NADIA MISHAEL is a licensed clinical psychologist and licensed clinical social worker. She joined in 2010 and is an adjunct assistant professor and external field instructor. She has taught foundation courses in social work practice with individuals, families and groups. She also teaches psychopathology (DSM) and serves as lead instructor for group psychotherapy taught at the school's Virtual Academic Center.
She has been in private practice for more than 18 years and maintains an office with the Psychoanalytic Building Associates in Century City, California. She works with individuals, families and at-risk teens, and specializes in anxiety disorders, depression and relationship counseling.
She currently serves as a volunteer supervisor at The Maple Counseling Center. Previously, she worked at Maple Center as program coordinator, developing curricula, supervising and teaching a peer-counseling program at Beverly Hills High School. She holds a Pupil Personnel Services Credential in school social work and child welfare and attendance. She has also worked as a clinical social worker and supervisor for the National Council of Jewish Women.
She is a certified mental health professional and approved consultant with the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis. She is also a member of the National Association of Social Workers, California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, and Los Angeles County Psychological Association.