Pam Davis is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor and a Registered Play Therapist Supervisor who has been counseling children, adolescents, adults, and families since 2001. She uses expressive techniques such as play, sandtray, art, and yoga to help clients understand their world and overcome their problems. Prior to moving home to NC, Pam spent 22 years in Thailand, consulting with orphanages, promoting the human rights of children, and providing counseling to local and expatriate families. She specializes in working with issues of childhood and adolescence, including self-esteem, anxiety, body image, self-identity, adoption, and trauma related issues. Pam is currently on the faculty of Gordon Conwell Seminary, where she is able to live out her passion for teaching and supervising graduate students to become competent counselors. She is fond of yoga, kayaking, and experiencing almost anything new.