Dr. García-Leeds’ scholarly interests include: domestic violence, family dynamics, and post-traumatic stress disorder in impoverished communities. She has extensive experience as a psychotherapist and clinical supervisor, and has worked in a variety of community-based non-profit social service agencies in New York City and North Philadelphia. Her research experience includes suicidal behavior in adolescents, HIV prevention, acute stress disorder, and cultural identity. She is a member of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies.
Dr. Logan is a licensed psychologist and board certified in clinical psychology. Her clinical interests are in clinical training and supervision and the treatment of substance use disorders and trauma with an emphasis on rape and relationship violence. Dr. Logan has experience conducting individual and group psychotherapy with college populations and clinical supervision of doctoral trainees. Her research interests include impact of multiculturally competent supervision and training on supervisee development and client care. Dr. Logan is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Pennsylvania Psychological Association (Multicultural Committee). She has also served as the co-chair of the Continuing Education Committee for the Commission on Counseling and Psychological Services (a division of the American College Personnel Association).
Dr. Rothery is the Director of Clinical Training. A licensed psychologist, she has experience as a consultant psychologist, a clinical supervisor, a psychologist in private practice, and director of a college counseling center. She has served on the Executive Boards of the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology (NCSPP), the Delaware Valley Association of Black Psychologists (DVABPsi) and the Philadelphia Society of Clinical Psychologists (PSCP). She currently serves on the Executive Board of the Pennsylvania Psychological Association (PPA). Dr. Rothery is a member of APA, PPA, PSCP, and DVABPsi. Her clinical and research interests include culturally-informed treatment of diverse populations, the Relational Cultural Model of Therapy, racial and ethnic identity formation, and the training and supervision of clinicians. Dr. Rothery is a frequent workshop presenter on these and related topics.