Caryn Johnson, LCPC, NCC
Caryn Johnson, LCPC, NCC, has worked as one of the primary therapists on the Acute Psychiatric Unit of Shodair Childrenís Hospital since 2007. Caryn received her Bachelorís of Arts degree in psychology and her Masterís of Arts in counseling from Governors State University in the Chicago area.
Caryn interned for 16 months at Thornton Township Youth Community Center in Illinois, focusing on individual therapy with children and adults, group therapy with adolescents, and family and marital counseling. In 2005, Caryn moved to Montana and began working for Golden Triangle Mental Health, where she managed group therapy sessions in dialectical behavior therapy techniques, bi-polar disorder, adolescent conflict management and dual diagnosis issues. She also focused on individual and couples therapy.
In 2006, Caryn received her license as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in the state of Montana. She has been a member of the American Counseling Association since 2003, and a member of the National Board of Certified Counselors since 2004.
Carynís areas of interest include child and family therapy, group therapy, conflict resolution skills for adolescents, and Collaborative Problem Solving.