Who Am I?
Hey Ya’ll ! I am Sabrina Johnson, a small town girl with heart for healing. I am the CEO & primary therapist at Legacy of Love Counseling & Wellness, LLC. I have been a licensed professional & nationally certified counselor since 2017. My specialities include working with Black & Brown women who experience anxiety, depression, eating and body image concerns, and self development concerns. I also provide couples counseling including premarital and marriage counseling, and relationship maintenance.
Along with providing individual and couples counseling, I am currently working on my PhD in Counselor Education & Supervision. My research interests include understanding how counseling programs and clinicians develop cultural humility. I am also interested in understanding and addressing eating disorders within the Black community.
I believe that being healed and living whole is our birth right. Healing is an act of unconditional love which requires transforming dysfunctional beliefs, thoughts, and actions that no longer serve us, and once we do, we learn to love ourselves to life, creating a legacy that will manifest greatness across generations.
Also, I am a strong believer that we are the experts in our lives, but sometimes we need a little help figuring out how to own this role. When working with individuals and couples my goal is to help them establish a solid foundation of unconditional love, insight, and empowerment so that they can create & experience the quality of life they desire & deserve to have.
The Black community is over-sick & underserved. At Legacy of Love Counseling & Wellness, we strive to promote and encourage wellness within the Black community by
around mental health through education.
by providing support & culturally-sensitive care
of self and others to create a lasting legacy of health, wealth, and wholeness.
- To provide ethical, evidence-based, & culturally-sensitive services to Black Women & WOC.
- To strengthen trust & relationships between minorities & health professionals.
- To educate minority communities on mental, physical, emotional, spiritual, & financial wellness.
- To reduce health disparities amongst Black women & within the Black community by using cultural humility to reduce cultural mistrust.