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Jonathon Johnson, MA (he/him)

Pre-Doctoral Practicum

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Jonathon Johnson is currently a fourth-year PsyD Clinical Psychology student at the University of Indianapolis. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of South Carolina in his home state, where he graduated with a BA in Experimental Psychology. He also holds a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from UINDY.

 

In therapy, Jonathon has worked with a diverse clientele, providing individual therapy for clients presenting with racial trauma, acculturation concerns, anxiety, depression, OCD, gender dysphoria, ADHD, grief, familial conflict, and interpersonal concerns. Regarding assessment experience, Jonathon spent the last year providing assessments for the Indiana Department of Child Services, where he aided in providing diagnostic clarification and treatment recommendations for clients. Jonathon’s clinical work is primarily humanistic, but he integrates cognitive-behavioral and interpersonal approaches when beneficial for his clients. 

Jonathon serves as a Project Coordinator for ColumbiaSC63: Our Story Matters, an educational organization dedicated to civil rights history, as an Adjunct Faculty with the Psychology Department at UINDY, and as an Advisor for the Student Diversity Committee for the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences at UINDY. As an advisor, he collaborates with faculty and students to develop/improve diversity-related policies to support diverse students within the college. 

 

Jonathon loves to “challenge” himself and spends time listening to thought-provoking audiobooks, winning escape rooms, and traveling to new places with his partner. 

As one of MMH's practicum students, Jonathon offers reduced-cost services or can bill Purdue UHCSR under the direct supervision of licensed psychologists (including Drs. Beckwith, Boer, Reagan, and McKinney).

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