Brandon McQueen, MFTA

Brandon M. McQueen is an experienced Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (#98012) working under the supervision of Dr. Megan Phillips (PSY28184). Brandon has more than 6 years of therapeutic experience alongside 15 years of professional mental health experience. Through his therapeutic experience, Brandon has provided therapy to individuals, couples, families, young children, teenagers, transitional age youth, addicts, traumatized individuals, and domestic violence perpetrators and victims.

Notably, Brandon flourishes in the therapy room when providing therapeutic services to New and Expectant Fathers, Fathers of Postpartum Couples, Victims of Abuse, Interracial Relationships, Young Adults, Victims of Abuse and most notably Trauma Survivors. Being a trauma survivor himself, Brandon specializes in creating space for traumatic pains to be observed and learned from in a dependable and healthy environment.

Brandon uses his dynamic personality, insights from his own traumatic experiences, and extensive research detailing the human condition to assist his clients in forging a meaningful life worth living. Brandon’s unique approach to therapy involves the enhancement of personal insight to allow a focus on creating desired behavioral patterns outside the therapy room. His experiences and insight also allow him to work and heal deep seeded traumas, depression, anxiety, romantic relationships, parental in-law therapy, therapy for adult children of divorce, self-esteem management, infidelity issues, pre-marriage counseling, identity issues, long term marriage counseling, codependency, issues regarding betrayal, divorce, and rekindling strained or broken relationships.

After receiving his bachelor’s degree in Psychology from San Diego State University in 2014, Brandon earned his master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from The California School of Professional Psychology, Alliant International University, San Diego in 2016. Currently he is in the process of obtaining his Doctorate Degree from The California School of
Professional Psychology, Alliant International University, Irvine. Once conferred, Brandon will attain his doctorate degree in Marriage and Family Therapy with a dual emphasis in Interracial Relationships and Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder respectively.

To speak with Brandon about his services and availability, you can contact him directly at (657) 210-8200 or Brandon@cottonwoodpsychology.comYou can also view our pricing options on our Fees & Payments page.

Cottonwood Psychology Center is proud to offer in office & online cognitive-behavioral and strengths-based therapy services to clients in Anaheim, Yorba Linda, Villa Park, Placentia, Orange and surrounding areas.

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