Dr. Erin Davis is an Assistant Professor at Indiana Wesleyan University with over 20 years of experience in the fields of student development, higher education, and counseling. She received her Doctorate and Master’s degrees in Counseling Psychology from Ball State University, with a cognate in Psychological Assessment.
She enjoys interdisciplinary collaboration and participates in the scholarship of teaching and learning, particularly in the areas of psychology, theology, neuroscience, and sociology. Dr. Davis has studied and participated in service work in several countries around the world, including England, Uganda, Egypt, Australia and Portugal, and her research interests include cross-cultural and international psychology.
Dr. Davis’s areas of interest include international student adjustment; neuropsychology and empathy; relational aspects of sexuality; cross-cultural and international psychology; positive psychology; vocation and life calling; coaching; spirituality; and dreams.
Dr. Davis is married to Todd, and they have two children: SheaLah and Caleb.