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.

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 diagnosis
  • Coping with chronic neurological or medical conditions
  • Navigating career as a helping professional

Evaluations

  • Psychological evaluations
  • Neuropsychological evaluations



Common reasons for evaluations:

  • Work-related injuries (worker’s compensation claims)
  • Memory changes or concerns
  • Decline in functioning noticed by self, family, or healthcare providers
Dr. Johnson is in network with Anthem and Medicare. It is important to confirm what mental health benefits are included in your plan by contacting your insurance company. 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.

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 diagnosis

Coping with chronic neurological or medical conditions

Navigating career as a helping professional

Evaluations

Psychological evaluations

Neuropsychological evaluations

Common reasons for evaluations:

Work-related injuries (worker’s compensation claims)

Memory changes or concerns

Decline in functioning noticed by self, family, or healthcare providers

Dr. Johnson is in network with Anthem and Medicare. It is important to confirm what mental health benefits are included in your plan by contacting your insurance company. 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.

About Dr. Johnson

Dr. Johnson first earned her bachelor’s degree from Cedarville University.  She went on to earn her master’s degree in psychology and her doctorate (PhD) from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) in clinical psychology. She completed her internship at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center. Then, she completed a 2-year fellowship in adult clinical neuropsychology at the Indiana University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry.  Following fellowship in 2015, she then stayed on and worked in the psychiatry department providing clinical services (neuropsychological evaluations, psychotherapy) and teaching roles (psychiatry and neuropsychology residents, psychology learners). Dr. Johnson is board certified in adult clinical neuropsychology (formal multi step review process by peers that establishes specialization competency). 

Dr. Johnson specializes in both psychological and neuropsychological evaluations, and has developed particular expertise in the delivery of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for adults with somatoform diagnoses. Examples of this diagnosis include: functional neurological symptom disorder (sometimes referred to as conversion disorder) which includes conditions like psychogenic nonepileptic seizures, functional movement disorders, and chronic pain. The CBT approach Dr. Johnson uses in therapy also can be effective for coping with neurological or chronic medical conditions (Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, migraines, etc.).  CBT is also effective for those in helping professions (an example might be a physician or healthcare worker who is experiencing increased stress, possibly from their job). In addition, Dr. Johnson uses CBT when treating individuals related to workers compensation claims with goals such as return to work.

About Dr. Johnson

Dr. Johnson first earned her bachelor’s degree from Cedarville University.  She went on to earn her master’s degree in psychology and her doctorate (PhD) from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) in clinical psychology. She completed her internship at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center. Then, she completed a 2-year fellowship in adult clinical neuropsychology at the Indiana University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry.  Following fellowship in 2015, she then stayed on and worked in the psychiatry department providing clinical services (neuropsychological evaluations, psychotherapy) and teaching roles (psychiatry and neuropsychology residents, psychology learners). Dr. Johnson is board certified in adult clinical neuropsychology (formal multi step review process by peers that establishes specialization competency). 

Dr. Johnson specializes in both psychological and neuropsychological evaluations, and has developed particular expertise in the delivery of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for adults with somatoform diagnoses. Examples of this diagnosis include: functional neurological symptom disorder (sometimes referred to as conversion disorder) which includes conditions like psychogenic nonepileptic seizures, functional movement disorders, and chronic pain. The CBT approach Dr. Johnson uses in therapy also can be effective for coping with neurological or chronic medical conditions (Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, migraines, etc.).  CBT is also effective for those in helping professions (an example might be a physician or healthcare worker who is experiencing increased stress, possibly from their job). In addition, Dr. Johnson uses CBT when treating individuals related to workers compensation claims with goals such as return to work.

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COVID-19 ANNOUNCEMENT

Due to COVID-19, in person services will be limited at this time.  Therapy sessions will be conducted through a secure, HIPAA-compliant online platform.  Please contact the office with any questions.

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