Michelle Ng, LMFT

Marriage & Family Therapist, Lic. No. MFC48682

Michelle has worked with young children, teens, and up to older adults for the past 12 years across various cultural and economic backgrounds.   Michelle has extensive experience working with a wide range of mental health issues, e.g. depression, anxiety, adjustment, career-related, behavioral, parenting, and relationships, in individual, group and family therapy formats. She provides a fostering environment to allow for growth and reflection. Her therapeutic approach varies depending on the needs of the client. She adopts the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy approach and Attachment Theory to assist her clients to achieve their potential in personal goals and relationships.

Michelle is a graduate from University of Southern California and currently works as a Clinical supervisor and a manager for a well-established non-profit organization in Southern California. She supervises unlicensed psychologists, social workers and marriage and family therapists.


Anxiety, career counseling, coping skills, depression, emotional disturbance, family conflict, grief, life coaching, marital and premarital, mood disorders, parenting, peer relationships, pregnancy, prenatal, postpartum, racial identity, relationship issues, trauma and PTSD, women’s issues

Treatment Preference

Attachment-Based Treatment, Coaching, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Multiculturally Sensitive Intervention, Eclectic Intervention, Family/Marital Therapy, Family Systems, Motivational Interviewing


Individuals, couples, family

Age Specialty

Children (6-10), preteens/tweens (11-13), adolescents/teenagers (14-19), adults, elders (65+)

Additional Language/s Spoken

Cantonese, Mandarin