Mitchell has over 30 years of experience in counseling in both the public and private sectors. He has successfully worked with all ages on many issues. Mitchell has experience with outpatient, inpatient, and in-home counseling. Mitchell has provided extraordinary services in his career, including traveling to NYC to service 911 survivors. He was asked train at the State Convention for NAMI and for the World Congress of the American Counseling Association.
With four children and eight grandchildren, rest assured, he has some life experience. Mitchell’s furry-child, named Akia, is a sweet girl who you might get to meet. Mitchell loves the outdoors, reading, camping, watching movies, stand-up comedy, meditation, and walking with Akia. Daily, he practices the same skills he teaches clients, which keeps him grounded and sensible.
Grief and loss
Interpersonal and relationship difficulties
Depression, anxiety, OCD
Frustration, irritability, and anger
Work and school challenges
Personality disorders, such as BPD
Attention, focus, and concentration
Parenting and family issues
Separation and divorce
Anger, irritability, frustration
He specializes in anxiety treatment and is professionally trained in a variety of counseling approaches that can address most problems brought to counseling. Some approaches he uses include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Trauma-Focused, and more. Most importantly, Mitchell seeks to simply create an easygoing, enjoyable, and even, entertaining, atmosphere. Mitchel likes to point out that society’s perception of counseling is outdated and often wrong. In counseling, you receive guidance, insight, and even have fun….
The experience is not about telling you what you are doing wrong, but rather figuring out what you are doing right and using that to recreate parts of life you want to revise.
Learn more about Mitch at mitchelldavenport.com
Introduction of Mitch Davenport, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC).