Meet Jessica Johnson, a compassionate Licensed Clinical Psychotherapist with over 22 years of experience. After graduating from Prairie View A&M University and Our Lady of the Lake University, she established her private practice, Once Ann Again Therapy, PLLC, named after her mother. Jessica’s vision is to create meaningful connections with her clients by keeping her practice small and personalized. Offering 100% Virtual Sessions, she ensures flexibility with appointments on weekdays, after-hours, weekends, and some minor holidays. Accepting major insurances, Jessica is dedicated to guiding her clients’ unique journeys, offering perspectives and support in their search for answers to life’s questions.
In her therapeutic approach, Jessica believes that each person’s journey is unique, and her role is to provide opportunities and perspectives for making small adjustments along the way. She walks side by side with her clients, helping them find answers to life’s profound questions. If you’re seeking a compassionate and understanding guide on your personal journey, Jessica Johnson is here to support you every step of the way. Let’s learn more about her below.
Christina: What is your SwagHer? What makes Jessica, Jessica?
Jessica: My SwagHer is my unconventional style and personality. I’m a giver, I want everyone to win and I think I infuse that fire a lot in my practice.
Christina: Why did you want to become a therapist?
Jessica: I wanted to be in the helping profession where I could impact people and see measurable change.
Christina: Who or What is your biggest inspiration?
Jessica: My mother, her tenacity, strength, and consistency is unmatched in my eyes.
Christina: As a therapist, how do you practice self-care?
Jessica: Working out! I feel so accomplished when I’m done. Also, a good happy hour from time to time doesn’t hurt either..lol
Christina: Complete this sentence. Therapy is…
Jessica: An opportunity for healing that doesn’t have to be done alone.
Christina: What is a tip you would give someone who is on the fence about going to therapy?
Jessica: Be optimistic! YOU are in control about who you decide to partner with on this journey. Grab your power and go for it!
Christina: Is there anything else you would like to share?
Jessica: Therapy is not in the confines of just behavioral challenges, but any life transitions that come: changing jobs, new managers, new to a city, therapy is able to “do life” with you.
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