- Wayne State University, Social Work, MI, 2010
Alana Davis is a licensed, master’s level social worker with designations in both macro and clinical level practice. Her experience includes work in juvenile justice, adolescent behavioral health, family therapy, group therapy, as well as community reintegration. She is trained in:
- Cognitive behavioral therapy
- Dialectic behavioral therapy
- Motivation interviewing
- Brief strategic solution-focused therapy
- Trauma-focused therapy.
She is passionate about enhancing emotional awareness to promote positive interactions and relationships. She believes in partnering with other providers to create the best outcome for her patients. Alana received her MSW at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI. She began her career with Henry Ford in School Based Integrated Care providing therapy via a collaborative care model to high school students.
“I always seek to provide quality, collaborative, patient-centered care. My goal is to assist individuals to increase awareness and ability to cope as it relates to mental health issues.”
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