Professor Teresa Davis has been an adjunct faculty member of the Family and Consumer Sciences Department, now Social Work & Family Studies, at Ashland University since 2009, teaching Marriage and Family Relationships. She has been an adjunct faculty member of the Midwest Counseling Program of Ashland Seminary since 1999, teaching Marriage and Family Counseling, Counseling Techniques, Differential Diagnosis, and leading Interpersonal Skills, Practicum, and Internship groups. She has also conducted seminars on marriage and family topics. She has served as a clinical supervisor to counseling interns at Smetzer Counseling Center of Ashland Seminary since 2003. Professor Davis has an undergraduate degree from the University of Akron (1974), and a Masters Degree in Pastoral Counseling from Ashland Seminary (1995). She completed 30 hours of post-graduate clinical course work to become a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in 1997. In addition to her teaching, Professor Davis has also maintained a private counseling practice, Ontario Counseling Center, in Mansfield, Ohio, since 1995. She specializes in individual, marriage, and family counseling, and is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors. She has been married for 39 years to Dr. Tim Davis, who has practiced as a chiropractic physician since 1978. Professor Davis has four sons, three daughters-in-law, and one granddaughter. She enjoys spending time with her husband and family, and delights in serving in Newville Church, where her husband is pastor/teacher and she is involved in women’s ministry.
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