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Rayelle Davis, M.Ed., LCPC, NCC, BC-TMH


Rayelle Davis is a nationally board-certified counselor, a licensed clinical professional counselor, and a board-certified telemental health provider. She has taught several undergraduate psychology courses and is currently a doctoral candidate at Duquesne University where she has also worked as an adjunct instructor and clinical supervisor for master's students. She practices psychotherapy at her private practice in Maryland.

As a nontraditional student, Davis earned her associate degree in psychology at Allegany College of Maryland. She went on to earn her bachelor's degree in psychology online at the University of Maryland Global Campus. Davis earned her master's degree in counseling education with a concentration in marriage, couples, and family therapy from Duquesne University.

Davis is a paid member of the Red Ventures Education Integrity Network.

  • Expertise: Counseling; telemental health provider; marriage, couples, and family therapy
  • Education: Doctoral Candidate Counselor Education and Supervision, Duquesne University; M.Ed. Counseling, Marriage, and Family Therapy, Duquesne University; BS Psychology, University of Maryland University College; AS Psychology, Allegany College of Maryland
  • Affiliations: American Counseling Association. North Atlantic Region Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, Maryland Counseling Association, Maryland Rural Health Association, National Board for Certified Counselors

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