Jennifer Johnson, BA, ITFS

Jennifer received a Bachelor’s Degree from NC State in Psychology with a concentration in Family and Child Counseling. She also worked closely with the Meredith College Autism Program while in school. 


Jennifer completed a two year internship working with children with autism which gave her the opportunity to work in both school and home settings executing behavior modification principles and discrete trial teaching.


She also received extensive hands on training in ABA (Applied Behavioral Analysis), as well as seminar trainings in TEACCH therapies while serving as a camp counselor at Camp Royal through the Autism Society of North Carolina. Jennifer provides therapy to both English and Spanish speaking families.


During the course of her career, Jennifer has gained vast experience in working with the following conditions:

  • Prematurity
  • Speech Delays
  • Behavior Management
  • Gross Motor Delays
  • Fine Motor Delays
  • Autism
  • Down Syndrome
  • Sensory Processing Disorder
  • Genetic Medical Conditions
  • Global Delays.

Jennifer has 3 children of her own. Two of her children were premature, one had significant speech delays, and the other had gross motor delays.  She can empathize with families and add a personal touch from her own experience as a mother.