About Dr. Jeff
Dr. Jeff Logue is a college professor, author, motivational speaker and counselor.
At the age of 6 his parents were tragically killed in a car accident when a drunk driver hit his family in a head on collision. Adopted by his aunt and uncle, he began a different journey, in a different town, with different friends, and a completely different life. He often wondered the “why” behind his parent’s death but never found that answer. Instead, he slowly found an inner peace.
In college, he found an interest in the field of psychology. Pursuing this new found interest landed him a Master’s degree and ultimately a PhD in Counseling.
Over the years he has accomplished much. However, in this new chapter, his desire is to create a place that anyone can come to be inspired, challenged, encouraged and changed!
Jeff is a husband and a father who enjoys traveling anywhere, spending time with family and exercising his second amendment right!
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