Britton H. Turkett, M.A.
Founder & Director

For over 20 years, Britton has driven from house to house, helping clients and families finally find and experience the healing, recovery, hoping, and meaning that they have been looking for. Britton is a change agent with an understanding of the clarity, understanding, and persistence it takes to engage with people and remove obstacles in a way that allows for the possibility of change. He has been doing the work and leading teams for two decades, supporting hundreds of clients and families who have been struggling with mental health diagnosis, substance use disorders, and lack of meaning and purpose.

Britton is a husband and a father who is always striving to be the best he can be in order to show others that it is possible to push through limiting beliefs and overcome obstacles. He is an athlete, has been a mediation practitioner and teacher since getting his Master’s Degree in Comparative Religious Studies from Naropa University in 2004. He has led aftercare and mindfulness groups in over a dozen treatment centers and also taught mindfulness meditation at the Moore Cancer Clinical on the campus of the University of California San Diego. His two favorite quotes are “Cry in the dojo, laugh in the battlefield”, author unknown. And the Allen Ginsburg quote, “Well, while I’m here I’ll do the work – and what’s the work? To ease the pain of living. Everything else, drunken dumbshow.” The latter of which is framed and has been sitting on his desk for 20 years, reminding him every day of the task at hand.