Judy Logue, Ph.D.

Judy Logue, Ph.D. has practiced individual, couple, and group psychotherapy and taught in clinics, general and Veterans Administration hospitals, a medical school, psychiatry, psychology and graduate social work departments, three psychoanalytic institutes, and two Civil Air Patrol cadet squadrons since 1966.

She is educated and/or certified in a number of specialties and modalities including, but not limited to, traumatic stress, psychoanalysis, cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness/hypnotherapy/imaging techniques, eating issues, Gestalt therapy, psychodrama, addictive behaviors, and executive and business coaching.

Judy’s publications and public presentations include healthy and pathological narcissism in relation to self and partner love and intimacy, men and masculinity, women clinicians working with men, extrarelationship involvement and sexual exclusivity, anxiety and depression, medical conditions, aging and sexuality, gender and transgender, trauma of most types, and cancer and facing death.

After 35 years in Princeton, NJ – and NYC, California and NJ before that – Judy moved to a PSL airpark community where she sees therapy patients and coaching clients in person or with video technology.