Dr. Brandi Pritchett-Johnson is a fully licensed psychologist who is known for her vibrant and personable style, Dr. Pritchett-Johnson brings a wide range of skills for helping children, teens, families and adults. Some of her specialties include mood, behavior, self-esteem, stage of life concerns, spirituality, grief and loss trauma (e.g. abuse, bullying, discrimination, etc.), family matters, and identity development. Her ultimate goal is simply to support and guide people toward living a more desirable life, experiencing a greater sense of self, and cultivating stronger relationships.
Dr. Pritchett-Johnson has worked in the K-12 public school system, non-profit sector, long term care industry, and community mental health settings. She is also the proud Founder and CEO for a non-profit organization, Future 4 Teens. In her former role as a Clinical Assistant Professor in the University of Florida Counseling and Wellness Center she provided individual and group therapy as well as campus and community wide consultation and outreach. During her tenure at the University of Florida, Dr. Pritchett-Johnson also served as affiliate faculty in both the African American studies program and the Psychology Department providing training and supervision to counselors in training.
Dr. Pritchett-Johnson received her undergraduate degree from the HBCU Clark Atlanta University and her masters and doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Western Michigan University. She has held ties to the American Psychological Association and was appointed to serve on the Youth Development Task Force for the Association of Black Psychologists. She served as a guest lecturer for the Aurora Girls School in Soweto, South Africa. She was recognized by the University of Michigan as an Emerging Diversity Scholar, considered an “expert” guest on BAM! Radio, has been a contributing writer for the e-magazine BlackDoctor.org.
Dr. Pritchett-Johnson currently serves on the editorial board for The Counseling Psychologist Journal. She is often invited to provide continuing education workshops and professional development training for mental health and education professionals on a range of topics such as; culturally responsive care, working more effectively with youth, and multicultural training methods.
She is an advocate for wellness, social justice, and love. She is happy to have returned home to Michigan with her husband and two children.