About Logan

verified by Psychology TodayWhen looking for a therapist, it is hard to know what you should be looking for and what to expect when you sit down for your first session. This page is dedicated to learning about me and my practice.

I completed my bachelor of science degree in counseling and biblical studies and later earned my master of arts degree in marriage and family therapy and professional counseling from Johnson University (formerly Johnson Bible College).

When not conducting therapy sessions, I enjoy several activities such as running, playing and listening to music, reading a good book and spending time with my beautiful wife and family. An important factor when choosing any therapist is choosing a therapist that takes care of him or herself. It is important for me to take care of myself so I am able to care for others.

As a Gospel-centered therapist, I use a unique approach to help people navigate through difficult seasons in their lives using a biblical foundation and scriptural truths along with scripturally sound principles. Couples and families want to assurance of something saturated in research and science, but an approach that fits their values and beliefs. I have had 8 years of clinical experience working with couples and families and love every moment I am able to spend with others. Being in this position is such a privilege and I am honored to sit with those who are hurting and in need of help.

Sometimes asking for help is the hardest thing we can do. I encourage you to take that first step and begin your journey towards the relationships you deserve! Schedule Online Today.

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