sandra davis, psyd
My area of specialty involves the treatment of children, adolescents, and young adults, in close collaboration with parents and families, though I also work with adults.
I have acquired a diverse range of skill sets as a result of my supervised clinical experience and work history, and have conducted individual, group, family, and couples' therapies with clients of various backgrounds and ages. I received neuropsychological training during my practicum, and was privileged to gain a breadth of therapeutic and assessment experience during internship with The Donaldson Wellness Center and post-doctoral fellowship with The Jones Center for Children’s Therapy and Assessment, where I remained as a supervising psychologist after becoming independently licensed. My previous four-years' experience delivering mental health services directly to the citizens of Grayson and Dallas counties in my work with MHMR facilities has resulted in a unique understanding, treating a wide range of disorders as well as linking families to useful resources within their communities.
I graduated with my Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Argosy University, Dallas, in August 2012, having also obtained a Master’s of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Argosy University, Dallas in 2010, and a Bachelor’s of Arts in Psychology from Austin College in 2006.
I use a specialized and individualistic approach in every session I conduct. I implement a fusion of therapeutic approaches including person-centered, cognitive-behavioral, and psychodynamic modalities tailored to each individual, couple, or family with whom I work. When working with children and adolescents, I believe the parents are an integral part of the child’s recovery and therefore strive for close collaboration with parents throughout their child’s treatment.