Ashlea Johnson, LCSW

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A Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Ashlea has extensive training and experience cultivated through work and education in a variety of settings, ranging from schools, to hospitals, group homes, and private practice. Ashlea completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology at the University of Maryland, College Park Campus.She went on to earn her Master of Social Work degree with a concentration in clinical mental health from the University of Maryland at Baltimore. While attaining that degree, Ashlea completed her clinical practicum at Johns Hopkins Adolescent Clinic and worked part-time at the Kennedy Krieger Institute’s Therapy Center. She completed her post-graduate clinical supervision at the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, Maryland.

Early in her career, Ashlea provided career counseling services to adolescents and young adults being released from the correctional system, worked with children, adolescents, and adults dealing with chronic illness, Autism Spectrum Disorders and various developmental disabilities, and supported patients suffering from depression and anxiety.

In October of 2004, Ashlea moved to the South Lake County area and has continued to seek out diverse professional opportunities to grow her clinical skills. She worked with both adults and children in hospitals, schools, and private practice before deciding to open Summit Mental Health Services, PLLC in Minneola-Clermont. Ashlea has been credentialed by the State of Florida to provide clinical supervision to post-graduate level therapists. She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers. Ashlea is a certified facilitator for Sibshops and offers the program in Lake and Orange Counties.Call (352) 247-2385 today to take that first step toward healing and schedule an appointment with Ashlea.

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