Our Clinical Staff

Michael J. Johnson, LPCC-S
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor - Supervisor

Michael's email:mjjohnson@ccpc-ohio.com         

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Michael Johnson is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with a Supervisory Designation (LPCC-S). He graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. He received his Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Xavier University. With several years of experience, Michael specializes in providing individual and group counseling. He is passionate about assisting people in their journeys to improve the quality of their lives. He seeks to provide a safe and supportive environment where people can feel comfortable developing strategies and solutions to reach their desired goals.


AREAS OF FOCUS:Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Forgiveness, Self-esteem, Anger Management, Grief, Fatherhood, and Addictions.


Michael sees clients in our Mason office location


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Brenda Patton, LISW-S
Owner, Licensed Independent Social Worker - Supervisor,
Parenting Coordinator, Family Relations Specialist, Mediator


Brenda's email:bspatton@ccpc-ohio.com         

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Brenda Patton is a Licensed Independent Social Worker - Supervisor (LISW-S), specializing in the treatment of children, adolescents, adults, families, and couples. With over 14 years experience, Brenda is a practical, interactive, solution-focused therapist, whose treatment approach is to provide support and feedback to help clients resolve current problems or patterns of behavior. With empathy, Brenda presents clients with the tools necessary for finding solutions to a wide range of life situations, relationships, and psychological issues.


AREAS OF FOCUS: Children, adolescents, adults, couples, families, families of divorce, psychoeducational groups. Depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, trauma-based disorders, child/adolescent behavioral problems, bipolar disorders, ADD/ADHD treatment/evaluations, grief and loss, marital/couples counseling, family relationships, cooperative parenting both during and after divorce, Christian counseling, play therapy, mediation, parenting coordination, and Guardian ad Litem


Brenda sees clients in our Mason office location


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Scott D. Stephens, LISW-S
Licensed Independent Social Worker–Supervisor

Scott's email:sdstephens@ccpc-ohio.com         

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Scott Stephens is a Licensed Independent Social Worker –Supervisor (LISW-S), specializing in working with youth. He has over 25 years’ experience in the social work field.
He has worked with children, youth and young adults in outpatient counseling, partial hospitalization and community mental health. He has worked in the area of foster care and adoption and has seen the impact on all members of the adoption Triad. In working with youth, Scott utilizes a combination of non-direct and direct play therapy to assist the client with self-healing. He enjoys assisting children in expressing struggles and working on problem solving. Scott believes in working with children, you have to also work with parents to understand the meaning of children’s behavior and work collaboratively to make positive changes.


AREAS OF FOCUS:Adoption & foster care issues, child sex abuse, ADHD, anxiety, depression, trauma, behavior management, anxiety, adjustment issues, and child/adolescent behaviors.


Scott sees clients in our Mason office location


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Julian Travis, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)

Julian's email:jatravis@ccpc-ohio.com         

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Julian Travis is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Julian has a M.S. Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, with a certification in Marriage and Family therapy, from Wright State University (a CACREP accredited university). He also holds a B.A. in Psychology from Wright State University. He has worked for over 12 years as a mental health case manager in a clinical setting, which in some ways gives him his first taste of counseling with clients. While his counseling approach could be considered “eclectic,” (meaning working from all models) he will usually work from the Person-Centered approach, in which he believes that the client is responsible for his/her own choices and actions, as well as the outcomes of their treatment. He has volunteered as an intern in which he was a co-leader in group therapy with incarcerated individuals, with the focus being on helping inmates to reduce the recidivism rate, by focusing on new ways to look at life's situations. He has been certified as a national mental health first aid instructor. He is a current member of Ohio Counseling Association (OCA), Ohio Mental Health Counselors Association (OMHCA), Miami Valley Counseling Association (MVCA), and Chi Sigma Iota (National Counseling Honor Society).


AREAS OF FOCUS:Personal and social counseling with adults, adolescents, and children, group counseling, addictions counseling, chemical dependency, mental health counseling, and supervision, career counseling, marriage & family therapy, crisis counseling, human sexuality counseling, multicultural counseling, skill building, case formulation & clinical intervention, and clinical Assessment. Interventions used: Existential Therapy, Mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Gestalt therapy, Play Therapy, Biopsychosocial Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy. He respects the theological, spiritual, and religious perspectives and traditions of those who seek counseling..


Julian sees clients in our Mason office location


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The following professionals are Independent Practicing Affiliates (IPA). IPAs are independent contractors. As independent contractors, IPAs maintain complete control over the independent practice of their services. Patients of an IPA are treated completely independently by the IPA, and CCPC-Ohio does not exercise control over the clinical services nor does CCPC-Ohio violate the sanctity of the therapist-patient confidentiality through any clinical oversight of cases. Each IPA’s conduct is subject to the regulatory board under which he or she is licensed.



