Private Practice in North County & Online Therapy

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist #90332Michelle Horton Therapy
Contact Person:
Michelle Horton (760)282-4646
Methods of Payment Accepted:
Credit Card HSA/FSA
I am happy to provide a superbill or monthly statement if you would like to use out-of-network benefits.
Languages Spoken:
Maternal Mental Health, Professional Women in life transitions, Career, Founders/Entrepreneurs, BIPOC, Pregnancy, Postpartum, PPD, PPA, Depression, Anxiety, Motherhood, Loss, Grief, Telehealth, Carlsbad, North County, Encinitas
Michelle provides individual therapy and counseling for new moms and moms-to-be, career-driven women navigating life transitions, and founders and entrepreneurs. She helps people who seek a successful and fulfilled life but feel buried under stress, anxiety, imposter syndrome, perfectionism, self-doubt, burnout and feelings of overwhelm. Through a warm, collaborative and non-judgmental approach she empowers people to meet their goals and find greater meaning and connection allowing them to thrive in their lives, relationships and career. She loves helping new mothers figure out how to integrate this new role and journey into their identity in a way that incorporates and honors their unique values and story. Please email and reach out to schedule a free phone consultation to see if it might be a good fit. Michelle provides online or video therapy for clients based in CA and sees clients in-person in North County San Diego (Carlsbad) after relocating from San Francisco. Michelle also works as an advisor and consultant with start-ups and businesses in the mental health and wellness, digital health and positive psychology spaces. She has over 15 years of experience working with individuals, couples, families and parents in community mental health, school and private practice settings. Michelle is a Certified Daring Way Facilitator incorporating Brené Brown's research and methodologies into her work with individuals as well as offering workshops, public speaking and group facilitation. In addition to expertise in maternal mental health, leadership, entrepreneurship and women’s health, as a biracial person and therapist of color she also enjoys focusing her work on supporting those with underrepresented identities including people of color, LGBTQ+ communities, cross cultural experiences and diversity and inclusion in the workplace.