Angie Logan, LMSW has been working as a licensed social worker since 1999 and is licensed in Michigan and Kansas. Throughout her career she has been able to serve hundreds of clients in a number of diverse settings including the prison system, community mental health, substance abuse treatment facilities, shelters and group homes, schools and medical settings including psychiatric emergency rooms. Working in these large intransigent systems of care coupled with her educational experiences formed the basis of much of Angie’s work.
In addition to working in the trenches, she has engaged in a number of state level public policy, research, advocacy, training, congressional testimony, publication, and consulting initiatives throughout the state of Kansas while simultaneously teaching both undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Kansas.
Angie enjoys bringing positive energy, inspiration and hope to complex situations while assisting her clients navigating barriers that stand in their way of transformation, healing and change. She considers herself an action oriented, strengths-based, solution focused, narrative therapist. Her overall aim is to assist clients in their quest to find meaning and purpose in their lives. She is a fan of evidence-based assignments tailored to each client.
In her personal life, Angie is a parent, a visual artist, former coach, and an athlete.