Elizabeth Johnson, L.C.S.W.
Life is complicated and overwhelming for those who feel that they do not have a voice or right to voice their concerns. My belief is that one of the most important things we can do is give a voice to the voiceless. There are too many people in this world that find themselves struggling with various situations who feel they are alone in this fight. By being a healthy and supportive outlet, I help my clients learn to adapt and heal by using their own strength and power.
I completed my Bachelor of Science in Sociology at the University of Florida and received my Master’s of Arts in Social Work from Florida State University. My clinical experience includes working in both inpatient and outpatient facilities with men, women, and families. I have also worked with adolescents and teenagers in the public school system. I am knowledgeable in the areas of depression, anxiety, addiction, eating disorders, low self worth, trauma, and self harm. I use multiple approaches to work with my clients and adapt to my clients needs. I frequently use solution-focused therapy, strength based approaches, cognitive behavioral therapy, and family systems approaches.
I look forward to being part of your journey and working on the issues that are important to your healing process.