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Meet Our Therapists!

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Megan Lundgren is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and supervises the team of Therapists at Relationships For Better. Megan co-owns Relationships For Better with her husband of 9 years, Daniel. Together, Megan and Daniel are focused on helping individuals and couples thrive in their closest relationships. Megan earned B.A.s in Psychology and Educational Ministry from Seattle Pacific University, graduating Magna Cum Laude. Megan and Daniel both received their Masters in Marriage and Family Therapist from Fuller Seminary and Graduate School and recently welcomed their son into the world.

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Erika Forsyth is a Marriage and Family Therapist Intern with years of experience providing counseling to teens, individuals, couples and families. Erika earned her B.A. from Princeton and completed her Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from Fuller Seminary and Graduate School. Erika and her husband are expecting a daughter.

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Justin Little is a Marriage and Family Therapist Intern with a passion for Restoration Therapy, a form of therapy that assists individuals and couples identify and change the thoughts that contribute to pain in their relationships. In addition, Justin also has experience treating individuals struggling with addiction. Justin earned his B.A. at Azusa Pacific University and completed his Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy at Fuller Seminary and Graduate School. Justin and his wife have a daughter and live in Monrovia.

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Johny Thompson is a Marriage and Family Therapist Intern with a vision for bringing hope to individuals, couples and families who need support in the midst of their challenges. Johny has completed two Masters degrees: a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy and a Master of Theology, both from Fuller Seminary and Graduate School. Johny is in the process of receiving ordination in the Nazarene denomination, and provides treatment to people of all faiths and backgrounds.

   
  • Joseph Kim - March 8, 2016 - 10:38 pm

    Hello!

    My name is Joe, and my fiance Wendy and I are seeking to go through pre-marital counseling in April.

    Just a little about me, I’m a Fuller alumni, recently stepped down from pastoral ministry, and am Korean American. Wendy and I hope to go through pre-marital counseling sessions in order to better understand our strengths, differences, potential future and current conflicts, and to gain self-awareness, and grow in our skills in conflict management, as disciples of Jesus.

    Questions:

    1) I wished to ask if you would accept Anthem Blue HMO insurance, by chance?

    2) If Anthem Blue HMO is not accepted, what is your pricing? I’d like to inquire if there is any sliding scale for your pricing?

    3) Is there a set number of sessions that your pre-marital counseling entails? We are looking for 4-5 sessions, if possible. Any details on the length of each session, the total number sessions, and the frequency of meetings, would be appreciated!

    4) Do you have evening, Saturday, Sunday appointments available?

    Looking forward to hearing from you!
    Thanks so much!
    -JoeReplyCancel

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