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Jasmine Logan, MA (she/her)

Jasmine Logan is a clinical psychology doctoral student in the state of California. She enjoys
working with children and adults presenting with a variety of issues and concerns, and has
experience working with anxiety, depression, adjustment disorders, suicide ideation, self-harm,
and trauma. She has the most experience working with adults and is an LGBTQIA2S+ ally. She
is trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), which focuses on changing unhelpful
thoughts, feelings, and behavior into helpful and healthy ones. She is also trained in Emotion
Focused Therapy (EFT), Seeking Safety, and the Community Resiliency Model (CRM), which
inform her care into a collaborative, integrated style tailored to individual needs. She aims to
provide a welcoming, warm, and supportive environment for her clients. Jasmine works as a
Neurofeedback trainee under the supervision of Katherine Boulware, who is a trained
Neurofeedback technician.

Jasmine currently studies at Loma Linda University School of Behavioral Health where she is
earning her PhD in Clinical Psychology and has earned her Masters in Clinical Psychology in
2022. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Spanish from Andrews
University in 2020.

Professional Disclosure: Supervised by Katherine Boulware, LMFT (#120535)


Jasmine Logan, MA
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