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Wade Davis

Wade Davis
M.A., Clinical Psychology, Antioch University
Marriage & Family Therapist Lic. #31550

I have been a psychotherapist in the mental health field since the early 1990s. I became licensed as a therapist in 1996 following internships which focused on addiction, HIV and AIDS. It was my initial work in the field with the homeless and those in crisis and adjustment that instilled in me the importance of the therapist-client relationship.

I have also lectured at Antioch University, Pepperdine University and numerous clinics working with interns on the formation of identity, self-esteem, and confidence. I have aided new therapists on the issues and needs of the gay, lesbian, and transgendered communities within the therapeutic process. I have also been a speaker in the business community and schools on the practices of safe sex and the ways to weave a healthy sexuality in the climate of fear and concerns about sexually transmitted diseases and HIV.

Recently, I have facilitated small group forums on the school level to explore bullying issues that can damage or affect early the emerging sense of self.