Robert Johnson, MC, MCAP, CTT, CST
National Clinical Director
Robert has specialized training in sexuality, trauma informed therapies, and psychodynamic family of origin issues. Robert has served in various capacities within the chemical dependency and mental health field beginning with his work at Behavioral Health of
Baton Rouge working with adolescents and their families. Robert’s position as a primary psychotherapist for the well-known Sierra Tucson’s Sexual Recovery Program allowed him to develop and refine his skills in this critical area of treatment.
He specializes in facilitating groups for sexual concerns and childhood traumas. Never to shy away from challenges, Robert also worked with juvenile sex offenders as the program’s Clinical Director when he lived in the state of Washington. Robert worked at Caron Renaissance for over 25 years and has served as a Primary Therapist, Director of Family and Specialty Services, and most recently as the Clinical Director during his tenure, hence honing his clinical, supervisory, and marketing skills.
Robert has enhanced his abilities through years of training in many different therapeutic modalities, including but not limited to Psychodrama Training, Focused Expressive Psychotherapy Training, and trainings with Patrick Carnes, Robert Weiss, and the late Susan Lee. Robert is also a Certified Trauma Therapist (C.T.T.) through the Post Traumatic Stress Institute in Houston, TX, and a Board-Certified Sex Therapist (CST) in the state of Florida. Robert holds and/or has held various certifications and licenses in Florida, Arizona, Washington, Louisiana, nationally, and internationally, and has expertise in mental health, multicultural, process addictions, and forensic counseling.
Among his many accomplishments, Robert is a Diplomate and Board-Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress with the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress and a member of the American Association for Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists. Robert also served our country with the U.S. Marine Corps (1980-1986) and was honorably discharged.
In this weekly group, clients explore the deep impact that their behaviors and beliefs about sexuality has on themselves and others. By looking at the emotional, mental and spiritual impacts, clients have the opportunity to develop new values and beliefs leading to healthy sexuality and transforming their relationships.