Atlanta-based Licensed Professional Counselor
“We are all different, and respond to conflicts and life’s traumas in diverse ways. It is my mission to help you accomplish your goals, and to explore additional possibilities for a more fulfilling present and future.”
Ayonna Johnson is a licensed therapist in the state of Georgia, and a nationally certified counselor. She has been working with trauma survivors for over a decade, and has been instrumental in assisting those who wish to improve the quality of their lives. She has an eclectic approach, integrating multiple therapeutic techniques based on the needs of the individuals that she serves. She specializes in issues concerning:
Education and Credentials
Ms. Johnson obtained a Master of Science degree in Community Counseling from Mercer University and completed the mediation program at the University of Washington Law School in Seattle, which led to certification as a mediator. She provides expert witness testimony for the prosecution and defense in family violence and stalking cases. Ayonna Johnson is a leader and educator in the community, and has appeared multiple times on CNN, The New York Times, Headline News' In Session, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, Reverend Al Sharpton’s Real Talk Radio Show, the Tom Joyner Morning Show, and the Frank and Wanda Morning Show on V-103 in Atlanta, Georgia. She has been a guest lecturer at Emory and Georgia State University and has facilitated judicial trainings and continuing legal education for attorneys in the state of Georgia.
Ayonna in the News:
Ayonna has provided has been interviewed and cited by _major media outlets including CNN, Headline News, 11 Alive News in Atlanta, The New York Times, PBS, AJC and more. Click the images below to view her work: