Heather Davis, MS, is a practicum student therapist at the Behavioral Wellness Clinic, supervised by Cheri Levinson, Ph.D. She graduated from Florida State University in 2012 with a B.S. in psychology. Heather is currently in her fifth year of the clinical psychology doctoral program at the University of Kentucky.
Heather has experience treating adults and adolescents with eating disorders, depression, anxiety, and trauma. She has also facilitated several types of group therapies focused on cognitive behavioral, mindfulness, and interpersonal skills. Heather has published peer reviewed research articles about risk theory for eating disorders and related problems.
SELECTED RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS
Davis, H. A., Riley, E. N., Smith, G. T., Milich, R. & Burris, J. (2017). Alcohol Use and Strenuous Physical Activity in College Students: A Longitudinal Test of Two Explanatory Models of Health Behavior. Journal of American College Health, 65(2), 112-121.
Davis, H. A., Ortiz, A. M. L., D’Agostino, A. R., & Smith, G. T. (2016). A Two-Stage Risk Model for Bulimic Behavior. In Nina Morton (Ed.), Eating Disorders: Prevalence, Risk Factors and Treatment Options. Nova.
Davis, H. A., Guller, L., & Smith, G. T. (2016). Developmental trajectories of compensatory exercise and fasting behavior across the middle school years. Appetite. DOI: 10.1016/j.appet.2016.08.098