Whitney Roberts Logan
MA, LPC, RYT
My approach to psychotherapy is largely informed by the Analytical Psychology of Carl Jung.
I believe in a theory of personal development that emphasizes the integration of all parts of the self into an experience of personal wholeness. This work is often referred to as "depth" psychology because it requires some degree of familiarity and/or curiosity about one's own inner-world. We may explore the symbolic direction of dreams, psychological complexes, relationship patterns, family of origin dynamics and/or dysfunction, personal self-concepts, trauma histories, spiritual sensibilities, identity issues, personal purpose, and the myriad of ways in which the psyche can express itself in the body.
In addition to my formal academic training in counseling and analytical psychology, I have studied and practiced many other western and non-western healing modalities. I have worked with Peruvian and Lakota shamans, Tibetan lamas and Zen masters, contemplative Christian teachers, as well as body-workers and somatic psychologists in order to expand my capacity to hold space for the ways each of my clients may wish to include spirit and body in a psychotherapeutic process.
I believe that the best therapy outcomes arise from a healthy therapeutic relationship, and I work carefully with each of my clients to co-create a compassionate personal connection.
In addition to long-term depth-oriented psychotherapy, I also offer one-time or short-term therapeutic interventions such as:
- Active Imagination and Journey Work
- Realization Process and Subtle Self Work (Somatic Processing)
- Meditation Instruction (Multidisciplinary Approach)
- Jungian-Informed Dream Interpretation
- Premarital Consultation (3 - 6 sessions)
- Clinical Case Consultation and Supervision
- Executive and Business Consultation
I do not accept any insurance plans, but I will provide financial receipts upon request that may be submitted to insurance providers who offer out-of-network reimbursement. I also offer a free 15-minute phone consultation prior to setting up an initial appointment.
Our office has a 48-hour cancellation policy for non-emergencies, and you will be charged the full 50-minute session fee for missed appointments and late cancellations.
Psychotherapy Rate: $150 (I am able to accommodate some reduced-fee requests based on need and availability).
I am now accepting new clients. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will respond as soon as possible during normal business hours Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm.
3216 Gillham Plaza, Suite 210
Kansas City, MO 64109
Tel: (816) 945-2478