Anne Davin is a thought leader who helps people turn the knowledge they already have into the embodied wisdom that is waiting for them.
Anne has worked in the health and human services field for the past thirty years as a licensed psychotherapist and organizational development consultant. She completed her doctorate in Depth Psychology and master’s degree in Clinical Counseling Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute, where she also taught as adjunct faculty. Anne holds a bachelor’s degree in Sociology with an emphasis on the study of gender from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
For nearly two decades, Anne directed the nation’s largest comprehensive systems change project for the California State Department of Education. She has provided executive coaching services to agencies, elected officials, and governmental systems including the development of mental health programs to support Native American communities and direct aid services to Southeast Asian Indochinese Vietnam war refugees within the United States.
Anne holds a license to practice psychotherapy in California and New Mexico in addition to her certifications as a Life and Executive Coach. She specializes in the treatment of post-traumatic stress and addictive disorders in women. She is the past Director of Alcohol and other Drug Studies program for the University of California, Santa Barbara Extension and continues to provide training and clinical supervision for university psychology programs, Marriage and Family Therapist interns, and rape and domestic violence crisis workers.
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