As a comprehensive psychiatric telehealth practice currently serving Arkansas and Louisiana, our patients appreciate the open communication, warmth, and professional integrity that defines Johnson Behavioral Health Group.
We are determined to assist our patients in understanding their own personal health so they will be well informed when making healthcare decisions. The vision for Johnson Behavioral Health Group is to heal, grow, and move forward together with our patients.
- Abigail Johnson, CEO / Founder
Meet Our Staff
Abigail Johnson, APRN, PMHNP-BC, MSN
Abigail is board certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. She is an active member of the American Nurses Association (ANA), the American Psychiatric Nurse Association, and the Louisiana Nurse Practitioner Association.
She began her education at Panola College, receiving her associate's degree in nursing. She later received her bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. She graduated in 2017 from the University of South Alabama with her master's in nursing as a nurse practitioner. She will be completing her doctorate degree at the University of South Alabama in August 2022.
Abigail has worked in various healthcare settings, both psychiatric and medical. As an experienced healthcare provider, Abigail utilizes her eight years of experience to assist her patients in improving their quality of life and decreasing their current symptoms.
"Her goal is to provide personalized, holistic, and high-quality care."
Abigail provides medication management and support to help identify the root causes of her patient’s current symptoms. Abigail believes that working together as a team is the best approach to gain successful outcomes for her patients. Her goal is to provide personalized, holistic, and high-quality care. Abigail strives to maintain a safe and relaxed atmosphere for her patients. She is an advocate in providing education to her patients concerning their treatment and diagnosis to make informed decisions concerning their treatment.