Dr. Sheila Siegel is both a licensed clinical social worker and a clinical psychologist. She was the school psychologist at Harvard Westlake high school for twenty years. Upon retiring, she began volunteering for Free The Slaves, training people worldwide working to free slaves. She then spent two years working as the clinical supervisor at Safe Place For Youth, a drop-in center for the homeless TAY population.
Since then, she has been a clinical supervisor at Southern California Counseling Center, the ACTS program at Antioch, and The People Concern. She has been married forever and is the mother of two dogs and twin boys who have children of their own. During her career, she took a brief detour to art school, where she learned to blow glass.
MA in Clinical Psychology