Harrison Davis is an Associate Professor of Counseling in the
Clinical Mental Health Counseling Master's program at North
Georgia College & State University. In addition to his role
as a Counselor Educator and Clinical Supervisor at North Georgia,
Dr. Davis owns a private counseling practice in Atlanta. He
has a passion for teaching, training, and helping others to
overcome psychological, vocational, and social barriers to
happiness. As a product of the Atlanta public school system,
Dr. Davis understands the importance education. His formal
education includes four degrees in psychology/counseling.
In 2003, Dr. Davis graduated from the University of Arkansas (UA)
with a Ph.D. in Counselor Education.
While pursuing his doctoral degree, he worked as a
counselor-in-residence at UA.
In that position, he provided counseling and crisis
intervention services for students living on campus.
Prior to that time, he worked at University of West
Georgia as a staff counselor in the Student Development and
Other clinical experiences include substance abuse and
Dr. Davis is licensed as a professional counselor in the
state of Georgia. He is also authorized to provide clinical supervision for
post-masters counselors and interns in Georgia.
Dr. Davis has a background in individual counseling, crisis intervention
& assessment, and Black American identity development
issues. He has conducted research on factors contributing to
Anxiety and Depression among Black and White college students,
clinical supervision of counselors-in-training, and the
psychological well-being of Black Americans.
Dr. Davis is actively involved in the American Counseling
Association (ACA) and the Association for Multicultural Counselng
& Development (AMCD). He currently serves as the Treasurer for
AMCD. In the past, Dr, Davis served as an elected board member
with the American College Counseling Association, as well as editorial
boards for the Journal of College Counseling and the
Journal of Professional Counseling: Practice, Theory, and
He is also a member of the Licensed Professional Counselors
Association of Georgia and American Mental Health Counselors Association.
Dr. Davis describes himself as genuine and committed to his
clients and students.
His goal is to help those who struggle with doing their