Stephanie Logan, L.C.S.W. joined CMA in 2022 — Stephanie earned her MSW from Virginia Commonwealth University and her B.S. in Justice Studies from James Madison University. She specializes in working with children and adolescents who are struggling with anxiety, depression, and behavioral issues. Her goal is to provide a safe and interactive environment in which to support children and their families as they tackle difficult challenges. Before joining CMA, Stephanie worked as an outpatient therapist at a private practice where she was able to fully develop her therapeutic skill set as well as gain experience creating and maintaining individualized treatment plans for each client. Stephanie also has experience working in an inpatient psychiatric hospital where she worked on both the Child and Adolescent unit, providing individual, family, and group based therapy. This experience equipped Stephanie with a wide range of knowledge working with various diagnoses as well as with families from various backgrounds. It was in this crisis-stabilization setting that Stephanie learned the importance of mental health maintenance as an ongoing and fluid process.
Stephanie is skilled in person-centered and strengths-based approaches through which she works with clients and families to identify and utilize individual strengths. She utilizes techniques from CBT, DBT, and psychodynamic theory to assist children and families as they navigate challenges, explore self-image, practice emotion regulation and overall, improve their mental well being.