Dawn Johnson
Mental Health Professional
Washington, District of Columbia
10 years of experience
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About me

If you feel anxious, sad, overwhelmed or stuck, if you are frustrated by your family or relationships, navigating a challenging life transition or are worn out by disordered eating, my practice may be a good fit for you. My therapy style is collaborative, warm, and nonjudgmental, with room for humor. Together, we will work to improve your symptoms, gain a deeper understanding of your concerns and bring about lasting change. I have extensive experience with college students, young adults and mid-career professionals, with a particular focus on individuals navigating life transitions such as the postpartum period, relationship changes and moves. I work well with clients who feel stuck professionally, struggle with work/life balance, or are considering a career change. I am actively supportive of all sexual orientations, gender identities, faiths and national origins.


PsyD (2016)

Anxiety Anxiety and Depression Attachment problems Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Body-Focused Repetitive Behavior Career Counseling Chronic Pain Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Evidence-Based Therapy Grief and Loss Identity Development Infertility Infidelity and Trust Issues LGBTQ+ Life Transitions Mental Health Mood Disorders Panic Parenting Perinatal and Infant Loss Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Perinatal Mood Disorders Postpartum Depression Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Pregnancy Loss Psychodynamic Approaches Psychotherapy Relationship Issues Self-Compassion Self-Esteem Sexual Issues Stress Management Telehealth


Service introduction

My office is conveniently located on Farragut Square (Farragut West/Farragut North stops). I currently offer all services via telehealth, and welcome individuals of all sexual orientations, gender identities and cultural backgrounds. I am able to reply most quickly to email/web form rather than via phone/voicemail.