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Dr. Hatfield, Psy.D. currently serves as director of the Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology program at University of the Cumberlands. She earned a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Kentucky, a M.S. in Clinical Psychology from Murray State University, and a Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from Spalding University in 2002. Dr. Hatfield’s clinical experiences include practice in university counseling centers, women’s centers, community mental health centers, residential treatment facilities, and independent clinical practice. Dr. Hatfield’s areas of expertise and research interest include treatment of trauma survivors, sexual violence prevention, feminist therapy, diversity, identity development, gender studies, suicide prevention, psychological assessment, and Appalachian culture.
Dr. Olds joined the faculty of the Ph.D. program in Clinical Psychology at the University of the Cumberlands in July of 2014. Prior to this time, he spent 20 years in community mental health where he played several different roles including therapist, staff psychologist, and clinical supervisor and manager of multiple community based mental health programs. He has previously taught both undergraduate psychology and graduate level counseling courses for various colleges. He currently serves the as the Director of Clinical Training for the Ph.D. Program in Clinical Psychology and is an Associate Professor. Dr. Olds completed his bachelor's degree in Psychology and Philosophy, his master's in Clinical Psychology, and his Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology at Spalding University In Louisville Kentucky in 2002. He also completed an APA-accredited internship with the University of Louisville department of Psychiatry and the Bingham Child Guidance Clinic in Louisville Kentucky. Clinically, he practices from a developmental and family systems perspective while utilizing approaches based on family systems, cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal-process, humanistic, and psychodynamic theories. His current research interests involve outcome/effectiveness of both treatment and clinical supervision, leadership as a psychological/social construct, and family dynamics. Dr. Olds teaches courses in Existential- Humanistic Psychology, Supervision, Consultation, and Management, Dissertation, and Practicum in Psychotherapy, along with other topics as needed.
He is married to his wife, Rebecca, and has three children. Outside of work, Dr. Olds is an Assistant Scout Master and Venturing Crew Advisor with the Boy Scouts of America. He is a lifelong enthusiast of the Chinese martial arts.
Dr. Logue joined the faculty of the Ph.D. program in Clinical Psychology at the University of the Cumberlands in June of 2014. Prior to this time, she spent about 10 years in college mental health where she played several different roles including pre-doctoral intern, staff psychologist, and director of a university counseling center. She also serves as the Director of the Psychological Services Center (the departmental training clinic for UC clinical psychology doctoral students) and is a licensed psychologist in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Dr. Logue completed her bachelor's degree in Political Science at Cumberland College, her master's in Counseling at Lee University, and her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at the University of Tennessee. She also completed an APA-accredited internship with the Student Counseling Services Center at the University of Tennessee. Clinically, she practices from a feminist perspective while utilizing techniques based on cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal-process, humanistic, and psychodynamic theories. Her current research interests involve outcome/effectiveness of both treatment and training, especially within Appalachian populations. She has past publications and presentations related to vocational psychology, student leadership, and college mental health. Dr. Logue teaches courses in Group Psychotherapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches to Therapy, and Practicum in Psychotherapy, along with other topics as needed.
She is married to her husband, Dale, and they have one daughter. Outside of work, Dr. Logue enjoys cooking/eating Paleo and working out. She is a certified group fitness instructor with over 20 years of experience and currently teaches Pilates and Turbo Kick (among other formats) at a local studio.