John Davis carries a Clinical Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and is a Certified Addictions Counselor (CACll). He specializes exclusively with males – teens and young adults, ages 13-35+, who are struggling with the mixed messages and conflicting information from their peers, schools, and society. John takes a comprehensive approach to therapy – treating his clients, and then working with their families to create healthier home and relationship dynamics. John’s approach to therapy is connection-based – he works first to build a relationship with each young adult, then to guide each one to better decisions and choices, based on what he understands about that individual. His unique approach means that each client has a relationship with John based on where that client is at that time – there are no set solutions, no textbook-based answers. By creating a connection first, John is able to build a high level of confidence with each young man, and create a space of safety so each client can share his struggles and fears without fear of judgement or condemnation. These connections often become long-term friendships, and former clients often maintain contact with John long after their therapy is complete.
John is the founder and President of the 2xtreme Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization founded in 1999 which serves families and young men in the Colorado area. Through the 2xtreme Foundation, scholarships are granted so that more young men have access to these unique services.
He is a public speaker to universities, graduate and high schools, businesses, youth organizations, student athletes (age group to Olympic qualifiers) and churches. He speaks from his heart about his passion for supporting young men, and has enabled many success stories.
John has been found rock climbing on five continents and has a real passion for the outdoors. We try to keep an eye on John, but we find him on the rocks a lot…