College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Darcie Davis-Gage

  • School of Applied Human Sciences, Counseling

    Faculty - Division Chair and Program Coordinator of Counseling; Clinical Coordinator of Mental Health Counseling


    Ph.D. University of Iowa
    M.A. Pittsburg State University
    B.A Loras College

    Research Interests

    Dr. Davis-Gage’s research interests are in the area of group counseling, creativity and flow theory, and diversity issues related to counselor education and practice. Her current research agenda includes examining the how popular media can be used to train counselors.

    Teaching Interests

    Group process, multicultural counseling, and mental health specialty courses.


    Dr. Davis-Gage brings 10 years of various counseling experiences to the classroom. She worked as a counselor in a variety of mental health agencies which included a partial hospitalization program, a women’s mental health agency, a college counseling and advising center, and private practice. Dr. Davis-Gage is an active member of the American Counseling Association, the Association of Counselor Education and Supervision, North Central Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, and is current chair of the ACA of Iowa.