Gaea Logan, LPC-S, CGP is the Founder and Executive Director of the International Center for Mental Health and Human Rights (ICMHHR ). As key faculty at ICMHHR, she develops mindfulness based, compassion-focused and neuroscience informed group trauma training curricula and conducts integrative mental health training programs locally, nationally and internationally. Additionally, Ms. Logan is a Certified Group Psychotherapist and Licensed Professional Counselor and senior clinical supervisor in private practice in Austin, Texas, USA. She is a certified instructor of the Compassion Cultivation Training at the Stanford Medical School’s Department of Translational Neuroscience, Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education ( CCARE ). She also serves as training faculty for the Contemplative Based Resiliency (CBR ) Training developed by Emory University and the Garrison Institute for applications within international humanitarian organizations. She is co-author of the book, “Self Regulation for Kids K-12: Strategies for Calming Minds and Behavior.” Dedicated to humanitarian relief, and the possibility of intervening on multi-generational PTSS, Ms. Logan has led group trauma training for 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. Ms Logan has been active in the dialogue between Buddhist psychology, contemplative practice and analytic group psychotherapy since 1976.
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS
International Center for Mental Health and Human Rights Austin Group Psychotherapy Society Austin IN ( Interpersonal Neurobiology) Connection