Jette Johnson

Family Dynamics, Intersectionality

I work well with people who are interested in therapy and the complexities of our experiences – this could include professional decision making, struggling with complicated family relationships and dynamics, and/or the intersections of our identities. I often work with clients who feel tired, confused, scared, hurt, avoid pleasure, don’t feel like they’re good enough, outcasted, silenced, misunderstood and like they’re “too much.” They may fear that they’ll never get better, that others will leave them, that being close to someone else or loved is scary, or that they are unloveable and undeserving of love. In-network with Healthfirst.