Meet Our Team

AL: #5078C, MS: #C9498, TN: #6830, TX: #109681

Supervisor Certification #SR00460M

Bachelor of Social Work, Psychology (University of MS)

Master of Social Work (University of TX-Arlington)

Doctor of Social Work (Walden University)

Clinical Executive Officer/Clinical Supervisor

Dr. Syrenia Johnson, LICSW-S, LCSW-S, CLC, SAP

Dr. Johnson is the Clinical Executive Officer of Psychosocial Solutions, a clinical supervisor for AL, MS and TN master-level social workers, field instructor, creator of the Social Work Bae lifestyle brand, an enthusiastic public speaker, and entrepreneur. She is currently contributing faculty with Walden University. With a diverse clinical background, Syrenia has experience with at-risk youth, forensic populations, Veterans, the aging community, and adults across the age span. She has become a subject matter expert in mental health, social justice, self-care, and community outreach. Syrenia has shared her expertise in local communities, churches, youth organizations, colleges, and universities. 

Driven by passion and purpose, Syrenia has used social media to overcome international barriers to spread awareness and empower others through her work and content. Syrenia's passion for social work developed from issues that she experienced in adolescence. She found refuge in journaling and helping others, which led to the creation of her first major project, the Safe Space Guided Mental Health Journal, which is now available on Amazon. Her focus is on empowering others to live their best lives.  Syrenia coaches individuals in changing their mindsets to think outside of the box. She hopes to create a safe space for those who don't quite fit in with the societal norms. Also, she advocates for minorities and creates a safe space for individuals who are stigmatized by mental health, marginalization, and disadvantage.  

Services provided: SAP evaluations, clinical supervision, consulting, and training. 

Practice Providers

MS: #M9940

Alicia is available to MS residents virtually. 

Alicia Johnson, LMSW

Alicia Johnson is a Licensed Master Social Worker. Alicia received her Bachelor's degree at the University of Mississippi and her Master's degree at Louisiana State University. She has a background working in community mental health and school social work. Her approaches include CBT, solution-focused, client-centered, mindfulness, and family systems. 

Alicia specializes in teens and young adults but is not exclusive. 

MS: #C10352

Corey is available to MS residents in-person and virtually. 

Corey Miletello, LCSW

Corey Miletello is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Corey received her Bachelor's in Social Work from Delta State University and her Master's in Social Work from the University of Alabama. Mrs. Miletello has over 9 years of experience as a mental health therapist in inpatient behavior units, outpatient clinics, and a school setting. She has worked with patients ages 5 and up. She has facilitated both group and individual sessions. 

Her specialties include trauma, grief, mood disorders, and autism spectrum disorders. Corey is an Autism Spectrum Disorder Clinical Specialist, ADHD Clinical Service Provider, Certified Clinical Trauma Provider, and Certified Dialectal Behavioral Therapy Provider. 

Interns

Jennifer Williams, B.S.

MSW Intern

Jennifer Williams is a graduate of Jackson State University with a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies and a minor in Social Work. She is currently pursuing her Master's of Social Work at Capella University. Jennifer has a background in case management, behavioral counseling, and education.  

Ms. Williams is a school-based therapist in the Coffeeville School District through the School-Based Healthcare Solutions Network Grant. 

Jennifer specializes in kids, teens, and school social work.  Ms. Williams wishes to become certified in crisis intervention and work with first responders. 

School-based Providers

LCSW

Danielle Armistad, Transitional Coach/School Therapist

Danielle is a school-based therapist in the Port Gibson School District of Mississippi through the School-Based Healthcare Solutions Network Grant. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 12 years of experience working in mental health and social services. She is passionate about creating safe spaces for children and families to feel connected, seen, heard, and valued as they do their healing work. She is also the Executive Director of Open Hearts Open Arms, Inc., a local non-profit serving at-risk youth. 


MS, PCMHT

Dimetrius Bragg-Finch, Transitional Coach/School Therapist

Dimetrius is a school-based therapist in the Kemper County School District of Mississippi through the School-Based Healthcare Solutions Network Grant. She has a Bachelors in Educational Psychology from Mississippi State University and a Master's in Counseling/Psychology from the University of West Alabama. Dimetrius has worked in the mental health field since 2013, helping children/adolescents with behavioral and emotional issues. 

Felicia Bowman Transitional Coach/School Therapist

Felicia is a school-based therapist in the Natchez-Adams County School District of Mississippi through the School-Based Healthcare Solutions Network Grant. She graduated from Grambling State University with a Bachelor's degree in Social Work and also obtained her master’s degree in Social Work. Ms. Bowman has worked in the school system for several years as a substitute teacher, interventionist, and elementary teacher. She worked as a Mental Health Specialist in Louisiana for about five years. She enjoys working with children and is looking forward to providing services to the children within a school setting due to academic hardships.

Kimberly Clark, Transitional Coach/School Therapist

PCMHT

Kim Fuller, Transitional Coach/School Therapist

Kim is a school-based therapist in the Port Gibson School District of Mississippi through the School-Based Healthcare Solutions Network Grant.

LMSW

Astrid Ilunga, Transitional Coach/School Therapist

Astrid is a school-based therapist in Gestalt Community School System of Tennessee through the School-Based Healthcare Solutions Network Grant.

Jalisa Jackson, Transitional Coach/School Therapist

Jalisa is a school-based therapist in the Hattiesburg School District of Mississippi through the School-Based Healthcare Solutions Network Grant.


M.S.

Teneshia Jones, Transitional Coach/School Therapist

Teneshia is a school-based therapist in the Kemper County School District of Mississippi through the School-Based Healthcare Solutions Network Grant.

Constance Mickens, Transitional Coach/School Therapist

Dimonah Sims, Transitional Coach/School Therapist

Our team is growing: interns, educators, coaches, licensed professionals, and medical partners.

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