PhD, University of Arkansas; MS, BGS, Northeastern State University
Expressive arts interventions in supervision and counseling, indigenous trauma assessment and intervention
Dr. Dunbar Davison is a licensed professional counselor and supervisor in the state of Oklahoma. Additionally, she is a national certified counselor and a preK–12 certified school counselor in Oklahoma. Upon graduating with her master's degree, she began working with children in therapeutic foster care, providing individual, group, and family counseling. During her doctoral studies, Dr. Dunbar Davison worked as a counselor-in-residence, providing individual and couples counseling services via the University of Arkansas Counseling and Psychological Services Center as well as emergency on-call services to students living in campus residence halls. After completing her doctorate, she was hired as an assistant professor of psychology and counseling at Northeastern State University in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, to teach in the graduate and undergraduate programs. At the same time, she began working for the Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Tulsa, where she provided individual, couples, and family counseling and facilitated expressive arts groups for patients and caregivers. Currently, Dr. Dunbar Davison maintains a private practice where she provides counseling, clinical supervision, and consultation services. She is also an active member of the Oklahoma Counseling Association.