Kenneth Logan, PsyD

Director of Integration

Professor of Clinical Psychology

Specialties and Research Areas

  • Trauma Treatment
  • Christian Faith Integration
Kenneth Logan

Dr. Kenneth Logan joined the Graduate School of Clinical Psychology as a professor of clinical psychology in the fall of 2019. He spent the previous five years working as a professor of counseling for Western Seminary in Portland, where he also served as the executive director of A New Day Counseling Center, Western Seminary’s clinical training site.

From 2004 to 2014, Logan worked as a professor of psychology at William Jessup University in Rocklin, California, where he co-chaired the psychology department from 2010 to 2014. He has also trained clinicians internationally at Capital Normal University in Beijing, China, in trauma treatment and crisis intervention. All told, he has been teaching and practicing psychotherapy since 1995.

Logan holds a doctor of psychology degree from the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University (2002) and both a master’s degree in clinical psychology (1995) and a bachelor’s degree in psychology (1991) from California State University, Sacramento. He is a licensed psychologist in California and Oregon and provides clinical supervision, professional consultation, and outpatient psychotherapy services to individuals and couples through his private practice.

Logan specializes in treating anxiety, stress, and trauma, with a clinical emphasis in working with first responders, military personnel, and ministry leaders.