Tonya M. Henley-Johnson is both a Licensed Professional Counselor and Master Addiction Counselor in the state of Georgia. Mrs. Henley-Johnson specializes in substance abuse treatment, mental health treatment, sexual abuse treatment, individual, couples and family counseling. Mrs. Henley-Johnson maintains a private counseling practice in Snellville, Georgia and has over 25 years of experience in the counseling field.
As a therapist, Mrs. Henley-Johnson utilizes an Eclectic approach to therapy, and currently serves as a private practitioner working with a broad spectrum of clients. Mrs. Henley-Johnson's areas of expertise are the following: 1) Addiction and Recovery Counseling, 2) Anger Management Counseling, 3) Anxiety and Depression Counseling, 4) Conflict Resolution Counseling, 5) Individual Counseling, 6) Couple Counseling, 7) Family Counseling, 8) Domestic Violence Counseling, 9) Grief Counseling, 10) Offender Reentry Counseling, 11)Parenting Support Counseling, 12) Sexual Abuse Counseling, 13) Stress Management Counseling, 14) Work and Career Counseling, and 15) HIV/AIDS Counseling.
In addition to being a prominent therapist in the state of Georgia, Mrs. Henley-Johnson has presented at national conferences and to general audiences all around the world. Mrs. Henley-Johnson has spoken on various topics that plague our society today, such as, addiction,domestic violence,drug treatment,offender reentry treatment, mental health treatment, and sexual abuse treatment. Mrs. Henley-Johnson is an interactive, cognitive behavior therapist, who has a knack for getting individuals motivated to change. Her therapeutic approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges.
Mrs. Henley-Johnson integrates complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach to counseling that is tailored to each client's need. With compassion and understanding, she works with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing. Mrs. Henley-Johnson's societal belief, as a therapist, is that through therapy we as a society can "Take back our families, One community at a time!"
Mrs. Henley-Johnson holds a Master of Art degree in Professional Counseling, a Bachelors of Art degree in Social Work, and an Associates of Applied Science degree in Human Services. Mrs. Henley-Johnson is a Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor, a National Board of Certified Counselors and an active member of the National Association for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors. In addition, Mrs. Henley-Johnson is a motivational speaker, writer, and soon to be author. Her mantra in life is "No Matter What!"
In closing, Mrs. Henley-Johnson has spent an extensive length of time attending trainings in the following areas: Ethics Violations: A guide to Reporting and Managing the Process, Georgia Addiction Counseling Training, Five Principals for Effective Counseling Training Vision of Addiction Training in Georgia, Pharmacology of Addiction Training, Working with Emotionally and Spiritually Conflicted Substance Abuse Clients, Ethics and Boundaries in Substance Abuse Treatment Training, Practical Application for Ethical Dilemmas, HIV, AIDS, and STD’s Training, Working with Resistant Clients, Introduction to Ecosystem Structural Family Therapy Model Training, Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Model (TREM) Training Abuse, Neglect, and Incident Reporting for Paraprofessionals Training, Bipolar Disorder in Children and Adolescents Case Management Basics for Paraprofessionals Training, Co-Occurring Disorders: An Overview for Paraprofessionals Training, Coordinating Primary Care Needs for Paraprofessionals Training, Corporate Compliance for Paraprofessionals Training, Crisis Management for Paraprofessionals Training, Cultural Issues in Mental Health Treatment for Paraprofessional(s)Training, Defining Serious and Persistent Mental Illness and Recovery Training, Depressive Disorders in Children and Adolescents Training, Working with Military Families Training, Seeking Safety Model for Trauma and Substance Abuse Training, Documentation and individualized Recovery and Resiliency Training, The Role of Medication in Substance Abuse Treatment Training Part 2, The Role of Medication in Substance Use Treatment Training Part 1, Treatment Practitioner‘s Research Training, Introduction to Medication for Alcohol Dependence Training Part 2, Introduction to Medication For Alcohol Dependence Training Anger Management Training Part 1, Relapse Prevention Training, Suicide Prevention Training, HIV & Aids Training, Clinical Documentation Training, Cultural Diversity Training, Community Needs Training, CAFAS Training, Working with the Mentally Ill and Dually Diagnosed Training, Drug Treatment Specialist Training, Case Management Training, Working with Female Offenders Training, Human Resources Management Training, Principles of Supervision Training, Leadership and Development Training, Correctional Services Training, Inmate System Management Training, Effective Communication Skills Training, Suicide Prevention Training, Manipulative Inmates Training, Report Writing Training, Special Needs Inmates Training, Basic Prison Transport Training, Central Inmate Monitoring Services Training, Unit Disciplinary Committee Certification Training, CPR Certification Training and NCIC Certification Training.