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Raquel Guidry-Davis, Ed.D., MSW

Assistant Professor, Social Work



Demoss Hall, Room 3314



  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Alabama
  • Certified Private Independent Practice (PIP) in the state of Alabama



  • Ed.D., Liberty University
  • MSW, University of Houston, Graduate School of Social Work
  • B.S. Psychology, University of Houston


  • Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA
  • Subject Matter Expert/Course Developer, School of Social Work, Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA
  • Dissertation Committee Chair/Reader (ongoing)- Department of Community Care and Counseling, Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA
  • Owner and Clinical Director, Mosaic Counseling and Wellness, Mobile, AL
  • Adjunct Professor, Department of Community Care and Counseling, Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA
  • Board of Directors, Restoring Aid and Inspiring Our Neighbors (RAIN Group), Mobile, AL
  • MSW Field Instructor and Preceptor, Houston VA Medical Center, Houston, TX
  • Clinical Social Worker, Houston VA Medical Center, Houston, TX
  • Clinical Case Manager, Triumph Hospital, Houston, TX
  • Lead Social Worker/Case Manager- Brentwood Wellness Access Project, Houston, TX
  • Contract Mental Health Therapist, MAC House, Houston, TX


  • Guidry, R., Floyd, C.G., Volk, F., & Moen, C.E. (2019). The exacerbating impact of moral disapproval on the relationship between pornography use and depression, anxiety, and relationship satisfaction. The Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 46(2), 103-121. doi: 10.1080/0092623x.2019.1654579
  • Guidry, R. (2019). Black women and the superwoman persona, aka SBW: My experience as a strong black woman (SBW). In Villareal-Davis, C., Edwards, N.N. & Chamberlin, B. Multicultural considerations in counseling women. In P. Hinkley, J. Davis. A. Knight, & A. Crable (Eds.) Counseling women: Integration of faith. Durbuque, IA; Kendall Hunt
  • Dissertation: Partner pornography use and effects on female partners: The moderating effects of religious coping and the SBW stereotypy on women’s mental health and relationship satisfaction.


Dr. Guidry-Davis finds great joy in teaching and is a licensed clinical social worker with over 20 years of experience in counseling and social work. She has developed several online social work courses and remains active in academic research and presentations. Her experience ranges from medical social work, private practice specializing in marriage and family, community mental health, and counseling ministries within the church. Dr. Guidry-Davis’ research interests, academic publications, and conference presentations focus on the impact of pornography use on marital relationships and mental health, and also the Strong Black Woman stereotypy, its multifaceted interpersonal dynamics, cultural competency, and the intersectionality of religiosity. She is passionate about diversity, multiculturalism, and education. Professor Guidry-Davis also serves on dissertation committees for aspiring doctoral candidates.

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