Kerri Davenport, MS, TLMFT

Licensed Mental Healthcare Provider

"Life can get messy and confusing. Therapy can help a person, couple, or family see and be able to follow the light of growth and purpose again."

For 32 years, Kerri was a stay-at-home mom to six children. During this time, she gained a lot of insight and experience in overcoming various children, marriage, and family issues.

Master of Science, Marriage and Family Therapy, 2021
Capella University, Minneapolis, MN

Bachelor of Science, Elementary Education, 1990
Brigham Young University – Utah, Provo, UT

Kerri's Areas
of Expertise

Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Chronic and Severe Illness, Depression, Life Transitions, PTSD, Parenting, Relationships, Self-Esteem, Stress, Trauma

Offering Mental Health Therapy Services For

Individuals of All Ages


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), Family Systems Therapy, Mindfulness, Narrative Therapy, Strengths-Based Therapy, Christian Counseling

Get to Know Kerri

Selecting a mental health provider is a very personal decision. Learn a bit more about Kerri and what to expect when you or a loved one receive care with us at Covenant Family Solutions. Our mission is to unleash your potential.

Kerri Davenport works with individuals, couples, and families to build strong foundations.

Her Calling

For 32 years, Kerri was a stay-at-home mom to six children. During this time, she gained a lot of insight and experience in overcoming various child, marriage, and family issues. In addition, in the past few years she really began to understand that what she was experiencing had a name – anxiety. Her children have also experienced anxiety, and this motivated her to learn more about mental health. She knew it was her calling to become a therapist so she could help others in a similar way.

While her passion is within the family unit, she is also motivated to help children. She believes that helping to get the pieces in place for mental wellbeing early can be a preventative solution down the road. She and her husband also lead an addiction recovery group through their church.

Everyone is unique

In session, Kerri spends a lot of time listening and asking clarifying questions. For example, “What does that mean to YOU,” is a question she uses often. This is because each person has different and unique experiences, shaped by circumstances and things they’ve encountered along their way. For this reason, it’s important to Kerri to know exactly what something means to them. Instead of saying, “I’m depressed,” she wanted them to explain what they are feeling and how it is impacting them.

Once she feels that she has a good understanding of what someone is experiencing, she likes to take a collaborative approach in determining a treatment plan. Her goal is to facilitate growth while helping others see beyond the rut that they are in right now.

“The light is always there, but sometimes we can’t see it.”

Outside of session, Kerri enjoys playing and teaching piano, playing the organ at church, watching baseball and gardening. She is also a grandmother to 6 (and counting) grandchildren, all of which she enjoys visiting and spending time with.

Please reach out to schedule an appointment with Kerri at our Marion Clinic.

Request an Appointment with Kerri

Your mental health is just as important as your physical health. Congratulations on taking this first step in achieving your goals. If you have never been seen by Kerri before, please complete the form below to schedule a time to set up your first appointment. If you are a current or past client, please send us a message or call 1-888-336-9661.

Monday thru Friday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

1655 Blairs Ferry Road
Marion, IA 52302

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