Ms. Logan has been active in the dialogue between Buddhist psychology, contemplative practice and analytic psychotherapy since 1974 and has presented nationally and internationally on the topic of healing trauma, group psychotherapy, compassion, mindful awareness and leadership. She is a licensed professional psychotherapist and senior clinical supervisor in private practice in Austin, Texas. She served as an adjunct faculty member in the New College at St Edwards University from 2001- 2007, developing curriculum and teaching courses on spirituality in the helping professions, the role of mindfulness in healing trauma and the neurobiology of compassion. Dedicated to humanitarian relief, she has trained health workers in communities facing the terror and heartbreak of war, genocide, and natural disaster, as well as political asylum seekers and refugees for over thirty years. She recently co-authored the book, “Self Regulation for Kids K-12: Strategies for Calming Minds and Behavior.” She is the co-editor of the poetry anthology “Still Echoes in the Voice” published by the Austin Group Psychotherapy Association. She has been a student of Vajrayana Buddhism since 1976.