Myda realized from a young age that her calling in life was to help people transform their pain, find hope and become empowered. She obtained her Bachelors in Clinical Psychology and her Masters in Social Work from California State University of Northridge. Myda received rigorous training and experience over the years, running groups and working with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. She has treated a broad range of emotional and social challenges, such as addiction, anxiety, codependency, depression, life transitions, relationship difficulties and the effects of past trauma. In therapy, Myda creates an empathetic and supportive environment where individuals can refocus their energy, develop their core strengths, reach their goals and cultivate tools that will aid in achieving lasting fulfillment.