Mia Singer is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT #114631), working as the Enrollment Director for Embark Campbell. She moved from Los Angeles to Campbell – mid pandemic – and is loving it! She went to school all along the coast, first at Santa Barbara City College then to UC Santa Cruz to finish her bachelor’s in psychology and finally to Pepperdine University to get her master’s in clinical psychology (with a short pit stop in living in Louisiana). For the past two years she has been working as a private practice therapist, working with teens and adults in individual and group therapy. Prior to this, Mia worked specifically with teen and young adults (13-25 years old) in many different forms, from residential treatment to field based therapy. Throughout these experiences, she has been able to gain insight and understanding to the issues many adolescents are dealing with today, specializing in issues such as anxiety, depression, Conduct Disorder, PTSD, and a multitude of co-occurring disorders. Coming from a Humanistic Psychology background, Mia takes on a person/ client centered therapeutic process that focuses on self-actualization, self-efficacy, and the understanding that humans are inherently good, in order to create lasting change. In her free time Mia loves to hike and travel, whenever possible, and is trying very hard to be a better cook. Most of the time though, she is probably at home, watching TV with her very chunky cat named Lucille (pictures and videos are most definitely available, upon request).