About Dr. Eric Davis
I received my BSW in Social Work in 1999, MSW in Social Work in 2002, and Ph.D. in Psychology and Christian Counseling in 2010. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Clinical Addiction Counselor, International Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor, Master Addiction Counselor, International Certified Gambling Counselor, Board Certified Professional Christian Counselor, and Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence-Certified Batterers Intervention Program Senior Facilitator. I have been working in the field of mental health and addiction for nearly 20 years...
I offer therapy both in-person and online.
Mental Health & Addiction Assessment
I am available to assess my clients for behavioral health disorders.
I was ordained into Christian ministry in 2009 and am more than happy to offer Christian counseling upon client request.
I provide individual psychotherapy for adults aged 18 and older. While addiction is my primary area of expertise, I can help with a variety of issues including but not limited to anxiety & depression, grief & loss, stress, coping with life changes, and more.
FREE 15-Minute Phone Consultation
I'm more than happy to schedule a time for a FREE phone consultation. This will give us both a chance to talk about what is going on and how I may be able to help. Even if I am not the best fit to help you, I will assist you with an appropriate referral.
I'm available to provide individual psychotherapy via a HIPAA-compliant, confidential online format. We will be able to see and hear each other just like if we were meeting in-person.
Training, Education, & Clinical Supervision
I am available for public speaking engagements and to provide training and education on mental health, addiction, and domestic violence-related topics. CEUs are available with all trainings. I am also available to offer Clinical Supervision.
by Eric L. Davis, Ph.D.
What does the Bible have to do with twelve-step recovery? EVERYTHING!
The Bible and Recovery takes us on a trip through the Biblical aspects evident in the twelve steps and a multitude of other recovery principles; including the power of belief, honesty, open-mindedness, and willingness, sponsorship, gratitude, surrender, making amends, letting go of resentments and more. It also contains references to scripture as well as several practical exercises and examples that can be used in group and individual counseling sessions. A useful tool for therapists, counselors, ministers, laypersons, and individuals in recovery alike!
Available in print, e-book, and .pdf formats!