Welcome to the Johnson Neuropsychology website! You will find information about Dr. Johnson’s training background and some basic information highlighting the services she offers. Please do not hesitate to
contact the office with any additional questions.

Dr. Johnson is a clinical psychologist, board certified in adult clinical neuropsychology (ABPP-CN). She evaluates and treats adults in her private practice. Dr. Johnson conducts psychological and neuropsychological evaluations and provides individual psychotherapy, using primarily a cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) approach.

Services

Dr. Johnson evaluates and treats adults (age 18 and up).

Therapy

  • Tailored, individual therapy sessions focused on improving functioning
  • Most common approach: Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)

Therapy Specializations:

  • Work-related injuries (worker’s compensation claims)
  • Somatoform disorder (e.g., functional neurological disorder)
  • Recovery from concussion

Evaluations

  • Psychological evaluations
  • Neuropsychological evaluations

 

Common reasons for evaluations:

  • Work-related injuries (worker’s compensation claims)
  • Change in memory, attention, or other thinking skills
  • Assistance with coping and adjustment following injury or diagnosis

Dr. Johnson is not on any insurance panels. If you would like to submit for Out-of-Network benefits, her office can provide to you a superbill (itemized bill) to submit to your insurance company. You may also choose to self-pay. Payment is due at each session.

About Dr. Johnson

Dr. Johnson earned her doctorate (PhD) from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) in clinical psychology. She completed her internship at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center and 2-year fellowship in adult clinical neuropsychology at the Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry.  Dr. Johnson is board certified in adult clinical neuropsychology. 

Dr. Johnson specializes in the evaluation and treatment of adults diagnosed with concussions or somatoform conditions (i.e., functional neurological disorder which includes conditions like psychogenic nonepileptic seizures and functional movement disorders). In treatment, she uses primarily a cognitive behavioral therapy approach (CBT) which is present-focused and emphasizes skill building to improve functioning and assist with recovery. Following a work-related injury, CBT can be an important part for an effective return-to-work plan for some people.

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