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Davey Erekson

Assistant Clinical Professor, Licensed Psychologist

Statement of Supervision Philosophy

  • Academic Training
    • Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Brigham Young University, 2014; M.A. Psychology in Education, Teachers College, Columbia, 2007
  • Internship
    • Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk VA, 2013-2014
  • Licensure/Certifications
    • Licensed Psychologist, State of Utah
    • Board Certified in Counseling Psychology, American Board of Profession Psychology
  • Professional Affiliations
    • American Psychological Association
    • Society for Psychotherapy Research
  • Areas of Special Interest/Current Professional Activities
    • Anxiety disorders
    • Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation
    • Interpersonal/Family of origin concerns
    • Couples therapy
    • Chronic pain
  • Primary Theoretical Orientation
    • Humanistic/Client-centered
    • Integrative (with training in client-centered therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, acceptance commitment therapy, and emotion-focused therapy)
  • Recent Scholarly Works
    • Erekson, D.M., Janis, R., Bailey, R.J., Cattani, K., & Pedersen, T. (in press). A longitudinal investigation of the impact of psychotherapist training: Does training improve client outcomes? Journal of Counseling Psychology.
    • Cavallini, A. Q., Erekson, D. M., Steinberg, R. M., Clayson, R. A., & Albright, D. D. (2017). Family History, Gender, and Eating and Body Image Concerns in University Students Seeking Counseling Services. Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 1-19.
    • Anderberg, E., Cox, J. C., Neeley Tass, E. S., Erekson, D. M., Gabrielsen, T. P., Warren, J. S., ... & South, M. (2017). Sticking with it: Psychotherapy outcomes for adults with autism spectrum disorder in a university counseling center setting. Autism Research.
    • Erekson, D. M., Horner, J., & Lambert, M. J. (2016). Different lens or different picture? Comparing methods of defining dramatic change in psychotherapy. Psychotherapy Research, 1-11.
    • Beecher, M. E., Eggett, D., Erekson, D.M., Rees, L. B., Bingham, J., Klundt, J., & Griner, D. (2016). Sunshine on my shoulders: Weather, pollution, and emotional distress. Journal of Affective Disorders, 205, 234-238.
    • Erekson, D. M., Lambert, M. J., & Eggett, D. L. (2015). The relationship between session frequency and psychotherapy outcome in a naturalistic setting. Journal of consulting and clinical psychology, 83(6), 1097.
    • Burlingame, G. M., Gleave, R., Erekson, D.M., Nelson, S. L., Olsen, J., Thayer, S., & Beecher, M. (2015). Differential effectiveness of group, individual, and conjoint treatments: An archival analysis of OQ-45 change trajectories. Psychotherapy Research, 1-17.
    • Mondragon, S.A., Lambert, M.J., Nielsen, S.L., Erekson, D.M. (2015). Comparative psychotherapy outcomes of sexual minority clients and controls. International Journal of Education and Social Science.
    • Erekson, D.M., & Lambert, M.J. (2015). Client-centered Psychotherapy. In The Encyclopedia of Clinical Psychology. Wiley-Blackwell.
    • Lambert, M. J., & Erekson, D. M. (2008). Positive psychology and the humanistic tradition. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 18(2), 222.
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