Davis Ann Parrott, LCMHC, NCC


My Approach

I believe that authenticity, empathy, and acceptance are powerful tools in supporting growth and healing. Counseling is an individualized and collaborative process, and I aim to guide clients to increase self-awareness, decrease symptoms, gain new perspectives, and expand personal strengths to have a more meaningful life experience.  I approach counseling with a person-centered framework, and incorporate mindfulness and evidence-based theories, such as, Dialectical Behavior therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral therapy. I specialize in working with adolescents and young adults who are navigating eating disorders, body image distress, anxiety, depression, and life transitions. I approach wellness from a body-positive, Health at Every Size perspective, and my goal is to offer counseling that is evidence based, and culturally responsive.

  • Treatment Specialties

  • Services Provided

  • Education

    Master of Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, North Carolina State University
    Bachelor of Arts in History and Human Service Studies, Elon University
  • Experience

    I have had the privilege of working with a diverse range of clients in a variety of therapeutic settings. During graduate school, I served as a therapy intern at Community Counseling, Education, and Research Center, CCERC,  and provided community-based mental health services. At CCERC, I developed a passion for working with adolescents. Most recently, I have worked with children and adolescents with eating disorders providing individual, group, and family therapy across inpatient, residential, partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient levels of care.  Through my various counseling roles, I have experience in working with individuals with anxiety, depression, life transitions, and stress, to name a few.
  • Insurance

    Blue Cross Blue Shield (excluding Blue Home with UNC Health Alliance and HMO plans)

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