Dr. Keely R. Johnson, Psy.D.

Dr. Johnson is a child psychology postdoctoral fellow at the Moore Counseling Center in Moore, Oklahoma. Dr. Johnson received her Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology at the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) in San Diego, California. During her training, she worked in a home-based setting providing applied behavioral therapy for children with autism. She then expanded her work with children and adolescents at a community mental health clinic where she provided individual therapy addressing a variety of concerns (depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, and adjustment to change in family dynamics). Additionally, she conducted Behavioral Health screenings for the primary care physicians to connect families to behavioral health resources. Dr. Johnson then gained experience at Sharp Mesta Vista Hospital in the Child Partial Hospitalization program where she utilized CBT and DBT treatment modalities. These modalities were utilized to support children with managing emotions, developing effective coping skills, developing social skills, and setting healthy boundaries. Additionally, Dr. Johnson provided tools for caregivers to utilize at home to continue to foster growth.  Over the course of her training at CSPP, she provided long-term therapy for adults utilizing psychodynamic therapy techniques. Last year, Dr. Johnson completed her doctoral internship at the Oklahoma Health Consortium. This experience included providing therapeutic services for individuals, groups, and partners at the counseling centers on the Norman and Health Sciences Center campuses. She received generalized training for a variety of mental health concerns such as depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, adjustment issues, relationship concerns, self-esteem, and identity exploration. She also received training in psychological evaluations during her internship year.

Dr. Johnson provides therapeutic services and psychological evaluations for children ages 5-12 and their families presenting with a variety of concerns such as, depression, anxiety, trauma, and ADHD. She utilizes evidenced-based practices to decrease distress and foster growth. She uses a collaborative approach while working with the children and their families.  Dr. Johnson strives to emphasize compassion, flexibility, and understanding when working with families. She is currently under the supervision of Dr. Allison Vrieze.