Paul Hubbard, M.A., AMFT, is excited to be part of the Healing Pathways team and to bring his insight and therapeutic experience to clients on their paths towards greater growth and evolution.
Paul received his undergraduate degree with majors in both Psychology and Multicultural/Gender Studies with an emphasis in Women’s Studies at California State University, Chico. In early 2017, he completed his Master of Arts in Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy at Brandman University. In addition to his formal studies, Paul brings to his counseling practice a lifelong fascination with Eastern philosophy and experience with multiple psychological approaches, including cognitive-behavioral, humanistic, and solution-focused modalities.
His long-term interest in organic gardening, as well as his semi-professional playing of the sitar, a stringed musical instrument from India, have shaped his understanding of interconnectedness and the nurturing aspects of the therapeutic relationship.
As an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, Paul can help you deepen awareness around issues of self-sabotaging behavior, as well as grief and accompanying depression. If you experience general depression or anxiety, he can assist in processing and moving beyond the discomfort. Skilled in trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy as well as attachment-based family therapy, Paul is able to help you process trauma around life losses through diverse modalities. Recognizing the importance of the individual work we do on interpersonal and societal levels, he brings empathy and authenticity in his work with clients from a myriad of backgrounds.