Matthew Davis

Counseling Services

Individual Counseling

Together we will navigate through difficult situations and help you to take control of your own happiness in life.
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Teletherapy Services

With the option of teletherapy, we can be flexible with appointment times and you can engage in your session wherever is convenient for you.
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Family Therapy

Family therapy is designed to improve communication between family members, address specifically challenging dynamics, and resolve conflicts.
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Couples Therapy

I will provide a safe and comfortable space where we can work on underlying issues that may be impacting your relationship.
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Animal-Assisted Therapy

Utilizing animals during therapy sessions has been shown to boost mood and self-esteem and help to decrease depression and anxiety.
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About Matthew

I provide treatment services to children (10 years and above), adolescents, adults, families, and couples seeking to make positive changes in their lives, strengthen their relationships with others, and/or overcome barriers in their lives.

I have significant experience working with individuals and families who are dealing with adjustment disorders, Phase of Life situations, marital/relationship conflicts, grief and loss issues, depression, anxiety/panic, PTSD, bipolar disorder, sexual trauma, ADHD, behavioral problems in children and youth, self-esteem, self-harming, bullying, oppositional defiance, peer relationships, domestic violence, domestic/dating abuse, addictions, co-occurring disorders, family dynamic issues, parenting struggles, transitioning with family separations and divorce, children in foster care, anger management, and personality disorders.

I utilize person-centered, evidence-based interventions. Using Cognitive Behavioral Techniques, DBT, Relational Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and Animal Assisted Therapy.

I began my education at Syracuse University, obtaining bachelor’s degrees in Social Work and Psychology. I went on to begin graduate work at Florida State University and obtained my master’s degree in Social Work from the University at Buffalo. I’ve gained many years of experience working with children, adolescents, teens, adults, families, and couples struggling with mental health issues in outpatient settings.

As a therapy dog, Chase is able to sense when someone is feeling uneasy and is very comfortable around all people. Chase is present in sessions for your enjoyment.