Vivian Johnson earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Delaware State University in 2005. After obtaining this degree, she earned her Master’s in Social Work degree from Delaware State University in 2007. Since then, Vivian has gained much knowledge and experience in the areas of foster care and adoption for over 10 years. Furthermore, Vivian has years of experience in intensive outpatient family therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and parent-child interaction therapy.
Vivian works with a variety of clients of all ages/backgrounds. Vivian works with children/adolescents from the ages of 2-6 years old within PCIT therapy and ages 5-18 years old for intensive outpatient therapy. Vivian also works with adults in regards to parenting, dealing with stress, anxiety issues, foster care/adoption issues, and overall behavioral health issues. Furthermore, Vivian is comfortable working with issues such as adult behavioral issues, children/adolescent issues, Christian counseling, co-parenting, grief/trauma, relationship issues, self-esteem issues, self-harm, stress management, abuse/neglect, women’s issues, anxiety/panic disorders, and depression. Vivian uses various therapeutic techniques and interventions such as cognitive behavioral thought process, eco-systemic family systems therapy, parent-child interaction therapy, stress reduction, relaxation techniques, communication building, and overall processing of experiences with the ability to begin to use new behavioral patterns individually and in a family setting.