We are a culturally diverse mental health facility
Peace, Love and Power Counseling is here to provide mental therapy by a therapist that identifies as BIPOC (black, Indigenous and people of color) or culturally competent in an assessable area of the community. Our goal is to reduce the stigma of mental health treatment in the community. Help people of color reduce stress, deal with trauma, depression, anxiety, racial distress, relationship problems, and a wide variety of other life issues in an empathic and non-judgmental setting.
Hope Johnson, Founder of Peace, Love & Power Counseling and Consulting Services LLC is a long time resident of Providence, RI. She grew up in South Providence attending public schools in the city. She witnessed and personally experiencing many of the same challenges in her family that the community experiences such as trauma, substance abuse, poverty, losing family and friends to violence and incarceration.
Hope became a teen mother while attending Hope High school. She struggled through raising her three oldest children while obtaining her GED and completing her undergraduate degree in Social Work at Temple University in Philadelphia. Hope went on to have three more children and obtained her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Boston University in 2009 and became a licensed clinician immediately upon graduation.
Hope has over 25 years in the field of Social Work has worked in a variety of settings including child welfare, adoption, community services, schools and hospitals. She has provided counseling and social work services to a diverse population that includes children, youth, families, single mothers, teen mothers, elderly, and adults from all socioeconomic backgrounds. She has provided mental health services to assist her clients in dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma, PTSD, substance abuse, etc.
Hope still resides in the City with her husband Robert “Beanie” Johnson and their children. Together they run a non-profit United Society Association’s that hosts the boxing program Southside Athletic Club out of Davey Lopes Recreation Center (boxing program will be re-opening soon). She currently works for the Providence School District as a Social Worker.
Hope is committed to increasing access to culturally sensitive mental health services in the South Providence area and mentoring new Social Workers to provide counseling in the community.
Hope is taking new clients. She works with adults, couples and teens.
Peace, Love and Power Counseling is seeking Independently Licensed Therapists committed to working with the BIPOC community. Open to part time or full time consultants or employees to set your own schedule with a minimum of ten clients weekly.
Peace, Love & Power Counseling and Consulting Services LLC
112 Bogman Street, Providence, Rhode Island 02905, United States