Meet Our Counselors

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Royann Johnson
Royann Johnson, LPCC-S,
About Royann
As a female African American wellness counselor, I enjoy working with adults and children alike. I have a keen focus in working with individuals and family/couple’s therapy. I am a strong advocate and ally to the LGBTQ+ community. I employ a plethora of strategies to resolve challenges in trauma, anxiety, neuro-atypicality, social, environmental as well as emotional stressors. With certification in specialized modalities like EMDR, parent training and education advocacy, I hope to be able to support you to be your best self.

KaJuan Willis
KaJuan Willis, CT,
Counselor Trainee –  Intern
About KaJuan
As a student/intern and pre-licensed professional, my specialties are interpersonal therapeutic practices through a humanistic theoretical framework. I have previous experience in community mental health agencies, hospitals and private practice settings working with ages across the lifespan.

Clinical Interns

Kamren Susanowski
Kamren Susanowski,
Clinical Intern
About Kamren
I am currently pursuing a master’s in Mental Health Counseling with a focus on Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Toledo. I have experience working with individuals with severe and persistent mental illness and a variety of diagnoses in the hospital systems as well as in outpatient community work. I believe therapy should be tailored to the individual and meet the client’s needs. I draw on techniques from Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and holistic and integrative therapies. In sessions, I focus on empowering the client and ensuring the client has a safe space in my office to openly discuss their feelings and beliefs free of judgment.

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Myint Myint Khine,
Clinical Intern
About Myint
As a pre-licensed counselor intern, I am passionate to support people through difficulties that are part of the human experience by building genuine therapeutic relationships. I have provided counseling in various settings such as residential facilities, hospitals, private mental health agencies and humanitarian organizations, offering mental health and psychosocial support services, particularly to underserved populations with diverse backgrounds in Myanmar (Burma). I myself, as a marginalized individual, have a keen focus on working with vulnerable populations including refugees and minorities. I enjoy working in a holistic and integrative approach, helping adults and teens with concerns related to trauma, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, life transition, emotion regulation and self-esteem.

Noor Bseisso
Noor Bsessio,
Clinical Intern
About Noor
As a counseling intern, I utilize a strength-based and a CBT approach to counseling. My goal is to work with students to find a course for counseling that fits their needs. I am fluent in English and Arabic and have experience working in a community mental health agency and diverse school settings.