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T Johnson's  Counseling Service

"Building Hope.....and Healing"

Ray of Hope Child Therapy Services, Inc

Tura Johnson, MA, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist #105623

Florida Registered Telehealth Provider

Tura has worked with individuals recovering from addiction and mental illness, juvenile offenders, individuals in the correctional system including  Federal Bureau of Prisons and San Francisco Drug Court, and foster care. She furthered her education at California School of Professional Psychology and received a Masters in Clinical Psychology with a focus on Forensics, Child and Family. Her practicum experiences included Contra Costa County Conditional Release Program, Child Haven, Bay Area Community Resources and Head Start. She worked with agencies that provide a variety of services in the Bay Area such as HealthRight 360, Asian American Recovery Services, Family Service Agency, and Bonita House.​

She has worked with Behavioral Health at San Mateo County providing community based services to the severely mentally ill population. She has experience working with people in recovery from alcohol and drugs and survivors of trauma. She is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. 

Her focus is providing therapy to individuals with depression and mood disorders, anxiety, and thought disorders such as schizophrenia. Her approaches include Motivational Interviewing, Solution Focused and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She has experienced working with diverse populations and treatment is client-centered.

When working with children, She uses play therapy techniques to help children explore their life and express their emotions and thoughts freely. Also, She is trained in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) to improve the parent-child relationship.