Your Care in One Place

Our team of professional providers are here to help

WellMind takes an integrated approach to your care with the ability to provide care for all your psychological needs. We have therapists who specialize in certain conditions and all have been trained in EMDR Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Sandtray Therapy, Gottman Couples Therapy; taking a trauma-informed approach to your treatment. We also have team members who are trained in family therapy and couples counseling. Our psychometricians are highly trained in administering  psychological assessments. We offer bio- and neurofeedback to accompany your treatment needs. 

licensed psychological associate
Trauma, depression, anxiety, substance use, & disordered eating.
licensed master social worker
Detailed oriented provider focused on treating the root of the problem using a variety of modalities. 
licensed master social worker
Trauma, depression, anxiety, EMDR therapy
licensed clinical social worker
Using EMDR Therapy & other modalities to get to the root of the problem. 
licensed clinical social worker - supervisor
Providing EMDR, Gottman Couples, & Sandtray Therapy.
licensed clinical social worker-supervisor
Treating individuals, teens, couples, & families in-person.
Providing comprehensive psychological evaluations for Personality, ADHD, and Autism
licensed psychologist, licensed school psychologist, board certified in neurofeedback
Training interns & therapists; facilitating qEEGs & neurofeedback
licensed professional counselor
Using mindfulness & DBT with children, adolescents, & adults struggling with anger & anxiety
licensed professional counselor - associate
Using EMDR Therapy in-person with adults and adolescents.
licensed clinical social worker
Using EMDR Therapy in-person with adults and adolescents.
licensed master social worker
In-person therapy helping all ages to cope with anxiety, depression, & grief. 
licensed professional counselor
US Army Veteran. Using EMDR for individuals with depression, anxiety, and pain. 
Licensed clinical social worker
US Army Veteran. Using EMDR for individuals with PTSD. 
Licensed master social worker
Treating teens and adults with  trauma, anxiety, & depression
Social work intern
Providing therapy under supervision; treating anxiety and transitional issues.

Licensure differences

A psychologist has the highest level of education and training in the field of psychology. Their training can be academia in nature or clinical. A psychologist has either a PhD or PsyD based on their program. Psychologists receive 750 hours of clinical work during their practicum, 1750 hours of predoctoral internship, and another 1750 hours after finishing their doctorate and predoctoral internship. Psychologists are trained in diagnostics and psychological evaluations. They also have experience in extensive research and completing a dissertation. WellMind's psychologists provide psychotherapy, conduct assessments, and help with the supervision of interns,
Psychological interns are able to provide services within their area of training. WellMind will employ masters level and doctoral residents. Doctoral level interns have already received 1750 practicum hours in psychological services to include assessment and therapy. Our masters level interns have prior experience with psychological assessment and some are experienced with therapy. Interns must complete 3000 hours of internship and passage of state licensure exams prior to working independently.

All of WellMind's interns are directly trained and supervised by Dr. Temperance Johnson.
Psychological Intern
Licensed Clinical Social Workers are valuable as they approach your therapy with a sense of community, family, and self. Our social workers are well-trained in trauma therapy and bring their own expertise and knowledge to your therapy session. They are required to have training from an accredited university, pass the jurisprudence and clinical licensing exams, and complete 3000 hours of internship prior to becoming licensed. Our LCSWs take continuing education to the next level; not only obtaining training at WellMind, but also seeking out their own areas of interest such as EMDR therapy, DBT, Gottman Couples therapy, Ego-State therapy, and becoming more informed treating dissociation.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
An LMSW has completed all academic training to become a social worker and is/may be currently working towards an LCSW license, needing the additional supervision and 3000 clinical hours within 24-48 months. Has been conferred a master's degree in social work from a CSWE-accredited social work program, or a doctoral degree in social work from an accredited university acceptable to the 111 Council, and has documentation in the form of a university transcript of successfully completing a field placement in social work. Has passed the Master's examination administered nationally by ASWB. LMSW are able to bill some insurances and diagnose / treat mental health conditions.
Licensed Master Social Worker
Licensed Professional Counselors have a variety of experiences and knowledge to include in-depth trauma treatment, holistic approaches, to grief and supportive counseling. Our LPCs are well trained in crisis intervention, trauma-treatment, and solution focused techniques. They are required to have training from an accredited university, pass the jurisprudence and clinical licensing exams, and complete 3000 hours of internship prior to becoming licensed.
Licensed Professional Counselor
This education and training typically requires students to complete at least 60 semester-hours (2-3 years full-time) of coursework and practicum/internship experiences. As part of their curriculum, trainees develop academic and applied knowledge regarding psychological assessment, an understanding of theories underlying the major (current and historical) approaches to psychotherapy, and applied training in individual and group approaches to psychotherapy. Master’s training also includes applied skill development in assessment and psychotherapy with children and/or adults, including at least two semesters of supervised clinical practice under the direct supervision of program faculty (psychologists) followed by a 500-clock-hour external practicum, during which they practice and receive supervision at a site in the community. After graduating from a master’s program, those seeking to become licensed for independent practice must also obtain additional post-graduation supervised practice experiences from licensed supervisors.
Licensed Psychological Associate