Chelsey Davidson - Therapist, GA

Chelsey Davidson

PSYCHOTHERAPIST
LCSW – LCSW006624

I spcialize in working with children, teens and families. I provide directive and non-directive play therapy apporaches. I work with children who have a history of trauma, depression, anxiety and adjustment issues following family distrubances such as divorce or family losses. I strive to proved a safe place for children to explore their thoughts and emotions related to the struggle that they are learning to cope with. I am trained in evidence based treatment models such as ARC and TF-CBT and apply play therapy techniques to these models of treatment. I am trained in Motivational Interviewing, Aggression Replacement Training and am working towards becoming a Registered Play Therapist.

Chelsey Davidson - Therapist, GA

Chelsey Davidson

PSYCHOTHERAPIST
LCSW – LCSW006624

I spcialize in working with children, teens and families. I provide directive and non-directive play therapy apporaches. I work with children who have a history of trauma, depression, anxiety and adjustment issues following family distrubances such as divorce or family losses. I strive to proved a safe place for children to explore their thoughts and emotions related to the struggle that they are learning to cope with. I am trained in evidence based treatment models such as ARC and TF-CBT and apply play therapy techniques to these models of treatment. I am trained in Motivational Interviewing, Aggression Replacement Training and am working towards becoming a Registered Play Therapist.

I have worked in a variety of settings such as hospitals, schools and community agencies prior to expanding into private practice. I received a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Denver.

Self Pay Rate

$170 Initial Assessment
$140 Per Hour Sessions

Insurances Accepted

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Email: ChelseyDavidson@BrightPathCC.com or Call: 770.676.0737 for Appointment Availability!

Chelsey Davidson - Therapist, GA

“When we name an emotion or experience, it doesn’t give that emotion or experience more power, it gives us more power”. – Brene Brown

“When we name an emotion or experience, it doesn’t give that emotion or experience more power, it gives us more power”. – Brene Brown