Dr. James E. Walton, Ph.D.
Individual, Couples & Marriage Counseling
Los Angeles & The San Fernando Valley

Free Consultations

Doctorate of Clinical Psychology
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist
Family Divorce Specialist
Member: California Association of Marriage & Family Therapists, Los Angeles Collaborative Family Law Association, International Association of Collaborative Professionals, and Collaborative Professionals of California,  lic. MFT32040

Free Affirmations

Dr. James Walton's powerful direction helps to saturate your mind with the best positive imagery, clarity of thought and helps to release old inhibitions that have held you back from attaining all you can be.  I hope you thoroughly enjoy listening to these audio's and share them with your loved ones.  

You may close your eyes if you choose, and simply relax your body and mind with a few deep breaths; then, listen to the words on the free audio repeating them to yourself.  It’s as easy as that.

 Thanks for coming, enjoy your visit!

Award-Winning Albums

Recognizing the dramatic achievements made by his patients using hypnosis, Los Angeles therapist, Dr. James E. Walton, Ph.D. envisioned making his work available to a global audience.  The resulting 'labor of love' is the Dr. Walton Series," an audio series which is a powerful tool to support people to change behaviors, improve relationships and feel emotional well-being.

Stress Management • Overcome Panic & Fear • Self-Confidence
Anger Management • Sleep & Insomnia • Grief  Recovery
Healing from Break-Ups • Weight Loss • Stop Smoking 


Dear Dr. Walton,

"I have found that all of the clients I have had listen to your CD have had a 50% - 70% immediate reduction in their anxiety symptoms. I have personally used your CD's for over 5 years and have found them so helpful I have bought more.  Clearly, I believe in the power of this technique.

I have listened to several 'free' self-hypnosis CD's online and had the clients I work with try to find free ones they liked, but it always turns out the same, they don't like the voice or the images as much, or it just doesn't seem to work as well."

Jill Hubble, MS/M.Ed
Headway Emotional Health Services Therapist
South St. Paul High School