Jantrell Johnson

Contributing Faculty
College of Social and Behavioral Health
School of Counseling
M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Dr. Jantrell Johnson's formal training is in Counselor Education and Supervision and she has been in the counseling field for 7 years working primarily in the field of addiction counseling. In this role Jantrell has exemplified mastery of assessments, treatment planning, case management, and group and individual counseling. Jantrell later transitioned into higher education where she has served as clinical coordinator of practicum and internship experiences.
At Walden University, she has taught Ethics and Legal Issues, Techniques of Counseling, Research, Group Counseling, Addiction Counseling, Introduction to Mental Health Counseling, Foundations of Counseling, and Group Lab in the School of Counseling.

Dr. Johnson's research interest are substance abuse counselors professional quality of life and the counselor-client relationship. She has presented at numerous conferences including the Louisiana Counseling Association Annual Conference and the Louisiana Association of Substance Abuse Counselors & Trainers (LASACT) Conference.


PhD, University of Holy Cross

MA, Southern University and A&M College

BS, Southern University and A&M College