Raeleen Davis is a mother, wife, and professional counselor specializing in working with teens and young adults to navigate the unique challenges that are faced during this difficult transitional stage of life.
She works to build a therapeutic relationship based on trust and mutual respect, with the recognition that you are not a problem to be solved, but a person to be understood. By creating a non-judgmental, empathetic atmosphere where you feel safe, you are able to express yourself freely and feel empowered to make healthy decisions for yourself.
Raeleen specializes in working with teens and young adults, but has served a variety of populations throughout her career, including work with children, adolescents, adults, individuals with developmental disabilities and traumatic brain injuries, as well as couples and families.
In 2007, Raeleen graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Central Michigan University. After spending several years working in research, Raeleen returned to school and earned her Master of Arts in Counseling and Post-Master’s Specialization in Mental Health from Oakland University.
Raeleen is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Michigan. She is also a nationally board-certified counselor (NCC).
In addition to her role as a therapist, Raeleen is an executive board member of the Michigan Mental Health Counselor’s Association.