DR. ALLISON DAVIS
Counselor. Educator. Researcher.
My work focuses on the development of mothers' psychoecological growth in matrescence, the transition into motherhood. I approach maternal ecodistress as an opportunity to heal our attachment to nature and offer a path through the mental health dangers of green motherhood towards lifestyles that are psychologically healthy and ecologically sustainable. Through articulation and application of an ecofeminist-informed developmental approach, I foster ecological thinking and contact with nature for psychotherapeutic healing and growth.
Researcher at Teacher College Columbia's Maternal Psychology Lab with PI Dr. Aurelie Athan creating a model for maternal psychoecological development in matrescence.
Adjunct faculty at Southwestern College in the Master's of Clinical Counseling Program, teaching expressive arts and play therapy, lifespan development, and other core courses.
Editorial Board Member for the Journal of Mental Health and Climate Change
Types of Speaking and Topics
Keynotes for original research.
The ecological awakening of mothers and a stage model for understanding mother's ecological development in matrescence.
Seminars for clinical training.
Workshops for hands-on learning.
Nature-allied experiential and expressive arts counseling for mothers and ecotherapy applications for clinical professionals.
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