Dear Dr. Davis-
You have been on my mind a lot lately. Here is why, when our son, Bobby, was in second grade, it was suggested to us by the teaching staff and then principal to seek help for his “behavioral” issues. I brought Bobby to you in tears not knowing what we were doing wrong. After working with him for 9 months, you sat me down and told me that he was much more mature than other’s his age. That one day when he turned 18 he would be a fantastic adult. Well, time certainly does fly. He turned 18 on December 23rd and YOU would be very proud of him as we are. He is currently a senior in High School, was crowned a Home Coming Prince, has just started his first job and pulled himself together very well. He has been a camp counselor several times, is an officer for two youth groups and the list goes on. I recently was speaking with a parent that is new to his school and mentioned your name as her son is having difficulties. It brought back many emotions. I felt her pain as a parent. So, a BIG thank you for all you have done and continue to do for others. I hope you are well. Regards,
Dear Dr. Davis……..
My follies were what they were. But seems I’m moving beyond them. To me, that’s as big a marker as anything. Victims are prisoners of their past. With your help, feel I’ve not only dealt with the past successfully but am transcending it. There’s no possible way I could do that on my own.
So thanks. You’re a true helper and real pro.