Dr. Harrison Davis
Licensed as a Professional Counselor, Dr. Harrison Davis has accrued 20 years of clinical experience, giving him a unique perspective of what is possible in terms of personal growth and change. His aim is to guide adults who are ready to overcome tough challenges, including excessive worrying, resentment, depression, poor decision-making, self-defeating behaviors, and relationship shortcomings.
Known for his open, direct, and empathetic approach to counseling, Dr. Davis works with clients from a wide range of backgrounds; helping everyone to feel empowered. He is passionate about helping others while encouraging everyone to take an active role in the creation of their new lives. Highly skilled at working with individuals, couples, and families, he approaches treatment as a collaborative effort between himself and his clients.
Dr. Davis earned his Ph.D. in Counseling at the University of Arkansas. In his practice, he uses a multifaceted approach to engage his clients throughout the healing process. The principles central to his counseling are person-centered, cognitive-behavioral, and reality therapies. An Associate Professor of Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the University of North Georgia, he has extensive experience training and educating people about overcoming personal obstacles, an ability that carries over into his podcast, “Two Therapists and a Microphone.”
Dr. Asha Dickerson
Asha Dickerson is a Licensed Professional Counselor, educator, consultant, and speaker based in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Dickerson is a native of Montgomery, Alabama, and alumna of the University of Alabama at Birmingham, where she received bachelor’s and master’s degrees. She received her Ph.D. from Auburn University.
Asha has worked with individuals and families of all age ranges and her clinical and academic specialties include multicultural issues, addicted families, and blended family issues. Her previous positions include serving as the family and community service coordinator for an agency designed to serve the special needs of individuals who suffer co-occurring disorders and providing therapeutic services for families in crisis and foster/adoptive families. While in these positions, she created and expanded multiple programs.
Dr. Dickerson is very active in several community, state, and national organizations. Her goals are to educate, encourage, and improve the lives of her clients, students, and the community through her research efforts and commitment to advocacy, mental health, and education.