Dr. Roderick Logan, DPTh, CCTS, CFTP, FFTT
Director of Organizational Programs
Arizona Trauma Institute
Dr. Roderick Logan’s life and work reflect his deeply held conviction that human suffering is not a fate to be borne, but a mission to overcome. He is Senior Faculty and Director of Organizational Programs at the Arizona Trauma Institute and the Trauma Institute International. He is a trauma and resiliency life coach through his private practice, Making Space to Heal.
For over 40 years, Dr. Logan has helped individuals, families, and organizational teams to work through trauma, toxic stress, and histories of adversity, and build towards resiliency. He holds a Master’s Degree in Counseling and a Doctorate in Practical Theology. He is a Diplomate with the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress and a Certified Trauma and Resiliency Life Coach. Dr. Logan trains and consults with organizational leaders and professional care providers throughout the United States and in multiple countries outside the United States.
At his core, Roderick is an advocate fighting ignorance and apathy. He believes those who teach and train others need to be taught and trained themselves. His routine includes a list of discerning teachers and mentors, who speak into his life and inspire him to grow and improve.
Dr. Logan’s career includes a wide array of first-hand experiences, from California’s Youth Authority in the early 80s to the Arizona Department of Child Safety, Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith, and Family, the Trauma Release and Wellness Centre in Pakistan, and a variety of various community service organizations across the United States. Dr. Logan’s prolific platform, training, experience, and informed passion uniquely qualify him as an authority on trauma-informed care, principles for building towards resiliency, and pathways for living the optimum life.
Roderick and his wife, Melody, have been married for 43 years. Together they have raised three children and now play with their eight grandchildren. Thousands of folks read his weekly Facebook blog, Trauma Informed Parenting (@traumainformedparents). Among his family and friends, Roderick is known as, the man in a rowboat, rowing backward into the future.