Tracy Johnston, EdD, LMHC
Dr. Johnston is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, a Nationally Certified Counselor, and a Board Certified Coach who has spent her professional career as a private practice psychotherapist, communication coach helping individuals and families gain the communication and conflict resolution skills that they need to achieve personal, parenting and professional success with less conflict, and greater joy and productivity. Dr. Johnston is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Law Mediator and Qualified Parenting Coordinator who has over 20 years experience working with families in transition through the negotiation and conflict resolution process.
Dr. Johnston received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Southern Maine, a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Texas A&M at Corpus Christi, and a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University. Ms. Johnston is also adjunct faculty at Florida State College Jacksonville where she teaches courses in General Psychology, and Human Relations in Business and Industry.
She also has extensive experience working with private, and not-for-profit organizations in a variety of settings and roles, ranging from individual coaching to organizational training exercises. Her community service work includes serving on the Board of Directors for several local non-profit organizations.
Jamie Nichols Tarpley, MS
Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern
Ms. Tarpley is a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern with 10 years of experience working with children ages birth to 18 and their families. She's spent many of those years working with families to address specific behavioral and social-emotional concerns of their young child or adolescent.
Ms. Tarpley earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from University of San Diego and a Master of Science in Counseling with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis from Nova Southeastern University. Ms. Tarpley also provides Early Intervention Services as an Infant Toddler Developmental Specialist through the Early Steps Program and works with youth and families in the Teen Court of Clay County Program. She has worked with children with autism as a Behavior Therapist/Instructor doing in-home and community based therapy as well as clinical therapy. Before working with children in a therapeutic setting, Ms. Tarpley was an Early Childhood Educator and Director of Preschool programs.
Ms. Tarpley is currently the Program Director of the Pathways to Success Program for adolescents and parents.