Stephanie Johnson, M.A.
Mental Health Coach
Your Mental Health Navigator
How can I help you?
Finding the most appropriate mental health professional should be easier. Unfortunately, not knowing where to begin or what questions to ask can make the process feel daunting. That's where I can help! I specialize in being the "mental health navigator" for parents, caregivers, couples and individuals who are seeking professional mental health help. To schedule a in-depth consultation, book your session today.
If you feel like you're searching for something in your life that you can't quite put your finger on or you know it's time for some changes in your personal or professional life, but you're not sure how to get started, then book a consultation today to find out if coaching is right for you!
Stephanie E. Johnson, MA
Stephanie is a native of Atlanta, GA. She earned a B.A. in psychology from Dillard University and M.A. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Northern Iowa. Stephanie’s former professional experience includes: supervised clinical therapist for adjudicated youth, suicide prevention and intervention supervised group counselor for African American women, and over 10 years in psychiatric research at Emory University, School of Medicine-Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, where she managed several groundbreaking first episode psychosis and early intervention for schizophrenia studies at Grady Memorial Hospital. Stephanie’s interest in mental health advocacy and the improvement in quality of mental health care provision stems from learning as a child that her mother was diagnosed with schizophrenia. Her passion for this area of the field has led to other projects such as: team lead and co-developer of the Emory University School of Medicine suicide-prevention continuity of care mobile app, ReliefLink (free on iTunes); former radio show host of “Lunch Therapy”, a mental health awareness talk show on Love 860AM and as an expert panelist for mental health fairs, forums and townhalls. Along with being the founder and owner of NaviPsych, LLC, she's also the Executive Director of the Lee Thompson Young Foundation, an Atlanta-based mental health nonprofit 501(c)3 organization whose mission is eliminating stigma related to mental illness.
Mental Health Consultation
Are you a parent, caregiver, friend, colleague or someone in the social support network of someone who has a mental health diagnosis? Are you having challenges with seeking the proper help for your loved one? Do you know someone who you'd like to help seek professional mental health help, but not sure what to say to him/her? Are you in need of professional mental health help, but not sure how or where to begin? Let me be your "mental health navigator". Book an in-depth consultation today!
Stephanie offers audiences a thought provoking, informative, and upbeat experience that leaves you wanting to explore, investigate and discover more! She enjoys speaking about mental health professional entrepreneurship, mental health and mental illness education, awareness and advocacy; mental health non-profit leadership and impact; culture, society and psychological well-being, and personal development. If you would like to have her as a guest on your podcast, live social media interview, conduct a training, or as a speaker for an event, click to the button below!
Mental Health in the Workplace
Cultivating a workplace culture that promotes and supports mental health has become top priority for many companies; small and large. However, there are often special considerations that may not be common business knowledge when making those changes. Guidance from a mental health professional with specialized experience in the needs unique to your current workplace can make all the difference while creating a safe, engaging, and well-informed workplace environment that enhances the overall psychological well-being of employees. Book a consultation with me to get you started in the right direction!
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