Todd R. Davis, MA, LMHC
Todd completed his undergraduate degree at Anderson University and went on to earn his graduate degree at Grace College with additional graduate work at Ball State University. His passion for helping others originated from growing up on the campus of a juvenile treatment facility near Wabash, IN where his father was the superintendent. It was this facility where he began his career.
He has vast experience in the mental health field. Since 1994, he has worked with individuals, groups, and families at inpatient and residential treatment centers, and in a university setting as a counselor and a professor. Todd started at Selah House in 2007 and served as the family therapist for nine years. He then transitioned into a position as a PHP primary therapist, focusing solely on group work.
Todd’s passion for truth, which embraces both the glory and joy of life as well as the depravity and messiness of life, has provided him with a compassion and a calling to walk with clients as they seek connection and community in the midst of their own stories.
“I love to travel, hike, snowboard, and laugh with friends!”