Margaret Davis is a Mental Health Therapist currently working at Community Reach Center on the Early Childhood Services Team. In her role as Infant Mental Health Therapist she works with children zero to three and their caregivers to support healthy development and attachment, as well as supporting mothers experiencing Perinatal Mood Disorders in a therapeutic setting. In addition to this role she is a Mental Health Consultant supporting Nurse Family Partnership and the Perinatal Program at Tri County Health Department in Adams County and facilitates Mama Talk a support group for moms before and after baby. Prior to this role she worked as an Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant and continues to support this work at Community Reach Center through her role as a Reflective Supervisor to other consultants working in the Early Childhood Mental Health field. As part of her interest in improving systems in the state for children and families she is a member of the Pregnancy Related Depression State Advisory Committee and the Advisory Committee for Early Childhood Partnership for Adams County (ECPAC). She has over 20 years experience working with children, their families, and caregivers and has worked as an Early Childhood Teacher and as an English as a Second Language Teacher in South Korea, Thailand, and Japan. She is a lifelong learner and an instructor for the Expanding Quality for Infants and Toddlers (EQIT) initiative through the Colorado Department of Education and Early Childhood Councils for Early Childhood Teachers.
Margaret received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Business from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas and her master’s in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology with a concentration in art therapy from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. She is a passionate artist, dancer and mother of a compassionate 16 year old son.