iProgress Counseling and Consulting, LLC believes that each person possesses something extraordinary within them waiting to be revealed.
However, the difficulties of life create barriers that hinder people from living purposeful lives.
We want to assist in helping people reach their fullest potential.
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Dr. Terrence Johnson
Dr. Johnson was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, however, grew up in Jackson, Mississippi. He received his undergraduate degree in Psychology and his master’s degree in Counselor Education with an emphasis in College Counseling from Mississippi State University. He obtained his Doctorate of Professional Counseling degree from Mississippi College. Dr. Johnson is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Board Qualified Supervisor, a Distance Credentialed Counselor, an Approved Clinical Supervisor, and a National Certified Counselor.
While at Mississippi State, he was a Peer Counselor for the Holmes Cultural Diversity Center, a news reporter for The Reflector, a tutor for Student Support Services, and has been a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity since 2003.
Dr. Johnson served as an Adolescent Opportunity Program Case Manager for Community Counseling Services in Starkville, MS; a Support Therapist for Region 3 Mental Health Services where he serviced Aberdeen High School in Aberdeen, MS; Coordinator at Jackson State University’s Career Services Center; Therapist at the Latasha Norman Counseling Center at Jackson State University; and currently serves as Clinical Professor at Mississippi College for the Doctor of Professional Counseling program.
He is an active member of New Canney Creek M.B. Church in Jackson, MS where he serves as a Sunday School Teacher, Deacon, Youth Leader, Director of the Isaac Johnson Memorial Scholarship Fund, and President of the Steppers of Faith.
Dr. Johnson is also active in his community. He volunteered as a mentor for the Youth Challenge Program and a Telephone Counselor for Contact the Crisis line. He writes in his spare time, he’s published articles in Jackson Free Press Boom Jackson magazine and he’s written for Motivation Magazine.
He recently established his business Change Group, LLC which seeks to assist individuals identify their life’s purpose and assist organizations to better serve the community. Dr. Johnson founded the MasterMind Group which serves as an assembly of individuals committed to better serving their community.
Dr. Johnson’s doctoral research was on the Development of a Mentoring Program for At-Risk African-American Adolescent Males Addressing the Effects of Fatherlessness.
Dr. Kendrick Bailey
Kendrick Bailey is from Glen Allan, MS. He went on to receive his high school diploma from Riverside High School in May 2000. Mr. Bailey received his undergraduate degree from Mississippi State University in Psychology as well as a Master’s Degree in Counselor Education from MSU. In addition, Kendrick received his Doctorate of Professional Counseling from Mississippi College.
While at MSU, he served as a Graduate Intern for Student Counseling Services and Sexual Assault Services. He developed a mentoring group for African American males and facilitated a workshop series for Veteran's designed to address the needs of combat Veterans and readjustment process for returning service members to campus. Also, he's been a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. since 2003.
After graduating with his Master's Degree in Counselor Education, he worked two years as a Licensed Professional Counselor with Mississippi State University's Student Counseling Services. Also, he worked as a Licensed Professional Counselor at Cross-Gates River-Oaks Hospital.
Additionally, Mr. Bailey is a Logistics Officer with over 18 years of Veteran service with the Mississippi Army National Guard. He currently serves as the Battalion Operations Officer for HHC 106th Brigade Support Battalion in Monticello, MS. He is a member of the Greater Fairview Baptist Church in Jackson, Mississippi.
Kendrick believes the work he performs enhances individuals' lives by aiding them with discovering their purpose and managing the challenges they face in life. He desires to leave a lasting impression on young professionals through collaboration with training, mentoring, and internship programs to increase knowledge.
Currently, he's employed at Jackson's Veteran Administration Medical Center as a Licensed Professional Counselor where he serves on the Evidence Based Psychotherapy Team. He provides Evidence-Based Psychotherapy treatments to Veterans, and he believes that Evidence-Based Psychotherapies are treatments that are effective in reducing Veterans symptoms and improving their lives. He infuses Client-Centered, Existential and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy practices into his Theoretical Orientation. He believes that the client-therapist relationship is one of equality and understanding.
He resides in Pearl, MS with his wife, the former Tara Lakeisha Caldwell of Jackson, MS and their two children.