Kelly S. Davis, Ph.D.
B.S. Psychology, Idaho State University
M.S. Psychology, Idaho State University
Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, Idaho State University
Dr. Davis is a licensed psychologist in Wisconsin, who received training at Idaho State University and completed her doctoral internship with the WI Dept of Corrections. Her training as a psychologist has included work with a variety of populations within multiple settings, as she was trained from a generalist practitioner model designed to best serve rural and underserved populations. She has received further training in correctional mental health, community mental health, trauma treatment, substance abuse, and work with chronic, severe mental illness. Dr. Davis continues to work for the Dept of Corrections at the Milwaukee Secure Detention Facility, is involved in private practice, and teaching at both the graduate and undergraduate level. Further she is involved in community consultation and community advocacy with the Milwaukee Mental Health Task Force.
In addition to teaching at WSPP, Dr. Davis also is faculty for the University of Phoenix, where she teaches undergraduate courses in psychology and criminal justice at the University’s Milwaukee Campus. Dr. Davis teaches Research Design and Psychological Measurement at WSPP, as well as an Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse elective course. Along with teaching, she provides supervision to WSPP students in individual and group psychotherapy and assessment from an eclectic orientation with an interpersonal emphasis; she also acts as chair & sits on dissertation committees and provides academic advising to WSPP students. Some of her areas of clinical interest include: trauma, forensic psychology, substance abuse, use of research in clinical work, and underserved populations.