Specializing in Psychotherapy and Pastoral Counseling in Winston-Salem, NC.
"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
27 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 27 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, and Psychodynamic Therapy. 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.
Many of my clients identify as Black, Latinx, Indigenous, transgender, and part of the LGBQIA+ community and I am committed to providing the best care possible to individuals with these experiences. I also welcome individuals of all different faith traditions and spiritual practices and those who claim no particular religious affiliation.