Maryland Clinical Social Work Supervision Training: A Two Day Workshop
  12 Hours, 0 Minutes   
Wednesday, September 25th, 2024 10:00 AM EDT
Thursday, September 26th, 2024 10:00 AM EDT
   Tonya M. Logan, LICSW, LCSW-C
12 CEs
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Maryland Clinical Social Work Supervision Training

A Two Day Workshop

Trainer: Tonya M. Logan, LICSW, LCSW-C

September 25th and 26th, 2024

  10:00 am - 4:45 pm EST on Both Days

12 Category I CEUs

Get the training you need to become a supervisor! Gain new management and leadership skills. This seminar will allow you to delve into the requirements of qualified and established standards for independent practice, supervision, and the responsibilities of supervisors and supervisees in the practice of social work.

Supervision and Teletherapy will also be addressed. Participants will receive the necessary paperwork to apply to become certified as an approved Maryland Social Work supervisor including regulations and a form to document supervision. You must attend BOTH days in order to receive CEUs. 

New and seasoned supervisors may attend this training as well. 

This class is designed to provide information regarding the supervision process utilized by social workers in a variety of settings. Subjects covered include the role and responsibilities of the social work supervisor and an in depth look at best practices of supervision and management.

This class complies with the requirements of COMAR (6) Supervision Training. 


The Presenter:

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 parents and foster parents by securing permanency whether 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 in an attempt 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, 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, provides contractual supervision, teaches Family Violence and Child Abuse and Introduction to Counseling as an adjunct professor at Trinity Washington University, and serves on the Advisory Committee 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. Ms. Logan is the parent of two children, one by adoption and one by birth, and has hosted two exchange students. Obviously, she tries to tailor her life to help others in need.



Webinars included in this package:

Maryland Clinical Social Work Supervision Training: Day 1

Maryland Clinical Social Work Supervision Training: Day 2

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