About wendy davenson
About Myself
Name: Wendy Davenson
Education: BA, MFT, School Counseling
Schools:  Kent State University, Southern Connecticut State University, University of Hartford
Office Location:  88 Church Hill Road, Sandy Hook, CT 06482
Office telephone: 203 426-1997
    Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist:  Connecticut
    Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor:  Connecticut, Rhode Island
    Certified Family Life Educator
    Certified Family Therapist
    Certified Thanatologist
    Certified Relationship             Specialist
    Certified Addiction Counselor
Professional Memberships:
    Parenting Together After Divorce
    Grief and Growth: A Manual for Counselors and Educators
Wendy Davenson, LMFT, LADC
I am a licensed marriage and family therapist as well as a licensed alcohol and drug counselor in private practice in Connecticut.  I have numerous certifications, which include Family Life Educator and Thanatologist. I am also an adjunct professor at two higher education institutions.  I am an AAMFT Approved Supervisor.  
My private practice specializes in working with families and individuals who are dealing with a myriad of developmental and acute issues, specifically with addictions, marital issues, family crises, grief and loss, geriatric issues, depression and anxiety, and death and dying.
I do divorce mediation with a Connecticut Attorney as well as serve as a psychotherapist Parent Coordinator for high conflict post divorce co-parenting.  Many divorce attorneys refer clients to me for the development of co-parenting plans in the divorce process.  This allows the couple to work collaboratively to design a co-parenting plan that is truly in the best interests of the children while still pursing the divorce process through their attorneys.
In addition to college teaching where I teach courses in addiction and marriage and family therapy, I offer specialized workshops upon request.
I have written several booklets for parents who are divorcing as well as a book for counselors and educators on understanding grief and loss.
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