Britney Molina, MFT Intern


I have always envisioned myself in a helping role. It has been this desire to help that has propelled me in the direction of psychology. In 2020, I completed an undergraduate degree in Health Counseling and Psychology at Antioch University. As I completed my undergraduate degree, I immediately pursued a master's degree in Couple and Family Therapy continuing my studies at Antioch. 

I believe our families, culture, and environments play an intricate role in who we are, how we view the world, and how we show up. For this reason, I approach therapy from a systemic lens. While we are a product of our families and their histories, if we wish to rewrite our story and create new meanings, we have it within our power to do just that. Additionally, I feel that therapy is most effective when the therapist and client work collectively to determine goals. It is equally essential that the therapist and client continually evaluate and revise goals as needed throughout the therapeutic process.