Kate Logan, MA
Kate Logan is a primary therapist at the Center for Healthy Sex, where she is dedicated to guiding clients through the complex landscapes of sexuality and relationships. Her emphasis is helping each individual to unlock their inherent potential for personal growth, resilience, and healing.
With a background in assisting survivors of sexual assault and abuse, Kate guides individuals in reestablishing a connection with their bodies and overcoming trauma. She also has specialized training in working with both heterosexual and LGBTQIA+ clients, addressing diverse matters such as gender identity, HIV status, intersex conditions, non-monogamous relationships, internalized homo/bi/transphobia, kink/BDSM, and domestic violence.
Kate earned her Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in LGBT-Affirmative Psychology from Antioch University. She did her training at Maple Counseling working with adults, adolescents, and families. She is a member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. AMFT #138521 Supervised by Robert Mendelsohn MFT #39142