Ph.D., M.S., Florida State University
Sport psychology; developmental factors involved in athlete development; the link between affect and performance
Dr. Johnson is an assistant professor of psychology at Georgia Highlands College. He graduated with a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Florida State University in 2006 and is a licensed psychologist in Georgia and Texas. Dr. Johnson relies on an eclectic approach with his clients, primarily using cognitive-behavioral strategies underpinned by a constructivist perspective. After earning his bachelor’s degree in Economics in 1984, he worked for 16 years in public budgeting and finance.