapy

Education

  • Master of Marriage and Family Therapy

  • B.A. Communition Studies, Major; Psychology, Minor

 

Certifications & Trainings

  • Marriage: Prepare & Enrich Certified

  • Trauma: The Body Keeps the Score training

  • EMDR training

Professional Organizations

  •  American Association of Christian Counselors