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Laura L. C. Johnson’s Bio

By on January 1, 2007 – 12:00 pm  No Comment

Laura L.C. Johnson, MA, MBA, LMFT, LPCC is a Cognitive Behavior Therapist and the founder and executive director of the Cognitive Behavior Therapy Center of Silicon Valley and Sacramento Valley. She integrates positive psychology with cognitive behavior therapy and schema therapy, which have been shown to be effective for a wide variety of problems in hundreds of studies. Laura helps her clients learn skills to build positive emotions, optimism, and resilience while decreasing unhelpful thinking, behaviors, and emotions. Laura has a group psychotherapy practice with offices in the Silicon Valley (Saratoga, CA) and Sacramento Valley (Roseville, CA).

Laura’s specializes in cognitive behavior therapy for anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorders and schema therapy for chronic anxiety/depression and personality disorders. Laura is a Certified Cognitive Therapist by the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. The Cognitive Behavior Therapy Center is a regional center of the National Social Anxiety Center.

Laura received her MA degree in Counseling Psychology at Santa Clara University, with an emphasis in health psychology including positive psychology and mindfulness. Laura also has an MBA from Columbia Business School with over 16 years of organizational experience leading marketing and corporate philanthropy initiatives at Fortune 500 companies in the high tech, financial services, and travel industries. Bringing together her psychology and business experience, Laura has a special interest in a positive therapy approach for high-achieving professionals and their families.

Laura is passionate about integrating the science of positive psychology with evidence-based psychotherapy and counseling.

Laura’s past articles appear here.

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