Brett Beaver received a Master of Science degree from the University of Southern California with an emphasis on marriage and family therapy. He grew up in a Southern California beach community, where he played basketball and surfed. His wife is from Australia, and He has two adult children. 

A seasoned and results-oriented therapist, Brett has accumulated over 25 years of experience in both the public health sector, as well as private consulting, and strives to combine the conceptual with the practical. 

Brett’s engaging approach highlights the universality of the human experience. He offers a comprehensive range of tools and perspective to help clients distill difficult life experiences into concepts/themes that have held them back. 

Brett works closely with individuals and families to identify the source of a challenge in order to facilitate a more integrated path forward. He often addresses issues like family of origin trauma and recurring patterns to develop powerful strategies that translate beyond the session room.

Brett Beaver, LMFT


MS, Marriage and Family Therapy
University of Southern California


Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist


If you’re questioning if therapy is right for you, asking for help can often be the hardest part of moving forward on your path. Maybe you’ve begun to notice unsettling annoying obsolete unwanted and recurring patterns in your life or your relationships. Such emerging factors impact the way we relate to the world around us. Therapy can empower you by identifying the origin of these emotions or unhealthy relationship dynamics, as well as how they’ve continued to be expressed in your life.

What Are You Ready to Change?

As human beings, we’re complex, but we’re also capable of transforming our most painful experiences into growth. We can’t change others, but we can always choose to change ourselves. Whether you need to address a specific performance issue, or dive deep into your formative years, you determine what you’re ready to explore and how intense the process needs to be.

Your First Session

During your first session we’ll review any aspects of your life that you want to modify, and what you ultimately hope to accomplish through our time together. Of course, therapy is a unique journey for everyone. If you have questions, please feel free to contact my office.