Mrs. Johnson’s career combines experience in both pastoral counseling and psychotherapy, education, and speaking. She received her Master of Arts in Professional Counseling from Liberty University, and earned her BA in Human Development and Family Studies from Lee University. She is a national board certified counselor and provides consultation and training for both secular and ministerial organizations. Currently, she is working towards her PhD in Counseling Psychology.
She has been privileged to work with individuals, couples, and families across the lifespan. Over the past 16 years she has worked in educational and liturgical settings and has years of direct experience in a clinical setting offering higher levels of care to high acuity patients. Some of her most recent clinical work also allowed her to support parents impacted by the unique needs of individuals with eating disorders, personality and mood disorders, suicidality, and self-harm. She is also an insightful source of support for corporate and community organizations.
Unique to the needs of corporate environments, Charryse offers onsite grief and crisis counseling to help support work cultures and teams through unexpected transitions. This support allows team members to remain in their day, while taking allocated time out to process their experiences. Following this support, employers and leaders will be given insight and guidance on how to appropriately move forward.
Charryse views therapy as an collaborative process and offers an integrated approach in which values, the search for meaning, and the power of choice are a central focus. She also enjoys incorporating experiential techniques and has specialized training in trauma.It is her desire to offer a nonjudgemental environment that provides support, encouragement, and practical skills.
License #: Licensed Professional Counselor
License #: National Board Certified Counselor
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Prepare - Enrich Marriage Facilitator
International Association of Trauma Professionals (IATP)
American Counseling Association
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