Michael Britton is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT). He graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles with a BA in Psychology and from California State University, Fullerton, with a MS in Clinical Psychology. Michael has years of experience providing therapy to adults, children, teens, and families from a wide range of cultural backgrounds. He has worked with parents in one-on-one sessions to facilitate development and implementation of positive parenting skills and utilized group therapy with focus on relational support and growth, psychosocial education, anger management, social skills, and improving communication. His specialty is working with those experiencing family dysfunction or conflict, social and relationship struggles, child behavioral concerns, anxiety, depression, anger, and difficulties with life transitions.
Michael believes it is crucial to have a safe, supportive, and nonjudgemental atmosphere for self-exploration and personal, emotional, and relational growth to occur. He approaches therapy with an understanding that each individual’s needs and experiences are unique and emphasizes understanding your specific needs in aiding you in developing and progressing toward your goals. Utilizing an eclectic approach to therapy based on personal needs, Michael will guide you in self-discovery and in recognizing and implementing ways to find more balance and contentment in your life. He will aid you in developing ways to cope effectively with unpleasant emotions and life experiences and in developing ways to communicate more effectively to improve your quality of relationships with others. He will help you identify and overcome internal and external barriers to meeting your needs and goals.