Dr. Raushannah Johnson-Verwayne to Speak at 2015 Helping Women Succeed in Atlanta on April 11th

 

Dr. Raushannah Johnson-Verwayne Speaks at 2015 Helping Women Succeed Global Summit & Awards

We’re honored to have Dr. Raushannah Johnson-Verwayne (Dr. RJ) as a featured speaker at the 5th Annual “Helping Women Succeed” Global Summit & Awards on April 11, 2015. Her topic will be … How to Stay Mentally Fit. “Dr. RJ” is a licensed clinical psychologist and the founder of Standard of Care Psychological Services, LLC, in Atlanta, GA.

For tickets and more information about the event, visit http://www.HelpingWomenSucceed2015.eventbrite.com/

Dr. Johnson was born and raised in Newport News, VA. She attended North Carolina A&T State University and earned her Bachelor’s degree in psychology in 1999, graduating with highest honors. She earned her Master’s (2003) and Doctorate in clinical psychology (2006) at the Georgia School of Professional Psychology.

While in graduate school, Dr. Johnson was able to gain practical clinical experience through her work in group homes and day treatment programs, with people suffering from chronic and serious mental illness. Through practicum experiences, she was able to hone her clinical skills in a variety of settings (hospital, day program, outpatient clinics, psychoeducational settings, private practice, in-home services) and by working with a variety of populations (children in foster care, ethnically diverse, inner city, special education, forensic) during her clinical training. Dr. Johnson entered into an APA (American Psychological Association) accredited psychology internship in 2005 at Queen’s Children’s Psychiatric Center in Bellerose, NY, and successfully completed training at the Sagamore Children’s Hospital and Wantagh Day Treatment Program in Long Island, NY.

Dr. Johnson’s clinical research project focused on understanding the barriers to treatment faced by low-SES African American families of children with emotional and behavioral disorders. Dr. Johnson also has a special interest in trauma and victims of child sex trafficking. http://www.standardofcarepsychological.com/

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