Megan Hamilton, MA, AMFT, APCC, is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, AMFT #137291, and Associate Professional Clinical Counselor, APCC #13022. She brings a warm, non-judgmental approach to supporting her clients in moving toward their mental health goals. Megan believes in a collaborative approach to therapy that inspires clients to explore both acceptance and change in the face of life’s obstacles. With compassion at the forefront, Megan empowers her clients to tap into their inherent strengths and authenticity to build a life worth living.
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
- Gender Therapy
- Crisis Intervention
- Grief and Loss
- Adolescents (Tweens/Teens)
- Relational and Interpersonal Issues
- Communication Challenges
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT)
- Motivational Interviewing (MI)
Megan earned her bachelor’s degree in Criminology and Justice Studies from California State University San Marcos. Inspired by the program’s social justice ideals and her passion for serving her community, she completed her master’s degree in Clinical Psychology at Antioch University Los Angeles with a specialization in Applied Community Psychology. She completed her graduate traineeship with Outreach Concern, where she provided both individual and group counseling to children and teens experiencing anxiety, depression, grief, behavioral concerns, and in need of specialized academic support. Megan has over 3 years of experience working with children and teens experiencing a variety of developmental delays to promote their academic success, strengthen their interpersonal relationships, and support them in stepping into their independence.
Megan is being clinically supervised by Soojin Poole, LMFT at Personal Evolution Psychotherapy.