OUR TEAM


A Better Life Counseling Services Team

Margot Logan

Margot Logan, LCWSMargot Logan, LCSW

The founder of A Better Life Counseling Services, Margot Logan, is an experienced licensed clinical social worker. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Chicago, and a Master of Social Work from Loyola University of Chicago. Margot and her family moved to Florida in 2003, and she began in private practice in 2004. She has extensive experience working with individuals and families, and in the adoption field. As an adoptive mother herself, Margot has a special understanding of the adoption triad. She also has a unique knowledge of families of children with special needs. Margot believes in working with clients from the perspective of where they are, and focusing on the goals that they want to work on.

Laura Hall

Laura Hall

Laura Hall, RMHCI
License number HIMH15526

Laura is a Florida State Registered Mental Health Counseling Intern with a Masters Degree from Capella University. Laura graduated suma collude from Capella University in 2016. Laura specializes in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Adjustment Disorders, Anxiety, and work with children. She is adoption competency trained.

Laura’s optimistic outlook helps her find good points in almost every situation while her outgoing nature makes her easy to talk with. Laura works with children, adults, couples, and families in a variety of situations. Laura takes a strength-based perspective in helping her clients develop their skills and resources to be able to handle any life situations.

 

Brittney McKinney

Brittney McKinney

Brittney McKinney joined the A Better Life Counseling team January 2017. Brittney holds a Bachelor’s in Communications and Information Technology, a Master’s in Interpersonal Communication and as of May 2017 a Master’s in Counselor Education. She brings a smile into the office every day. She tends to take a Solution Focused approach to clients’ concerns. By embracing clients’ strengths, she collaborates to identify what is working well (despite their trials) in order to build on those things to find solutions.