Latonya Huey is an adjunct lecturer at the Virtual Academic Center, where she teaches courses on human behavior in the social environment. She is a licensed clinical psychologist with more than 15 years of experience providing assessment and psychotherapy to children, adolescents and adults. She currently specializes in working with individuals and couples experiencing infertility, pregnancy loss and/or considering third-party reproductive assistance.
Throughout her career, Huey has worked in a variety of academic and public sector settings, providing teaching and clinical supervision to psychology, social work and psychiatry staff and trainees. Her clinical and research interests include cross-cultural issues in treatment, as well as supervision and professional development of trainees and staff. She has conducted several trainings and made numerous public presentations on various subjects, including cultural diversity, clinical supervision, psychological assessment and personal self-care skills.
Huey has served as a board member on Division 37 of the American Psychological Association and Divisions I (clinical practice) and II (training and education) of the California Psychological Association. She is also currently a member of the Mental Health Professional Group of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.
University of Virginia: Ph.D. 2000
University of Georgia: Ed.S. 1994
University of Georgia: B.S. 1992
Areas of Expertise (5)
Industry Expertise (4)
Distinguished Service in Training and Education (professional)
California Psychological Association, Division II: Training and Education (2012)
Community Leadership Award (professional)
Cleota Youth and Women Services (2009)
Excellence as Clinical Staff Award (professional)
Harbor-UCLA Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Clinic, Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (2004)