Jamie Logan MA, LISAC
Jamie is a Master’s-level, licensed therapist who brings over 25 years of experience working with young people and their families to her work at Red Mountain Sedona. Her in-depth experience has led her to a keen understanding of the unique challenges and vulnerabilities of young people and their families during this difficult transitional stage.
Jamie specializes in working with young adults and families with substance use disorders, trauma, and co-occurring diagnoses. Jamie’s areas of expertise also include codependency, grief, mood disorders and personality disorders. She has extensive experience working with individuals with a history of defiant behavior, maladaptive thinking patterns and impulsivity, and has a gift for helping her students turn these non-working behaviors into pro-social, adaptive, and productive strategies for success.
Jamie promotes autonomy, accountability and self-efficacy with her students and works with family systems to promote healing, mutual respect, and loving communication among family members. Her treatment modalities, which she utilizes freely depending on an individual’s needs, include Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, EMDR, Seeking Safety, Family Systems, inner child work, 12-step work, and mindfulness techniques. She also brings over 20 years of personal addiction recovery experience to bring to Red Mountain.
Jamie is known as an engaging, creative, strength based and highly intuitive therapist. She challenges, motivates, and supports students as they integrate their experiences and emotions toward healthier life choices and wholeness. She promotes autonomy, responsibility, and self-compassion through her realistic approach and disarming sense of humor, and believes authenticity and and connection are the key ingredients to encouraging growth in her students.
Outside of work, Jamie’s enjoys spending time with family, hiking, mountain biking, yoga, photography, meditation, traveling, and visiting art galleries.