Stacy Davids, MD

Headshot of psychiatrist, Stacy Davids, MD

Dr. Davids is no longer accepting new patients.  Her last day at Alli Center will be March 31, 2023.


Compassion and the belief that we all are interconnected are central elements in the way that Dr. Stacy Davids approaches her work with patients. She combines her rigorous medical training with this care for people and community to help patients find pathways to better health.

Dr. Davids helps patients—children, preteens, adolescents, and adults—who are facing a wide range of issues, including bipolar disorder, depression, OCD, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder, behavior disorders, anxiety, trauma, and PTSD. Focusing on listening and collaborating, she uses a variety of therapeutic approaches and medication management to help each person reach their individual life goals.

Personal Interests

Dr. Davids volunteers in the community to help with issues related to mental health, poverty, and the environment. She is currently on the Board of Directors of the Crisis Center of Johnson County. In her spare time, she is working on a novel about her Native American tribe, the Mohican Nation. 

License, Education and Training

Insurance Accepted