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Miranda Davis, MSW, LGSW 
is a Men’s and Youth Services Therapist at Domestic Abuse Project. She received a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Women and Gender Studies from Wake Forest University, and completed her Master’s Degree in Social Work at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. Miranda works with individuals or in group therapy with men who have used abusive behavior, and with children and adolescents who have witnessed and/or experienced abuse. Miranda’s previous experience includes working as an advocate for female victims of domestic violence in North Carolina, as well as researching policies on teen dating violence at the North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Miranda provides a system-focused, Gestalt-oriented style of therapeutic intervention with a belief that change occurs using a “here and now” approach to self-awareness. Miranda believes that each client is an expert in his or her own life and that through an understanding of the self, environment, and relationships with others, individuals can work towards healing from traumatic experiences.  Miranda is dedicated to providing a caring, genuine, and consistent therapeutic relationship with both children and adults to aid their change process.

 

Email: mdavis@mndap.org

Phone: 612.874.7063 x286