Max Johnson, BA
Max Johnson (they/he) is completing their internship at Kindred Psychology for their Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CACREP-accredited) at the University of Nebraska Omaha. Max has focused on the tenants of person-centered therapy throughout his education and understands the importance of research-based practice. Max is supervised by Rachel Oxley, MSW LICSW.
Max previously graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with minors in Political Science and Child, Youth, and Family Studies from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln. Max understands that, all too often, poor mental health can result from poor material conditions and unaccepting environments. They are passionate about social justice and structuring our society in a way that uplifts everyone.
As a queer and neurodivergent therapist, Max believes in every client’s capacity to grow towards self-actualization in an empathetic and accepting environment. They strive to be neurodiversity-affirming and trauma-informed in their practice, and to be a fellow traveler in each client’s journey of growth and self-discovery. Max utilizes evidence-based techniques from an eclectic approach, with an emphasis on person-centered theory and mindfulness.
Max accepts clients on pro-bono and sliding fee scale bases as they are not yet in-network with insurance companies. Please contact Courtney for more information.