Estefana Johnson is a bilingual (Spanish/English) therapist who first began working in behavioral health in 2001 at a mental health hospital in New Mexico. Estefana continued her career in Arizona working for a non-profit, locked residential treatment facility for at-risk youth. After earning her Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies with Emphasis in Humanities at Northern Arizona State University in 2009, Estefana received training as a therapist specializing treating youth with problematic sexual behaviors. Estefana earned her Master of Social Work from Walden University and pursued further specialized training in understanding and treating Trauma. Estefana is a Certified Master Accelerated Resolution Therapist and Lead Trauma clinician at Right of Way, Certified National ART Trainer and SAF-T Coach. Estefana also serves as board member and Clinical Director for ASA Now, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing support, advocacy and assistance to children who have experienced foster care and their families. She provides consultation for providers, training for foster families, and has presented at multiple conferences.