I’m so appreciative to be recognized as part of Loudoun’s 40 under 40 class of 2021! Thank you to all of my clients who have allowed me into their lives. I never saw myself as a business owner but am so grateful to now own a practice that continues to grow. And I finished my website just in time for the banquet! Journeytowellnessvirginia.com
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As adults, our world is not always as diverse and expansive as the world in which our teens live. How can you be a trusted adult, not only to your teens but to their friends as well? Join Denisha Johnson Hamilton, LCSW Denisha Johnson, LLC; Suchita Palit, Mental Health Counselor; Dominique Callins; and Michelle Nicholas for this multicultural conversation.
February 24 at 7 PM
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I’m so honored to not only have been nominated, but to be considered one of Loudoun’s 40 under 40 🙏🏾❤️
Denisha Johnson LLC will now do business as Journey to Wellness. I decided to make this change to show my personal growth as an entrepreneur, my business growth, growth of my clients, and the growth of interns and residents that I am supervising. Please follow this new page (there aren’t any posts but I promise to fix that soon 😉). Thank you all for your support over the years.
Let me know if there are any questions you have or topics you’d like discussed.
Who doesn’t need a little extra help decoding their teen’s behavior? Join us April 15 for some insight!
"Trends in Youth Substance Abuse; Why Good Kids from Good Homes Are Still at Risk."
Substance abuse is a major risk factor for teen suicide. Alcohol, prescription drugs, recreational drugs, vaping...what do parents have to worry about their children being exposed to these days? What can parents do to make sure their children are protected? Hear from school, legal, law enforcement and mental health specialists about how to identify and get help for teens who may be abusing drugs and alcohol.
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Life can often feel overwhelming for teens. Our workshops help teens pause, focus and learn skills that can help them through moments of chaos, uncertainty, and stress, while making meaningful connections with their peers.
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In the spirit of keeping all of our kids safe, I'd like to invite parents of teens to this free, online event aimed at helping you to better understand your teen's world. This month's panel discussion is about teen dating and how to support your child as they develop healthy romantic relationships. Discussion will include how to identify teen dating abuse (1 in 11 high school girls will experience teen dating violence and 50% of young people who experience physical or sexual abuse will attempt to commit suicide).
Link to register: https://www.ryanbartelfoundation.org/fortitude-for-parents
Ryan Bartel Foundation's Mission: To prevent youth suicide through awareness, upstream educational programs and activities that support and empower youth, families and the community at-large through acceptance, connection, resiliency and hope. We are a 501.c.3 non-profit organization based in Loudoun County, Virginia.
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This is a great opportunity to help teens have a voice, create some virtual socialization, and build coping skills through these stressful times.
FORTitude Teen Workshops | ryanbartelfoundation FORTitude Teen Workshops are our new, RBF created series of online teen workshops using evidence-led best practices in mindfulness and positive psychology, helping teens discover their inner enoughness and personal superpowers.
Stuck Together Virtual Family Event
Does it feel like your family has been stuck together under one roof for too long? 😱
Are you getting on each other’s nerves? Fighting more than usual? Snapping at every little thing? 🤬
If you’re exhausted, resentful, and just over it. If you wish it were different, but don’t know how to make a change...
🆘 HELP IS HERE 🆘
You’re invited to join us on Saturday, September 26 for engaging, insightful breakout sessions and entertaining family-building activities you’ll rebuild your connections with your teens—and have fun doing it.
It’s going to be a fun-filled, problem-solving, hope-inspiring day.
You’ll walk away with the tools 🧰 and mindset 🤔 to transform your family from one that feels stuck together into one that chooses to stick together.
PLUS: All proceeds are going to the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention—which is needed more than ever these days.
Sign up at https://drcam.clickfunnels.com/stucktogetherwelcome
Stuck Together Virtual Family Event A full-day, fun-filled, solution-focused day to help you family go from feeling stuck together to being excited to stick together! LIVE Saturday, September 26, 2020 from 10-6PM EST. You're not going to want to miss this!
If you’re looking for a tailor made workout routine for yourself or your children during this school year, here’s a local resource for you.
"13th" Movie Discussion
There’s still time to register for the community discussion on the movie 13th, discussing the 13th amendment and the impact on the African American community.
"13th" Movie Discussion Demystifying the Impact of the 13th Amendment and the Mass Incarceration of Black Americans: A Community Discussion of the Movie "13th".
Please register and join us for a much needed conversation as we prepare for schools to go to school in September.
We are so excited to have this amazing group of mental health professionals on our FORTitude for Parents Panel –School in the Fall, coping with potential Mental Health Impacts on Teens.
