Priscilla Johnson

With over half of married couples divorcing in the United States today, I am passionate about providing adults with an opportunity for change. My desire is to assist couples who are trying to navigate the possibility of divorce or the decision of divorce. Through an Interpersonal Therapeutic Approach, I hope to provide some insight into what has brought the couple to this point in their relationship and provide guidance for how to move forward in a healthy and positive direction.

Not only are adults who are pursuing or contemplating divorce suffering during this period in life, but moreover the children of these parents could be developing lasting negative effects. Through family counseling using a Family Systems Therapeutic Approach, I hope to assist in developing a strong family unit that provides children with a sense of belonging, value and support even when in the face of divorcing parents.

Priscilla Johnson is a therapist who works with adults with a wide range of mental health concerns as well as interpersonal/familial struggles. She earned her Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology- Mental Health Counseling from the University of Indianapolis and has worked in a variety of professional roles. Since beginning her career, Priscilla Johnson has worked for the following establishments: Butler University Counseling and Consultation; Outside the Box, Inc. (a rehabilitation organization); the Mental Health Center of Denver and Midtown Community Mental Health Center. Currently she is working as Adjunct Faculty at Butler University teaching graduate students about mental health issues.

Clinical Experience:

  • Individual therapy
  • Couples therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Career counseling and advising
  • Adolescents and adults with developmental/intellectual disabilities
  • Adolescents and adults with acute and chronic mental illness
  • Adults suffering from drug and alcohol addiction

Services provided:

  • Couples therapy
  • Individual therapy
  • Family therapy

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