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September 19, 2013

Pamela Davis Joins Psychology Faculty at Wheaton College

Dr. Pamela S. Davis recently joined the Wheaton College faculty as Assistant Professor of Psychology.

Previously, Davis served as an adjunct instructor overlooking clinical internships and practicums at Regent University. She first joined the Wheaton College faculty as a Visiting Assistant Professor in the M.A. Clinical Psychology program in 2012.

Davis is a graduate of Liberty University, where she earned a B.S. in English Education. She graduated from Wheaton College with an M.A. in Mental Health Ministries, and completed a doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision at Regent University.

Davis has also served as a Regional Member Care Coordinator for Asia Pacific at TEAM Mission in Wheaton, Ill., where she has developed and supervised mental health caregivers for over 300 TEAM missionaries for nine years.

“Dr. Davis has a tremendous background in the mission field—about 22 years of missionary service—with most of it focused in meeting mental health needs for missionary families and couples,” says Wheaton College provost Dr. Stanton Jones. “She brings outstanding wisdom to the field of counselor education and is going to be integral to shifting the focus of our Master’s program from a clinical psychology program to a counselor’s education program.”

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