Bryce K. Davis, is a third-year student in the clinical psychology Ph.D., program at SLU. Bryce earned his B.A. in psychology and sociology at Bowling Green State University and had a Master's experience in clinical mental health counseling at Bowling Green State University.
Prior to coming to SLU for his Ph.D., Bryce worked in university-based mental health outreach, community mental health, school-based (K-8) mental health, and youth and adolescent (ages 4-17) residential mental health. Bryce has a passion for working with clients who have diverse identities and backgrounds and men’s mental health. A part of Bryce’s approach to therapy is examining how forces, such as oppression, impact a person’s mental wellness. When not in class, working on research or seeing clients, you can find Bryce watching a scary movie or hanging out with his fraternity, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.