Christy Johnson

Christy Johnson is a licensed master social worker and mental health counselor that specializes in helping individuals increase feelings of safety and security in their bodies to help manage symptoms of depression, anxiety, anger, grief, and other difficult life challenges. Christy brings to the table a special focus on neuroscience, mindfulness, and real-world practices for emotional regulation and stress management. Christy graduated from New Mexico Highlands University with a Masters degree in social work in 2021 and currently practices as a mental health therapist.
Heart popping out of a card to show romantic connectionCupid Is Out, Connection Is In: Stop Focusing on Romantic Love If You Want to Feel Less Lonely
Christy Johnson
February 14, 2024
December 6, 2023
Social
This blog explores ways to move beyond the singular pursuit of romantic love and celebrates the diverse variety of connections available in the world. 
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Fork with a strawberry on topA Therapist’s Insights on Disordered Eating: Causes, Consequences, and Coping Strategies
Christy Johnson
January 29, 2024
December 6, 2023
Body
Mind
Disordered eating is a common and complex issue that affects many people in different ways. It can have serious consequences for an individual’s physical and mental health, and it can interfere with overall happiness and wellbeing.
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A group of people putting their arms around each other in support.From Stigma to Support: Creating Supportive Environments for People Experiencing Substance Use Disorder
Christy Johnson
November 16, 2023
December 6, 2023
Mind
Substance use disorder (SUD) is a complex and challenging condition affecting millions worldwide. It is often misunderstood and stigmatized, which can make it harder for those who struggle with it to seek help and recover.
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Guy posing for social mediaThe Science of Social Media and Mental Health: How it Affects Us and How to Use it Mindfully
Christy Johnson
October 16, 2023
December 6, 2023
Social
Mind
It is important to learn how social media affects our mental health and practice using it in the most supportive manner for ourselves and our unique lifestyles. Each person’s individual needs around social media will vary.
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Two remote workers discuss teamwork and their job while drinking tea. 7 Tips for Creating Effective Team Environments that Support Remote Workers’ Mental Wellbeing
Christy Johnson
September 5, 2023
December 6, 2023
Employees
Mind
Executives
HR
To keep up with the advancements of an increasingly remote workforce, it is imperative to investigate and adopt new and innovative ways of creating a sense of teamwork that is inclusive of remote and hybrid workers. 
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Red emergency phone used to call a suicide prevention hotlineHow to Create a Suicide Safety Plan and Why It Matters
Christy Johnson
September 4, 2023
December 6, 2023
Mind
Purpose
Employees
Suicide is a major public health concern that affects people of all ages, backgrounds, and circumstances. Suicidal thoughts and a crisis can happen at any time. When it does, a Suicide safety plan is vital for a person experiencing the crisis. Filled with information on who they can turn to, next steps, and help, it gives them a plan to follow to stay safe.
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Silhouette of a girl on a dock next to water, crying into her hands and feeling grief. National Grief Awareness Day 2023: How to Support Individuals, Families, and Workplaces in Dealing with Grief
Christy Johnson
August 30, 2023
December 6, 2023
Mind
Career
Employees
Grief can affect our physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual wellbeing, and it can also impact our relationships, work, and daily functioning. Grief is often misunderstood, minimized, or avoided by our society, leaving people to feel isolated, unsupported, or overwhelmed by their feelings.
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