Dr. Tiffanie Davis Henry, co-host of ABC’s The Revolution, is a therapist and relationship expert who helps people with their emotional well-being by delving into issues and sharing powerful insights. Dr. Davis Henry’s philosophy is that if we allow our fears to mold our lives, then we may never know what we are capable of being and miss our opportunity for greatness.
Most recently, Dr. Davis Henry ran a thriving practice in Atlanta that focused on helping women and couples forge healthier relationships. Originally from Charlotte, she obtained her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and her master’s degree, specializing in professional counseling, at Argosy University in Atlanta, GA. She completed her doctoral degree in human sexuality education at Widener University in Chester, PA.
In addition to her private practice, Dr. Davis Henry has published articles in The Gainesville Times. She has been featured in People You Need to Know magazine, Rolling Out magazine and Australian Women Online magazine, as well as written for fitAtlanta magazine and Cosmopolitan magazine. Dr. Davis Henry is an active member of the American Psychological Association.
Additionally, as an expert in her field, Dr. Davis Henry has appeared on seasons one and two of the VH1 reality show What Chilli Wants, TLC’s My Strange Addiciton, and recurring episodes of Swift Justice with Nancy Grace.
Dr. Davis Henry recently relocated to New York to join the cast of The Revolution and has been married for four years.