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Tanya S. Odums, LCSW-R, M.S.Ed.

Tanya is a vital force in the community whose purpose is to create opportunities for self-cultivation, healing and transformation that impact the world.  Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Tanya is a liscensed Mental Health Therapist, Life and Wellness Coach. Her  desire to enhance the social conditions of people residing in economically deprived communities is what inspired her to pursue a career in Human Services.  She has earned a Master of Social Work degree from Hunter College School of Social Work and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.  She has dedicated her career to transforming the lives of at risk youth and treating traumatized women suffering from depression. She earned a second Master’s in Education Leadership from Brooklyn College. With her extensive mental health training and experience she is now aspiring to become a leader in education reform through bridging the gap between mental health and education. She is currently employed with the NYC Department of Education. She is a Life Coach for The Be The Tree Rites of Passage Program and The Cure Violence Women Collective. Her ultimate goal as a Mental Health Professional is to bridge the gap between spirituality and social work practice; and the gap between mental health and education. She is a dynamic speaker and trainer who strongly believes in self-cultivation for personal growth.  She, herself, has studied with Iyanla Vanzant and Queen Afua on her quest for self-improvement.

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