Tanisha Sapp, Ed.D, LPC, CST, NCC, ACS, CPCS, MAC, SAP
- Ed.D Counselor Education & Supervision, Argosy University-Atlanta, 2016
- Post-Graduate Certificate Marriage and Family Therapy, Argosy University-Atlanta, 2011
- M.A. Community Counseling, Argosy University-Atlanta, 2009
- Bachelor of Social Work, Georgia State University, 2006
Field of Expertise
- Sex Therapy & Marriage Counseling
- Private Practice
- Business Consultation and Professional Development
- Clinical Supervision and Leadership
Licensure and Certification
- Licensed Professional Counselor, Georgia
- AASECT Certified Sex Therapist
- National Certified Counselor
- Approved Clinical Supervisor
- Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor, Georgia
- Master Addiction Counselor
- Substance Abuse Professional
Dr. Sapp began her career as a social worker serving children and families in the foster care system in 2002. She began teaching and training social workers and counselors in 2009 where she found her love of adult learners. In 2013, Dr. Sapp opened her group private practice in 2013 to serve members of her community. She currently operates a solo practice under the clinical focus of sex therapy with couples.
Dr. Sapp serves in various leadership positions within the counseling field and in her community. She currently serves as the secretary for Chi Sigma Iota, International Counseling Honor Society and Treasurer for the Association of Counseling Sexology and Sexual Wellness. Dr. Sapp contributes to the counseling profession through various presentations at national and state conferences, corporations, and local community events. She believes in the importance of professional involvement and a strong counselor identity.
Dr. Sapp’s research interests include counselor identity, professional ethics and social media, social justice, gate-keeping in Counselor Education, and professional advocacy in leadership. Dr. Sapp continues to provide post-master’s clinical supervision, consultation, and professional development services through her practice. Her greatest joy is being an educator, mentor, and advisor to the next generation of counselors.