Title: Mental Health Practitioner
Location: New York, New York, United States
Diane Gardner Davis, PhD, Mental Health Practitioner, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Doctors for dedication, achievements, and leadership in mental health services.
Dr. Davis is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who has found success with numerous organizations and companies throughout her decades of experience in the field. She prepared for her career pursuits at Lincoln University, graduating with a master’s degree in human services in 2000, and continued her education at Capella University, earning a Doctor of Philosophy in human services and mental health counseling in 2014. In addition to her primary positions, Dr. Davis is the author of “The Art of Success: Strategies on How to Obtain Your Dreams,” which was published in 2017. Among her career accomplishments, she is proud of implementing a needs assessment in 2014 to explore the problem of lacking mental health interventions by Medicaid-eligible providers in New York State.
Since 2016, Dr. Davis has been affiliated as a mental health therapist with the Family Preservation Services of New York Corporation, and since 2014 she has served as the chief executive officer of the same organization. She is a mental health practitioner through Talkspace, Urban Neighborhood Services, and the Jewish Community Center of Greater Coney Island. From 2014 to 2018, Dr. Davis garnered experience as a mental health clinician with Brooklyn Community Services. For her accomplishments in the field, she has been recognized with numerous awards and accolades, including a 2022 City Council Citation, a 2022 Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition, a 2022 Distinguished Women Award from the 46th District in New York, and a 2022 proclamation from the state of New York, among further honors. In her spare time, Dr. Davis enjoys reading, meditating, traveling, cooking, community service, jazz festivals, classical concerts, and exercising.
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