Tashika Holloway

Contributing Faculty
College of Social and Behavioral Health
School of Counseling
M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Dr. Tashika L. Holloway received her EdD in counselor education & supervision from Argosy university Atlanta in 2018. Dr. Holloway joined Walden’s School of Counseling in November 2023. She has been an adjunct clinical faculty member counselor education since 2019, teaching mostly lifespan development, counseling theory, and crisis & trauma prevention and intervention. She has been an LPC (licensed professional counselor) since 2006 & owns a counseling practice in Atlanta, GA, which specializes in the intersection of trauma, attachment, identity, maternal mental health & motherhood for BIPOC women. She has provided clinical supervision to counselors in training pursuing full licensure in the counseling field. Professionally, Dr. Holloway also had a career in community outreach, business development, and continuing education to cultivate partnerships between mental health & healthcare settings to connect psychiatric patients to higher levels of care. This work initiated her dissertation research regarding counselors’ collaboration efforts with primary care physicians and advocacy in addressing Black maternal mental health in healthcare settings.


EdD, Argosy University Atlanta

MA, Argosy Univeristy AtAtlanta

BA, Seton Hall University