Are you concerned about the mental health impacts of continued social distancing? How do you motivate your teen in this new learning environment? What does constructive feedback sound like to teens?
These questions and more will be covered tomorrow July 16th at 7pm.
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Our third panelist for the upcoming FORTitude for Parents panel is Denisha Johnson, LLC. Denisha has been providing mental health treatment in Loudoun County for 15 years. She has extensive experience working with teens and young adults.
Teens are facing an upcoming school year full of uncertainty. Parents are facing new and uncharted academic and social challenges for their families.
This panel will discuss how to best support your teen through these changes and uncertain times.
Thursday, July 16th at 7pm
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Don't forget to join us for our next FORTitude for Parents Panel on Removing The Stigma of Mental Health Support.
Panelist Neil McNerney, LPC, Denisha Johnson LCSW, and Fiona Brown, LPC will discuss how to navigate mental health treatment, including where to start, how to find a provider and the different treatment options available.
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Last night, I had the pleasure of participating in a zoom conversation with the Ryan Bartel Foundation about communicating with your teen during the pandemic. If you weren’t able to participate, the video is below and can give you some good tips to use with your family.
Thank you to everyone who attended last night's FORTitude for Parents Panel Discussion “Let's Talk. Effectively Communicating with your Teen”.
Thank you to our amazing panelist Neil McNerney and
Denisha Johnson, LLC who provided great insight and ideas for effective ways to communicate with our teens. For those of you who may have missed the discussion, you can watch the recording here:
Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: Let's Talk. Effectively Communicating with your Teen. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting.
Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: Let's Talk. Effectively Communicating with your Teen. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting. Communicating with your teen is a challenge, even on a good day. The challenges increase dramatically when we add the pressures of social distancing, online learning, and being around each other all the time. The Ryan Bartel Foundation is pleased to have two local experts in understanding the teenag...
I’m so excited to participate in the Power Up Conference again this year. The focus will be on self care and self love. Hope to see you there 💕
I’m so thankful and excited to have been invited to NVCC’s Loudoun campus to discuss the coming out process from a clinical perspective. I hope this helps anyone going through the process, whether personally or as an ally, to gain a new and healthy perspective on such an important part of so many peoples lives.
If you know anyone who is contemplating divorce and could use some guidance about the process, please pass this along. I will be participating in hosting these information workshops on a monthly basis. The next one is August 19th at 6pm in Lansdowne.
I had so much fun doing my “Inside Out Outside In” presentation at Stone Hill Middle School that I forgot to take a picture! Thank you to all of the parents that came out to get a few tips on how to improve communication with your pre-teens 🙂
This morning, I had the honor of presenting at the Teen Power Up Conference. We discussed depression, bullying, and self love. It’s so nice to see a group of young ladies interested in improving their physical and mental health.
Sharing another LCPS presentation on Autism.
I would love for you to join me Wednesday night at 8pm to discuss a variety of issues impacting teenagers and their mental health.
Passing along resources. CCT is a mindfulness/compassion training which integrates traditional contemplative practices with contemporary psychology and scientific research on compassion and is designed to develop the qualities of compassion, empathy, and kindness for oneself and for others. The program was developed at the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education (CCARE) at Stanford University by a team of contemplative scholars, clinical psychologists, and researchers. If you or someone you know is interested but the cost might be prohibitive, there is financial assistance to help cover partial registration costs for those who otherwise could not join the class.
I am so excited to be a part of this fantastic opportunity to help empower, educate, and support women on mental health issues.
We are excited to announce our last and final speaker on our Know Your Worth panel, Denisha Johnson. Denisha is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and therapist. Denisha recently entered the world of entrepreneurship and opened a mental health private practice. Prior to that, she was the clinical director for Wellness Connection in Ashburn, VA. Denisha is well versed in dealing with issues of anxiety and depression, as well as a other mental health issues that impact adults. Denisha’s philosophy to therapy: “Life is a journey and any impact I can have on helping a person through that journey is an honor and privilege. I aim to help people understand and accept themselves, and move towards the life they deserve.” Get your ticket today!
Woke up bright and early today to present at Dominion High School on Stress and Self care 🤗
Quote 6: I just want to be normal. I have no idea what that is, but I keep working towards some imaginary goal.
Quote 5: Life was getting so hard. Things were getting more and more gray. I wanted to give up. But for some reason I didn’t.
Quote 4: I used to struggle to see my progress because I was so attached to my depression. But my eyes are finally opening and it feels really nice.
Quote 3: My depression is exhausting. I feel like I’ve used up all of my energy before I even get in the shower 😩
Quote 2: My depression used to make me sad. Now it just makes me angry. Just because it looks different to you, doesn’t mean it’s different to me.
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