Megan Hamilton, MA, AMFT, APCC, is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, AMFT #137291 and an Associate Professional Clinical Counselor, APCC #13022. She brings a non-judgemental and collaborative approach to supporting her clients as they navigate life’s challenges. Megan empowers her clients to tap into their autonomy, inherent strengths, and individuality as they move towards their wellness goals.
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 to serve others, 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 2 years of experience working with children and teens experiencing a variety of developmental delays to promote their academic success, strengthen their interpersonal relationships, and step into their personal autonomy.
Megan is being clinically supervised by Soojin Poole, LMFT at Personal Evolution Psychotherapy.