Clinical Operations Manager
As a trauma specialist, I aim to focus on the beauty that can come after ugly things happen. It is my hope in the therapy room to encourage curiosity about the self by uncovering ’emotional icebergs’, understanding core values, building upon opportunities for reframing thoughts and feelings, as well as be an empathetic witness to your story. I strive to know every client as a sum made up of larger than just their parts by having a compassionate understanding of how their system functions within the world around them. I carry a solution-focused mindset but know the importance of walking through the ‘stuff’ to get to the other side.”
Logan works with people whose ages range from 3 – adulthood, who have experienced various types of trauma, including transgenerational trauma, domestic violence, sexual abuse, traumatic grief and more. Logan has had great success in reducing symptoms of trauma, anxiety, and depression across ages.
- Trauma-Informed Approach
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Skills in Art Therapy
- Solution Focused BRIEF Therapy
- Play Therapy
Logan brings an array of experiences to The Viva Center through her work as an early education School Social Worker in low-income, high-risk areas in Washington, D.C and prior clinical and advocacy work at a North Carolina Child Advocacy Center. At these organizations, Logan worked with diverse populations struggling with trauma at the individual and community levels.
She was awarded the Insoo Kim Berg Award for “Outstanding Contribution to Social Work Knowledge and Practice” by her peers in 2018, and the “Community of Practice” Award by colleagues in 2019.
Logan attended the University of North Carolina Wilmington where she received a double Bachelors in Studio Art and Psychology, and a Master’s in Social Work. During her Master’s, Logan specialized in solution-focused perspectives and trauma-informed approaches to therapy. Logan considers herself an avid learner, and she is always pursuing continued education/trainings in various treatment modalities.
You can reach Logan at email@example.com.
First Meeting Documents
In preparation for the first visit, you will be asked to fill out the following forms:
Each of our Clinical Associates is a licensed practitioner. As required by licensure, treatment under a licensed practitioner is confidential. This form explains limitations to that confidentiality required by licensure. It also outlines the collaborative nature of the therapeutic relationship and co-responsibility for treatment outcomes.
Financial Agreement This form outlines The Viva Center’s financial policies. Here at Viva, we offer special accommodations to assist with cash flow and to simplify payments. As a professional courtesy, clients opting to pay with a credit card are not billed until the end of the month, although fees are technically due at the time of service. This allows time for insurance to send reimbursement closer to the time of payment.
This form serves 2 purposes: It helps to capture the baseline experience when beginning treatment, allowing for an opportunity to take stock of current status. It also helps the clinician gather important background information without taking extra time in the first session. The first page of this form is required, and the others are supplemental. It is fine to exercise the decision to leave out any areas of the form. Please keep in mind any areas elected not to be disclosed at this time may be relevant to treatment outcomes.
Credit Card Authorization Form
This form is only required if electing to use a credit card to pay for services. Conveniently, this form only needs to be filled out once and is stored securely. Payment with cash or checks is also accepted.