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Colleen R. Logan, PhD, LPC-S - Fielding Graduate University. Dallas, TX, US

Colleen R. Logan, PhD, LPC-S Colleen R. Logan, PhD, LPC-S

Program Director - MA Clinical Mental Health Counseling - School of Leadership Studies | Fielding Graduate University

Dallas, TX, UNITED STATES

Counselor, Professor, Higher Education Leader, Author: Committed to social justice, advocacy and leadership.

Biography

Dr. Colleen Logan serves as program director for the M. A. Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Fielding Graduate University. Previously, she held academic and administrative positions at Walden University, Argosy University, and the University of Houston-Victoria, serving in roles as program director for the M.S. in Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling; Addictions Counseling programs; and the Ph.D. Counselor Education and Supervision programs; as well as vice president of academic affairs and associate dean, School of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences, respectively.

In addition, Dr. Logan maintains a small counseling private practice specializing in affirmative and enrichment counseling.

In addition to acting in such academic and administrative positions, Dr. Logan also served as the president of the American Counseling Association (ACA), 2008–2009, and president of the Texas Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues in Counseling, a division of the Texas Counseling Association, 2009–2010. She has been recently elected as Director Elect representing TALGBTIC on the Texas Counseling Association’s board of directors. In 2017, she received a special commendation from the current ACA president for her contributions to the field of counseling and affirmative therapy with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals and their significant others.

Dr. Logan has presented locally, nationally, and internationally, on issues related to counseling gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender clients. In addition, she has authored or co-authored a number of articles and chapters, as well as a book, regarding how to work effectively with gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender clients and their significant others.

Industry Expertise (7)

Education/Learning Social Services Mental Health Care Training and Development Program Development Research Professional Training and Coaching

Areas of Expertise (4)

Mental Health Counseling Counseling for Social Justice Affirmative Therapy for LGBTQQUIA+ Individuals, Couples and Families Helping GLBT Couples to Navigate Divorce and Child Custody in Antiquated Court Systems

Accomplishments (7)

ACA Presidential Commendation (professional)

(2017) Awarded for outstanding service and leadership
Washington, DC.

American Counseling Association Fellow (professional)

(2013) Inducted Cincinnati, Ohio

Mentor Award (professional)

(2009) Awarded by the Association of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Issues in Counseling

The Inspirational Faculty Award (professional)

(2005) Argosy University, Washington, DC

Bravo Award (professional)

(2004) Argosy University, Washington, DC

Service Award for Contribution to National Ethics Committee (professional)

(2003)

Service Award for Co-Founding the Texas Association of Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Issues in Counseling (professional)

(2003) Texas

Education (3)

University of Virginia: PhD, Counselor Education 1994

Duquesne University: MS, Counselor Education 1987

Warren Wilson College: BA, Behavioral Sciences /Psychology 1985

Affiliations (8)

  • Association of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Issues in Counseling Journal: Editorial Board Member, 2012-present
  • The Journal of Counseling Education and Development: Editorial Board Member, Spring 2001.
  • Association of Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Issues in Counseling, On-Line Journal, The Q: Editorial Board Member 2000-2002
  • American Counseling Association: Trustee, Foundation Board, 2016-2019
  • American Counseling Association: President, 2008-2009
  • Association for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Issues in Counseling: Co-Chair, 1995-1997; President, 1998-1999
  • Texas Counseling Association: Member
  • Texas Association of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Issues in Counseling: President, 2009-2010

Media Appearances (6)

Bullying-Radio Media Tour

Walden University  radio

(2016) Conducted 21 radio interviews with local, regional and national radio stations on how today’s youth are learning how to stand up and stop bullying.
Cumulative audience: 15, 333, 450

Bullying-Radio Media Tour

Walden University  radio

(2013) Conducted 18 radio interviews with local, regional and national radio stations (including Wall Street Journal Radio, Main Street Radio and Family Life Radio) on how to manage workplace bullying
Cumulative audience for radio and online: 12,459,530

Bullying-Radio Media Tour

Walden University  radio

(2012) Interviews discussing how parents may be inadvertently modeling bullying behavior and ways to open a dialogue about bullying Conducted 18 interviews including interviews with three national programs (Wall Street Journal Radio, Good Parenting Radio and Main Street Radio) as well as regional and local radio programs
Cumulative audience for radio and online: 11,452,956

Bullying-Radio Media Tour

Walden University  radio

(2011) Conducted radio 18 interviews with local, regional and national radio stations (including Wall Street Journal Radio) on how to tell if your child is the bully or being bullied and what parents can do to navigate these tough situations
Cumulative audience for radio and online: 16,469,630

Voices in the Family

NPR-National Public Radio  radio

(2009)

Presidential Message

American Counseling Association  online

(2008) Presidential Message, taped and posted to the American Counseling Association Website and made available via DVD for national and international distribution

Event Appearances (8)

The Paradox of Equality and the Journey Toward Equity, Time to Thrive (with M. Chaney and T. Hammer)

(2017) Human Rights Campaign  Washington, DC.

