Pam Davis, Ph.D., LPC-S, RPT-S
Licensed Professional Counselor
Pam is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor and a Registered Play Therapist Supervisor who has been working with children, adolescents, adults, and families since 2001. She has a Masters in Counseling Ministries from Wheaton College (2002) and a PhD in Counselor Education from Regent University (2012). She especially enjoys using expressive techniques such as play, sand tray, and art to assist clients in understanding their world and overcoming their problems.
Prior to moving to Charlotte, Pam spent 22 years as a missionary in Thailand and has a unique understanding of the life stressors that families serving in ministry face. She specializes in working with common issues of childhood and adolescence, including peer pressure, self-esteem, anxiety, body image, self-identity, and trauma related issues. Pam also has specialized experience in addressing adult issues of spirituality, providing counseling to survivors of childhood abuse, and serving those who have lived and worked internationally. She seeks to provide an atmosphere of genuine acceptance so that clients can wrestle with their problems and discover true personal freedom.
Pam is currently on the faculty of Gordon-Conwell Seminary, where she is able to live out her passion for teaching and supervising graduate students to become competent counselors. When not teaching or counseling, she enjoys kayaking on Lake Wylie, cooking, and experiencing almost anything new.