Trisha Johnson, LMFTA

Marriage and Family Therapist Associate

Trisha is a native of California and has lived in North Carolina for the past several years. As a military spouse she believes home is where her family resides. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist – Associate who strives to help remove the “stress” from relationships and works with couples and families to find balance in our often-chaotic lives.
Her undergraduate double bachelor’s degrees in Sociology and Liberal Studies were obtained at Saint Leo University and her Master’s of Marriage and Family Counseling/Therapy is from Capella University of Minnesota. Trisha is an accredited Triple P Positive Parenting Program and Circle of Parents facilitator. These programs focus on creating positive interactions with specific interventions geared towards families experiencing high levels of disfunction.
Her experience includes helping families with specific needs such as parenting and divorce, as well as clients with anxiety, depression, life transitions, loss, and relationship conflict.
Trisha takes a strength-based and relational approach to therapy, seeing her clients as the experts of their own lives, and how living within the context of their lives may be affecting their ability to cope and heal. She uses a variety of therapeutic modalities such as solution focused and structural and strategic family therapy.