About Dr. Davina Moss-King and Elizabeth Eaton

Dr. Davina Moss-King is the founder and President of Positive Direction and Associates, Inc. a consulting company that also provides educational seminars for medical professionals in the community. Dr. Moss-King is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, a National Certified Counselor and a Certified Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor and has been a substance abuse counselor for 25+ years. Dr. Moss-King received her Master’s Degree from New York University in 1998 in Deafness Rehabilitation and Doctorate degree in Counselor Education with honors in 2005 from the State University of New York at Buffalo. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Elizabeth Eaton completed her Bachelor’s in Arts in Community Mental Health Interdisciplinary Studies at the State University of New York at Buffalo in 2005. She is currently a Licensed Mental Health Counseling Graduate Student at Medialle College in Buffalo, New York. Elizabeth is an honored member of Chi Sigma Iota, Counseling Academic and Professional Honor Society (CSI). She is also a member of the Mu Eta Delta Chapter at Medaille College. Elizabeth currently serves as a student intern at Positive Direction and Associates, Inc. under the leadership of Dr. Davina A. Moss- King, PhD, CRC, CASAC,NCC. She brings over 12 years of experience working in the mental health field.

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Helping Baby and Mommy Off Opioids

pregnant woman touching her pregnant belly by the beach

Pregnant and Addicted to Opioids? You might want to read this. Introducing The Positive Direction Model: Opioid Use and Pregnancy, 1st Edition Davina Moss-King, PhD wrote The Positive Direction Model for pregnant women diagnosed with opioid use disorder.  The book focuses on women and their newborns, highlighting the opioid epidemic’s impact on the infant’s health