As a ministry of Christ Wesleyan Church, New Light Counseling brings a faith-based perspective to professional counseling services. Sharon Davis, LCSW is eager to guide you through life’s challenges, strategize new outcomes, and discover true healing.

Counseling Office

Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday | 8:00am-5:00pm

363 Stamm Road, Milton, PA 17847

  277.788.0329

Counselors

Sharon Davis, LCSW

Counselor
570.490.6018

Education
BA, Behavioral Science, Messiah University
Master of Social Work (MSW), Marywood University
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

Experience
Sharon is married to Pastor Arlie Davis, Former Lead Pastor of Christ Wesleyan Church (CWC), and they have three children: Aidan, Adrienne, and her son-in-law, Matt. She most enjoys spending time with her family. Sharon served as a pastor’s wife for 40 years at CWC. Before completing her counseling work, she worked in communication and Worship Arts at CWC, and previously taught at Meadowbrook Christian School. After completing her counseling training, Sharon served as the Director of Counseling and Wellness Care in its beginnings at CWC, which offered both counseling and community resource information, oversaw support groups, and started the Love=Action Ministry. Prior to counseling at CWC, she worked as both a Mobile Therapist and a Behavioral Specialist Consultant as a licensed social worker (LSW). After completing her three-year supervision process, she is currently a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) in the state of Pennsylvania.

Role
Sharon works part time (Wednesdays and Thursdays) at Christ Wesleyan as a mental health counselor working with children, teens, adults, and couples. She is a trained facilitator for Prepare & Enrich which offers resources and couple’s assessments to enhance relationships. She also serves as one of the facilitators of the Embrace Your Journey Caregivers support group offering support to those giving care to loved ones. She enjoys getting to know each person with their unique story and experiences and incorporates a Christian perspective into traditional counseling methods.