Working Effectively with Gay and Lesbian Couples and Families

(2016) American School Counselor’s Association (ASCA)  New Orleans, LA

The Negative Impact of Sexual and Gender Identity Microaggressions in Counseling and Counselor Education (with J. Lubsen)

(2013) ACES Conference  Walden University, Denver, CO

The Developmental Impact and Long Term Effects of Shame on Sexual and Gender Minorities (with J. Lubsen)

(2013) ACES Conference  Walden University, Denver, CO

Invited Expert Presenter: Working Affirmatively with Gay, Lesbian and Transgender Clients (with T. Rush-Wilson)

(2013) ACA Conference  Walden University, Cincinnati, OH

Working Affirmatively with Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Adolescents

(2007) Family Matters Conference  Galaxy Counseling Center, Dallas, TX

Counselor Education: Perspectives from the Past, Present and Future (with C. Gill & A. Cooper)

(2006) Virginia Counseling Association Conference  Williamsburg, VA

Conceptualizing Spirituality and Religiosity: Formal and Informal Assessments for Adults (with C. Gill)

(2006) Virginia Counseling Association  Williamsburg, VA

Articles (14)

Counseling LGBTQ adults throughout the life span (2017)

Logan, C.

TRAINING MANUAL: Eds: Roland, C.B. & Burlew, L.D.
Invited co-author to create a comprehensive training manual that covers the developmental stages of LGBT young, midlife and older adults. This cutting edge resource examines the stages through a lens of intersectionality of identity/multiple identities, cultural and minority status, physical ability and gender.

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Counseling Lesbian Clients (2005) Multicultural Issues in Counseling: New Approaches to Diversity

Logan, C.

BOOK CHAPTER: American Counseling Association; Ed. C. Lee

Unintentional Cultural Bias: Incident #1--The case of Mickey (2003) Ethics in a Multicultural Context

Logan, C.

BOOK CHAPTER: Sage; Eds. S. Pack-Brown and C. Braun-Williams

Lesbian Sexuality (2001) Sexuality Counseling

Logan, C.

BOOK CHAPTER: Merill/Prentice-Hall; Eds. D. Capuzzi & L. Berlew

Counseling gay men and lesbians: A practice primer (2001)

Barret, B. & Logan, C.

BOOK: Brooks/Cole, Belmont, CA

Pride comes with visibility (1997) Outsmart

Logan, C. R.

Vol. 3, (10), pp. 23-25.

It takes a village to care for a lesbian (1997) Counseling Today

Logan, C. R.

Vol. 39, pp. 29-55.

Finding meaning in the holiday season (1996) Outsmart

Logan, C. R.

Vol. 3, (10), pp. 34-36.

The revolution continues: Marching toward full participation in the global community (1996) Outsmart

Logan, C. R.

Vol. 3, (9), pp. 56-59.

It’s homoprejudice, not homophobia (1995) Counseling Today

Edwards, J. R., & Logan, C. R.

Vol. 38, pp. 28-29

Perceptual divergences show experiential gaps within Society (1995) ACA Counseling Today

Logan, C. R.

Vol. 38, pp. 38-40.

Phases of Couples and Family Therapy: From Intake to Evaluation (Year) Foundations of Couples and Family Counseling

Logan, C.R.

BOOK CHAPTER: Wiley Publishing; Eds. D. Capuzzi and M. Stauffer

Preventing and treating mood disorders in children and adolescents (Year) Youth at Risk: Prevention Resource for Counselors, Teachers and Parents

Powell, M.J. & Logan, C.R.

BOOK CHAPTER: American Counseling Association; D. Capuzzi and D. R. Gross, Eds

Counseling Queer Youth: Preventing another Matthew Shepard and Gwen Aruajo story (Year) Youth at Risk: Prevention Resource for Counselors, Teachers and Parents

Marszalek, J. & Logan, C.R.

BOOK CHAPTER: American Counseling Association; Eds. D. Capuzzi and D.R. Gross

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