- Student Health Center
- Counseling and Psychological Services
Mia Johnson (M.A.) is a clinical psychology doctoral candidate completing her pre-doctoral internship at CAPS. Mia loves working with university and college undergraduate and graduate students. Her work often focuses on anxiety, depression, trauma, life transitions, and family of origin problems. Her passion for clinical work lies in wanting to provide multicultural and affirmative counseling to clients who hold marginalized identities. Mia works from an integrative theoretical lens, pulling from psychodynamic, person-centered, feminist, and cognitive-behavioral theories to find what best fits for each individual client.
Mia provides embedded counseling and Let's Talk sessions at Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center in addition to individual and group counseling at CAPS.