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Tonya M Logan, LICSW, LCSW-C

Tonya M Logan, LICSW, LCSW-C

(she/her)

LCSW-C
32 years of experience
Warm
Open-minded
Empowering
Virtual

Tonya M. Logan, LICSW and LCSW-C, has over 30 years of professional clinical experience working with those managing conflict and trauma. A native Washingtonian, she received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Virginia and her master’s degree in social work from the University of Maryland at Baltimore. Ms. Logan spent the bulk of her career, in D.C. and Maryland, working with biological and foster parents by securing permanency via reunification, adoption, or independent living. She was the clinical director of a program which provided in-home services to families at-risk of abuse and/or neglect to strengthen and stabilize them so they would be diverted from the child welfare system. Ms. Logan was a contractor with an organization in which she facilitated 10-week grief groups for those impacted by homicide following her certification as a grief recovery specialist. She transitioned to being the supervisory social worker in a non-public school for students diagnosed with learning differences, emotional challenges, ADHD, and/or autism. Ms. Logan is the Founder and CEO of Kayla’s Village, begun in July 2007, which strives to be the premier provider of innovative seminars and supportive resources for individuals, families, professionals, and communities. Additionally, she is a clinician providing counseling to individuals and couples and on the Advisory Board of the Center for Infant and Child Loss. Ms. Logan is an active church member of Trinity AME Zion Church and published author, Mommie’s Bright Sunshine, speaking to the reality that we can move beyond our trials, tragedies, and trauma without allowing it to define our future. She is the parent of two children, one by adoption and one by birth, and has hosted two exchange students. Obviously, Ms. Logan tries to tailor her life to help others in need.

What treatment methods and tools do you utilize?

The treatment modalities most frequently utilized are cognitive behavior therapy, solution-focused brief therapy, psychoeducation, motivational interviewing, and supportive therapy. At times, I incorporate games, worksheets, and activities so that you can be fully engaged even utilizing the virtual platform.

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

My biggest strengths are my engagement, humor, compassion, and empathy. I have cared for children not born to me, so I know how it is to incorporate others into your life. I, too, have experienced significant grieve so I use my trauma to connect to pain my clients may be experiencing. I encourage my children to share openly so that we can learn and grow from one another.

About Tonya M Logan, LICSW, LCSW-C

Appointments

Virtual