Greg Davis, LPC
My name is Greg Davis. In 2013 I graduated from B.H. Carroll Theological Institute earning a master's degree in Counseling. Previously I earned a master's degree in Christian Education form Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2005 and a bachelor's degree in sociology from Missouri State University in 1998.
1 unique thing about you?
The beach is my happy place. Whether it is fishing, diving, or sitting with my toes in the sand reading a good book, the ocean brings me joy.
Areas of Specialties
I enjoy working with a variety of clients of various ages including older children, teens, adults. I enjoy premarital and couples counseling as well. I have spent the last 6 years working with trauma, addiction, and crisis care for adults in the criminal justice system.
What is your personal statement? What do you believe about counseling?
We live in a broken world, and sometimes we find ourselves brokenhearted or broken as well. Thankfully we have a savior who binds up the brokenhearted and heals our wounds (Psalm 147:3). In 1989, at the age of 13, I began my journey with Jesus as my Savior and Lord. In 1994, I started working in ministry and have served the Lord in multiple roles both home and abroad. In 2005 I became a pastor of a local church and served there for over 10 years. As God continued to guide and direct my ministry I discovered my love for counseling, and in 2015 I transitioned to counseling fulltime. I believe counseling helps to find the hope that is sometimes dimmed by the brokenness we experience; and that hope leads to the future and healing God desires.