Jama Davis, Ph.D.
- Ph.D. Professional Counseling, Liberty University
- M.A. Counseling Psychology, Ball State University
- B.S. Psychology and Business, Indiana Wesleyan University
Dr. Davis began teaching at Liberty in 2007 and has over 30 years of clinical and educational experience. In addition to teaching, she has served as an Instructional Mentor and facilitated online training of newly hired faculty for Liberty. Dr. Davis is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Indiana and Licensed Professional Counselor in North Carolina. She is also a National Certified Counselor and Board Certified Professional Christian Counselor along with being a member of the American Counseling Association, Indiana Counseling Association and American Association of Christian Counselors. Since 1988, Dr. Davis has presented at conferences, seminars, and retreats.
Clinical work for Dr. Davis has focused extensively on trauma, eating disorders, mood and anxiety disorders, women’s issues and leadership transitions. She has counseled and taught internationally, most recently working with women leaders in Rwanda. Her research interests include loneliness and leadership, trauma and resilience, and women’s issues.