Danisha Bonner-Burnett, LPCC-S
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor - Supervisor
Independent Practicing Affiliate


Danisha's email:dmburnett@ccpc-ohio.com         

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Danisha Bonner-Burnett is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with a Supervisory Designation for Ohio.
Danisha graduated with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in English with a minor in Professional Education from Xavier University in Cincinnati, OH. She continued on to study and complete a Masters of Arts Degree in Clinical Counseling, also from Xavier University. She has worked as a licensed counselor through the state of Ohio for over thirteen years. She has worked and served in various capacities, touching the lives of countless individuals. Her career has taken her to elementary, middle and high schools, residential group homes, community mental health agencies, substance abuse treatment centers, correctional facilities, and the campuses of colleges and universities.
Her professional and personal experiences include establishing and facilitating ministry programs geared towards youth and young adults, and programs with specific focuses on pre-teen and adolescent girls. She has worked and taught in ministries for personal growth and spiritual enrichment for over twenty years. Among other areas of personal and professional training, Danisha is the founder and Director of Ministry Operations of "QUEEN-sized: A Celebration of Royalty Women’s Empowerment Ministry and Generation Princess: Raising Royalty". Through these entities, Danisha conducts seminars, conferences and empowerment sessions for all women and young girls, calling them to live life on a higher level, walking in the realization and actualization of their self-worth and divine destiny.
Danisha is also a faculty member of The Sanctuary Institute, which provides training and consultation services to the organizations that work with vulnerable adults, children and families with an aim to help an agency's leaders reclaim a culture of hope and innovation. Danisha is also an adjunct professor in the Graduate Counseling Program at Xavier University.


AREAS OF FOCUS:Personal and social counseling, educational counseling, individual counseling, group counseling, family counseling, mental health counseling, chemical dependency counseling, addictions counseling, dually-diagnosed treatment (including both substance abuse and mental illness as well as intellectually disabled and mental illness), consultation, administration. Trained in Motivational Interviewing and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.


Danisha sees clients through Video Conferencing


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Corinne Kaufman, MSW, LSW
Masters Level Licensed Social Worker
Independent Practicing Affiliate


Corinne's email:cnkaufman@ccpc-ohio.com         

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Corinne Kaufman is a Master Level Licensed Social Worker, specializing in the treatment of individuals, children, adolescents and their families. Corinne graduated from Miami University with a dual Bachelors degree in Social Work and Family Studies. She continued her education at University of Cincinnati and completed the Masters Social Work program. Since graduation Corinne has been employed as a mental health provider and worked in a variety of environments including foster homes, psychiatric hospitals, court rooms, and local Cincinnati Schools. Corinne takes a holistic and solutions based approach when working with clients. She empowers and challenges clients to change negative thinking and behavioral patterns through self-introspection in order to live a happy and healthy life.


AREAS OF FOCUS:Child Counseling, Adolescent Counseling, Family Counseling, Anxiety, Depression, Post-traumatic Stress, Adjustment Disorders, Anger Management, ADD/ADHD, Grief and Loss. Conflict Resolution, Therapeutic Supervised Visitation, and Stress Management. Adoption & foster care issues including child sex abuse and child/adolescent behaviors in home/school/community. Survivors of human trafficking and domestic violence.


Corinne sees clients in our Mason office


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Lynda Kemp, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
Independent Practicing Affiliate


Lynda's email:lakemp@ccpc-ohio.com         

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Lynda Kemp is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) licensed by the state of Ohio’s Counselor, Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist Board; she is also a nationally certified counselor. Lynda received her master’s in counseling and her doctorate in counseling and human development from Colorado State University.
Lynda works primarily with parents, couples, and families experiencing divorce or custody issues. Before relocating to Ohio, Lynda worked in Colorado for six years conducting investigations in support of court involvement in custody disputes. Lynda has extensive training in divorce/custody-related conflict, parenting, parenting coordination, mediation, and domestic violence in the context of divorce/custody disputes. Her therapeutic orientation tends towards “brief” or solution-focused based largely on a client-centered perspective.


AREAS OF FOCUS:Adults and families, co-parenting counseling, divorce-related issues, anxiety, depression, adjustment disorders.


Lynda sees clients in our Mason and Centerville office locations


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Jennifer Weaver, LISW
Licensed Independent Social Worker
Independent Practicing Affiliate


Jennifer's email:jcweaver@ccpc-ohio.com         

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Jennifer Weaver is a Licensed Independent Social Worker (LISW). She received her undergraduate degree from University of Dayton in Psychology and her Master’s in Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis. Jennifer worked for ten years in the healthcare field assisting patients with managing chronic illness and end of life issues. Jennifer’s area of focus includes adults and adolescents, anxiety and depression disorders, chronic illness, grief and adjustment disorders. Jennifer utilizes a cognitive behavioral approach to most therapies, helping to educate clients on how to improve their current situation and continue to live a healthy life.


AREAS OF FOCUS:Adolescents/Families/Adults, Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar, ADHD, Chronic Terminal Illness, work-related issues, faith-based counseling, geriatric issues, grief and loss, personality disorders.


Jennifer sees clients in our Mason office location


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