Dr. Logsden is a licensed psychologist and has an independent license in clinical psychology. She completed her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University in San Francisco. She completed her internship at Colorado Western Regional Mental Health Centers, and a two-year residency at Nebraska Mental Health Centers (NMHC) Psychology Residency Program. She has been on-staff at NMHC since that time, Dr. Logsden has served as the Internship Training Director since April, 2016 and serves as a supervisor for NMHC-PIP. Additionally, she provides treatment and psychological evaluations at both the Lincoln and Fremont offices and specializes in children and families, adolescents, autism spectrum disorders, severe and persistent mental illness, and substance abuse treatment.
Dr. Logsden also coordinates the services provided at the Fremont office and is on-staff at Methodist Fremont Health Hospital.
Dr. Lafferty is Nebraska native and a graduate of both NMHC’s Psychology Internship and Residency Programs as well as the University of Nebraska-Kearney and Walden University. She focuses her services within the Lincoln and Beatrice office sites. Dr. Lafferty provides and coordinates NMHC-provided services for Beatrice Public Schools Special Education. She also serves as a mental health provider/consultant with the Blue Valley Community Action Partnership that provides Head Start services and Early Intervention Services for Southeast Nebraska. Dr. Lafferty has experience conducting psychological, psychoeducational, social security disability, and court-ordered evaluations.
Dr. Lafferty is co-supervising Parent Child Interaction Training (PCIT) training at NMHC and is certified to provide this specialized intervention.
Dr. Zlomke is a Nebraska Licensed psychologist and a Diplomate in Child Psychological Specialties. He received his doctorate from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and has 35-plus years of experience in the provision of psychological services as well as professional leadership and training. He specializes in behavioral psychology and interventions for a wide array of clinical presentations and has a specialty in child/family, developmental, forensic, and school psychology. Dr. Zlomke has provided clinical direction and special consultations for numerous agencies regarding individuals with severe and persistent mental illness and persons with developmental disabilities. He served as the Internship Training Director beginning with the 2011-2012 internship class and until November or 2016.
Dr. Zlomke is the founder and CEO of Pediatric Psychology Associates, a private psychology practice.
Ms. Zlomke is a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner and graduated with a Master in Educational Psychology-Community Counseling from the University of Nebraska in 2005. She began her career as a therapist at NMHC before serving as Treatment Coordinator at Excelsior Youth Centers (a residential treatment center), in Aurora, Colorado, and later, as Director of Outpatient Treatment at Pediatric Psychology Associates in Beatrice, Nebraska.. Her areas of specialization include cognitive behavioral therapy, interpersonal relationships and healthy communications, PTSD, and general mental health services surrounding issues of depression, anxiety, and adjustment disorders. Ms. Zlomke has specific expertise in assessing and treating adolescent females and young women with severe symptoms including traumatic histories such as domestic violence, abuse and sexual offense victims.
Ms. Zlomke serves as the primary supervisor for provisionally licensed mental health practitioners and for Master’s-level psychology practicum students. Additionally, she is the coordinator of the Domestic Violence Program utilizing the Duluth Model.
Dr. Thomas is a licensed psychologist with several years of experience assessing and treating persons with sexual offending behaviors and dangerous aggressive behaviors. He has expertise and interests in neuropsychological assessment and treatment planning for persons with cognitive impairments and providing assessment and treatment for sex offenders. Dr. Thomas serves as a didactic presenter and as a secondary supervisor, providing supervision in the absence of a primary supervisor and in situations where his specific expertise is of benefit to the intern.