Logan received his Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Richmont Graduate University. He also holds certificates in Marriage & Family Therapy and Trauma Counseling. Prior to receiving his Master’s, Logan received his BA in Psychology from the University of Kentucky. In between his time at Kentucky and enrollment at Richmont, Logan spent two years overseas traveling to 20+ countries working with various organizations.
Logan has experience working in a private practice setting and a residential recovery center for addiction. Through these experiences, he’s been able to walk alongside people going through a spectrum of issues.
Logan works with adults, couples, and adolescents in a wide range of needs that include:
Adults: Shame, trauma, life transitions, pornography, depression, anxiety, substance use, alcohol, sexual addiction, sexual identity, racial identity, emotional development, and stress management.
Career and Vocational: Career transitions, interviewing skills, entrepreneurship struggles, finances, career decision making.
Couples: Communication, conflict resolution, co-dependency, pre-marital counseling, multi-ethnic couple dynamics, trauma, addiction, and sexual issues.
Adolescents: Athletic performance, family relationship dynamics, life transitions, sexual identity, anxiety, depression, pornography, trauma, and addictions.
Spiritual: Missionary resettlement, view of God, belief systems, family and community interactions, existential questions, and spiritual trauma/abuse.
Logan is a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapist.
Logan is under the supervision of Kim Lareau, LPC, CPCS.