Ph.D. candidate, Capella University
M.A., Argosy University
B.A., Clayton State University
Ursula Davis is part of the Georgia Health Policy Center’s Center of Excellence for Children’s Behavioral Health team. She brings with her experience in child welfare, mental health, program management, training, and strategic planning.
Davis is currently a Ph.D. candidate in advanced human behavior at Capella University. She also holds a license in professional counseling and has provided individual and group counseling in a clinic setting for adults and adolescents.
Her primary projects at the center include serving as the project manager for the Georgia Beck Initiative. This is a collaborative clinical, educational, and administrative partnership to disseminate Recovery-Based Cognitive Therapy training and consultation through the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities provider network. She also serves as a technical assistance provider for the APEX project supporting clinical grantees in providing school-based mental health services to children and adolescents across the state.