Faith Johnson is a native of Jacksonville, Florida where she graduated from Paxon School for Advanced Studies. She attended Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia where she received a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Psychology. She attended Mercer University where she received her Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (Penfield College) and her Master of Divinity from the McAfee School of Theology.
As a Clinician: Faith is currently a Licensed Professional Counselor. She is also a National Certified Counselor with the National Board of Certified Counselors. As a therapist, she conducts assessments, does individual/group counseling, and utilizes an eclectic approach to helping people address personal issues such as depression, addiction, grief and loss. She is the founder of Empowering Minds Care and Counseling, a private practice dedicated to counseling and pastoral care.
As a Servant:. Faith is an ordained Baptist minister and is endorsed by the Progressive National Baptist Convention. She has served as an associate pastor in several churches and within various areas of ministry including children, youth, and administration.
As a Leader: Faith is a staff chaplain for a hospital system where she pastors patients, families and staff members through prayer, conducting worship, special ordinances, crisis interventions, and pastoral counseling. In addition, she provides education on spiritual topics to the hospital as well as the West Georgia community.
Faith considers it a privilege and an honor to serve God by serving people. She enjoys the ministry to which she has been called into.
In her spare time, she enjoys jazz music, theater, reading and sporting events.
Faith is married to the Rev. Dr. Woodrow Johnson Jr. and together they have a son, Joshua.
I use CBT, Solution Focused Therapy, and pastoral/Christian counseling.
Depression, anxiety, couples and spiritual issues.