Missy Curtis specializes in working with children, teenagers, young adults, and families who are facing challenges, such as anxiety, depression, grief/loss, low self-esteem, social and emotional, and spiritual crises. She is a compassionate therapist who readily connects with young people and understands the importance of building a steady, nurturing environment where individuals can safely explore their feelings and move towards growth and healing. She has a relational and creative approach to therapy from a holistic perspective tailoring the sessions to each individual.
Missy holds a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy with a specialization in Child and Adolescent Counseling from Richmont Graduate University and over twenty years of professional experience in the non-profit sector providing personal and spiritual guidance to adolescents and young adults. Missy has her LAPC and is working under supervision. In recent years, Missy worked as a school counselor where she provided individual and group counseling for students, taught guidance lessons, and consulted with parents and teachers regarding their child’s academic, social and emotional needs.
Missy enjoys spending time with her family and friends, travelling, being outdoors, creating art, and listening to live music.