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Dr. Logan Speaks About Bullying and LGBT Children

  • Broadcast in Parents
Annie Abram PhD

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Today, we are continuing our series "All Kinds of Families". Our guest is Dr. Colleen Logan. She will talk about parenting transgender children and their challenges.

Dr. Colleen Logan is the program coordinator for Walden University’s M.S. in Marriage, Couple and Family Counseling program in the School of Counseling and Social Service. Dr. Logan specializes in bullying issues and the personal and societal impacts and effects of those within the LGBT community. She served as president of the American Counseling Association (ACA), 2008-2009, and has been recognized for her contributions in the field of counseling and affirmative therapy with LGBT individuals. Dr. Logan has been instrumental in working with school counselors and administrators to institute and implement zero-tolerance policies toward bullying, with an emphasis on creating an affirmative environment for all students. Dr. Logan is also a partner with Enrichment Counseling and Assessment, Dallas, where she maintains a small private practice. Dr. Logan has presented locally, nationally and internationally as well as authored a number of articles, chapters and a book on how to work effectively with gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender clients.