Nadia Johnson is passionate about working with those whose mental health has been impacted by infertility or pregnancy.  She understands the toll that reproductive trauma can have on individuals, couples, and families because of her own experience with infertility followed by the loss of her first twin pregnancy at nearly 24 weeks gestation.  She is honored to support women and their families through these challenges.

Nadia has worked in a variety of settings, including an internship with the Perinatal Family Support Center at Evanston Women’s Hospital, where she assisted women and families experiencing pregnancy complications, perinatal loss, NICU admission, and perinatal mood/anxiety symptoms.  She also currently works for the MOMS Hotline, a 24/7 free and confidential hotline providing information and support to women and their families, run by NorthShore University HealthSystem’s Perinatal Depression Program.
Nadia received bachelor’s degrees from the University of Colorado, Boulder, a Masters in Medical Sciences from Loyola University Chicago, a Masters in Higher Education Administration and Policy from Northwestern University, and a Masters in Counseling from Northwestern University.  Nadia had advanced training in infertility counseling and counseling for perinatal mood/anxiety disorders.
Nadia lives north of the city with her husband, two young children, and one very lazy dog.