Cherrelle Davis is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her master’s degree from Pfeiffer University. While at UNC, Cherrelle worked as a research assistant collecting data on children’s memory and early childhood experiences. It was there that she developed an understanding of the profound impact of childhood on adolescence and adulthood. Cherrelle also participated in research on eating disorders in minority populations while at UNC. She has a great interest in the treatment of eating disorders in minority populations and enjoys speaking on and educating about multiculturalism in the field.
Cherrelle currently serves as the Associate Clinical Director at the adult facility in Durham. She enjoys working with the adult population and helping people reconnect with their lives. She also enjoys helping therapists become more culturally sensitive as they work with people with eating disorders. She currently facilitates the Exposure Group on and Community Meetings at the adult facility.