Alyssa Mass is a licensed marital and family therapist who works collaboratively with clients of all ages and backgrounds.
She has worked extensively with clients to overcome anxiety, depression, eating disorders and grief, amongst other challenges. Treatment plans and therapeutic approaches are tailored to the client’s specific concerns and needs.
Alyssa has helped clients navigate key life transitions such as becoming a parent, the evolution from child to adult, as well as moving/relocation, long distance relationships, and career changes. She has developed and led both clinical and parent/teacher workshops on the development of a positive relationship to food throughout the lifespan. She works primarily from a relational perspective that incorporates best practices from a range of schools of thought to help clients achieve practical results.
Alyssa is an Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine University's Graduate School of Education and Psychology. She also sits on the Clinical Advisory Board of the STAR Institute. Previously she served as the Director of School-Based and Parenting Programs at the Southern California Counseling Center where she was also a clinical supervisor for many years. Alyssa has been a featured guest on numerous podcasts, quoted in national magazines, and filmed for Bravo's "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."