Phone: 919-845-9977 ext. 210
Licensing Board | License: P015151
Julia Powers Davis (she/her) provides therapy with older adolescents, college students & young adults, and adults of all ages. She primarily offers individual therapy, incorporating couples & families into an individual’s treatment as needed. Julia has training and experience in a variety of settings including private practice, community mental health, inpatient psychiatric hospitals, crisis hotlines, homeless shelters, and faith communities. She enjoys working with a variety of topics including but not limited to depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, self-harming and/or suicidal thoughts, eating & body image concerns, LGBTQ+ concerns, and spiritual/religious concerns (religious trauma, spiritual abuse, questioning or shifting one’s spiritual/religious identity, and more). Julia feels committed to working with folks of any or no faith affiliation in a fully inclusive, affirming, nonjudgmental manner. Her therapeutic orientation draws on acceptance & commitment therapy (ACT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), feminist therapy, solution-focused therapy, and more. In other words, Julia hopes to approach therapy holistically, considering together alongside clients any patterns of thoughts, behaviors, emotions, relationships, or circumstances that could benefit from being compassionately accepted and perhaps creatively reimagined.
To learn more about Julia and her clinical approach, feel free to visit her website.