Alison Johnson, Psy.D., received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology with a Cross-Cultural emphasis from the California School of Professional Psychology. She completed her post-doctoral internship at P.C.C. Since that time, Dr. Johnson has worked in hospitals, private practice, and community healthcare. She is trained in Solution-Focused Brief Therapy. She enjoys working with students who have experienced academic challenges, are having difficulty adjusting culturally, those who want to improve their communication, improve their energy, decrease anxiety, or grow beyond trauma experiences. Dr. Johnson likes mystery, sci-fi, and fantasy, watches car shows and other people playing video games, runs half-marathons, and enjoys travel and being with her family. She is bilingual (Spanish).


 
 

Jennifer McCart, Psy.D., returns to P.C.C. for her post-doctoral internship. She completed her B.A. in Psychology at Taylor University in Indiana, and her doctorate in clinical psychology at Azusa Pacific University. Her program emphasized a systems approach, integration of spirituality, and diversity. Dr. McCart has experience working with children, adolescents, families, and adults in a variety of mental health settings including: community mental health, child and adolescent school counseling, inpatient psychiatric care, and medical rehabilitation. In her leisure time, she enjoys traveling, creative and performing arts, cooking, outdoor activities, and spending time with her children and family.


Jason Vasquez, Ph.D. received his doctorate in Counseling Psychology from New Mexico State University. He has extensive experience providing brief individual counseling, group counseling, crisis consultation, assessment, outreach and prevention, teaching, and training. He enjoys working with diverse student populations and first generation college students. Dr. Vasquez is a generalist who works from a variety of different clinical approaches including client-centered, cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, family systems, psychosocial, and multicultural frameworks. His clinical interests include college adjustment, anxiety, and depression, trauma, family of origin issues, interpersonal concerns, men’s issues, identity development, and cultural issues. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading, watching movies, and traveling.