Dr. W. Sumner Davis has been a writer, professor, child therapist, and community psychologist. He is currently a Ph.D candidate in Clinical Epidemiology at Walden University School of Health Science in Baltimore, MD. He has spoken nationally on topics ranging from child psychology and parenting, to behavioral health and stress management. Dr. Davis has delivered keynote addresses at professional conferences, workshops, retreats, and for non-profit organizations. Dr. Davis has earned five graduate degrees in areas of psychology, family systems, comparative religions, and public health.
Dr. Davis has written several books, articles, and essays on topics as diverse as faith and spirituality, religion and mysticism, evolutionary biology, and neuroplasticity. His current research is examining associations between psychological trauma from assault/abuse in childhood and metabolic syndrome in adults. The components of metabolic syndrome as defined by the World Health Organization include hypertension, obesity, and insulin resistance.
Psychological trauma from assault/abuse in childhood and metabolic syndrome in adults.