Psychotherapists & Counselors Member List

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  • Dylan Johnson, Registered Associate PCC

  • Associate Professional Clinical Counselor | 8840
  • Rawna Romero | LMFT41466 (if applicable)
  • Contact Information

  • 397 Silver Ave San Francisco, California 94112
  • (570) 316-1312
  • About Dylan Johnson Registered Associate PCC

  • Alternative Sexuality and Lifestyle, BDSM/Kink, Body Size Diversity, Couples/Relationship Counseling, Depression, LGBQIA, Mens Concerns, Polyamory and Alt Relationship Configurations, Spirituality, Trauma/PTSD
  • French
  • Experiential/Somatic Therapy, Mindfulness, Psychoanalytic
  • Cisgender Male
  • White/European American
  • My practice is based on the belief that every individual is moving towards a place of well-being, and that there is a natural wisdom of the body which can be cultivated in this process of forming. My clinical approach can be defined as client-centered. I bring all of myself to this work and care deeply about my clients and what they have to share. I am guided by different somatic and psychodynamic modalities/ theories such as Formative Psychology, Trauma-Informed, Attachment Theory, and Jungian Psychology. I use these approaches to offer support and guidance to adults, adolescents, children, and families.
    My own lived experience has set me on the path towards wholeness, and due to this I have a real commitment to providing trauma-informed, body-accepting, LGBTQ+ friendly, and a social-justice oriented somatic practice.