Dr. Frazier is a licensed clinical psychologist who has been in private practice at Mt. Logan Clinic since 1999. She received her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees (magna cum laude) in counseling and clinical psychology from Utah State University. Dr Frazier has worked in a variety of clinical settings including USU’s Counseling Center, Community Clinic, and Center for Persons with Disabilities; Logan Regional Hospital’s Behavioral Health Unit, both as an intern and chief psychologist; and Cache County School District (as a licensed school psychologist); and Head Start. Dr. Frazier completed her APA-approved pre- doctoral internship at the University of Kansas School of Medicine with rotations in adult inpatient, eating disorder, and outpatient clinical psychology services.
Dr. Frazier has a generalist training background and treats a wide variety of mental health issues for teens, women and couples. Her specialty areas include the treatment of post- traumatic stress disorder, depression, anxiety, marital problems, teen issues, women’s issues, eating disorders, and borderline personality disorder. She favors a individualized, Rogerian-based approach based on unconditional positive regard and acceptance of clients, genuine empathy and a desire to understand, and therapist transparency and genuineness. From this foundation, Dr. Frazier uses an eclectic blend of cognitive- behavioral (CBT), dialectical behavior (DBT), interpersonal therapy, emotionally focused therapy (EFT), collaborative couples therapy, (CCT) and transactional analytic therapy (TA) techniques. Dr. Frazier grew up in rural North Dakota and has lived and practiced in Logan since 1992. She balances work with spending time with her husband and two teenage boys in the outdoors and the gym. Dr. Frazier enjoys coaching and playing basketball, trail running, swimming, mountain and road biking, volleyball, and gardening.
“I love my job and working with clients. It’s deeply rewarding and meaningful to form partnerships that promote emotional, physical, and spiritual health, strength, and well- being. I truly care about my clients and am committed to understanding and connecting in positive ways as well as providing high-quality, evidence-based treatment.”
Dr. Mark Radel
Mark Radel obtained his masters degree in psychology in 2010 and his PsyD doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology in 2014 from the University of Indianapolis. During his training, Dr. Radel worked in Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis’ Counseling Center, Community Hospital’s Hook Rehabilitation program, and the Julian Center’s Counseling Center, the community mental health center branch of a women and children’s domestic violence center. He completed an APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship at Hamm Memorial Psychiatric Clinic in St. Paul, Minnesota, and a post-doctoral fellowship at Meridian Psychological Associates in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is currently in private practice as a clinical psychologist licensed in the state of Utah.
Dr. Radel is trained as a generalist and works with adults in individual psychotherapy to address a wide variety of mental health issues. His specialty areas include the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder and trauma-related reactions, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and issues related to domestic violence. He also has experience working with individuals with personality disorders. He practices primarily from a psychodynamic approach and incorporates aspects of cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, humanistic, and existential therapies to suit individuals’ specific treatment goals.