Elizabeth M. Johnson, MA
Elizabeth is a rape survivor, trauma educator, writer and peer support advocate. She helps people understand how sexual abuse affects health and wellness including in intimacy, parenting, dating, perimenopause and reproductive wellness.
Elizabeth has worked with abuse survivors for 15 years including at three different human services agencies. In those capacities, she has coordinated training and education for community partners and volunteers on abuse dynamics, lethality assessment and crisis intervention. Elizabeth has managed a 24 hour domestic violence crisis line, training and overseeing 50 agency volunteers, including students. Elizabeth did her undergraduate work at University of Connecticut in Storrs and holds a Masters of Arts degree in Women’s Studies from Southern Connecticut State University. She lives with her family in Durham, North Carolina.
Elizabeth is currently at work on a book about the power of peer support and finding your right people.