Specializing in Psychotherapy and Pastoral Counseling in Winston-Salem.
"I have known Rhonda Davis for many years. Rhonda is a gentle soul who knows how to softly listen as people are expressing their feelings. She is highly intuitive. This skill enhances her listening and enables Rhonda to guide folks on the path to healing. I have recommended her to many individuals who are struggling with deep issues. She knows exactly what is needed for healing. Rhonda is a gifted therapist and healer."
Gail Rogers, MA, LPC, Lexington, NC
25 years in practice
6 years as a Hospice Bereavement Counselor
Master of Social Work (MSW) from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Master of Divinity (MDiv) from Duke Divinity School
LCSW, Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Services & Areas of Expertise
Throughout my 25 years of professional experience, I consistently receive feedback from my clients that they trust me and find that I engage them in a meaningful therapeutic relationship. I seek to understand what is happening in their emotional, physical and spiritual lives, emphasizing the importance of the body-mind connection.
I enjoy working with teenagers, adults, and families. I use many therapeutic interventions such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Psychodynamic Therapy, and Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR). I also use Jungian Sandtray Therapy, meditation practices, art, and creative expression to accompany clients in their healing journeys. I am committed to staying engaged in current research on effective interventions for healing and wholeness.
I have experience working with clients about major life-transitions, grief and loss, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, health issues, chronic pain, fertility issues, physical impairment, relationship issues, gender identity, and sexual orientation. I also assist clients who are interested in exploring spiritual struggles or ways their spirituality may impact their healing process as they learn to cope with various life-challenges.
I practice Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR) which is helpful for a wide range of mental health concerns. Eye movements or other forms of bilateral stimulation seem to activate your problem solving process; something that happens during REM sleep when your eyes are darting back and forth. By focusing on a specific problem, and both its negative and positive emotions, sensations, and beliefs, then adding bilateral stimulation, your brain begins problem solving. Since you are focused on the specific problem, your brain is able to work through it more effectively than what would happen if it randomly comes up while you are sleeping. EMDR is a very effective therapy intervention for anxiety, grief, phobias, addictions, pain, trauma, PTSD, and other mental health issues.
"I highly recommend Rhonda's services to anyone needing help to navigate life's rocky journey."
The journey of healing and wholeness is unique to each individual. My style of therapy is to engage each person's strengths and interests as we seek a healing path together. I have been working for over 25 years assisting a variety of teenagers, adults, and families to find healing and wholeness amidst the challenges of their lives. I enjoy working with people from a wide range of cultural experiences, spiritual beliefs, ages, and life-stages. I focus on the resiliency of the person and explore ways that enhance their coping skills.
As a colleague, I found Rhonda to have a unique ability to connect instantly with clients. Her integrity, expertise, and experience offer positive solutions to the hurting.
– Tonya Ragan
Get in Touch
Robinhood Executive Center
3447 Robinhood Road
Winston Salem, NC 27106
Monday - Friday 9am - 6:00pm
I accept Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Carolina Behavioral Health Alliance, Cigna, MedCost, United Health Care, and Medicare insurance.
Please give me a call at 336-565-2100 or send me a private email below for a brief consultation.
"Rhonda is just a gem. Rhonda is empathetic and knowledgeable, and she takes the time to get to know you as a person, so her recommendations for reading or exercises are always tailored to you. It was helpful for me to have Rhonda acknowledge my loss and how awful and devastating it felt, without trying to "fix it" or put a spin on it (i.e., "they're in a better place now"). Grief is not linear and there are still weird days occasionally, but processing it with Rhonda absolutely helped me come out of the fog and start to feel like myself again. Super grateful to have found her and would recommend her to anyone in a similar situation!"