Amy P. Davis

Assistant Professor

       Amy P. Davis


Amy Davis has 9 years experience as a school counselor, and has been a full time counselor educator since Fall 2019. Her focus is on counseling children and adolescents. She is working on her School-Based Registered Play Therapist certification to be completed fall 2020.

Research Interests

  • School Counseling


  •   Counselor Education (PhD)
    The University of Alabama
  •   School Counseling (MAEd)
    University of North Alabama
  •   Secondary Education (MA)
    The University of Alabama
  •   English Teaching (BA)
    Lipscomb University

Selected Intellectual Contributions

  • Amy P. Davis. 2019. Comparing the use of cinematherapy and bibliotherapy to teach character education: a quasi-experimental study.
  • Jan W. Chandler, Joy J. Burnham, Morgan E Kiper Riechel, Carol A. Dahir, Carolyn B. Stone, Dariel F. Oliver, Amy P. Davis, and Kenya G. Bledsoe. 2018. Assessing the Counseling and Non-Counseling Roles of School Counselors.. Journal of School Counseling
  • Joy J. Burnham, Kagendo Mutua, Tallent, Desire\'e A, Olivia P. Robinson, Kenya G. Bledsoe, and Amy P. Davis. 2018. Comparing the Fears of Children With and Without Significant Disabilities.. Canadian Journal of Counselling \& Psychotherapy/Revue Canadienne de Counseling et de Psychoth\'erapie
  • Amy P. Davis, S Allen Wilcoxon, and Karen M. Townsend. 2017. Options and Considerations for Using Bibliotherapy in the School Setting.. Alabama Counseling Association Journal