Alyssa Mandel

Alyssa Mandel

Dedicated Therapist in Arizona

Currently employed at CEO/Director

Previous: Touchstone Community Service


Previous: University Of Wisconsin-Madison



    A licensed clinical social worker, Alyssa Mandel founded The Mandel Center of Arizona in 2003 with the goal of providing high-quality psychotherapeutic counseling services to individuals of all ages. Offering both long-term and short-term counseling at the center, she focuses specifically on eating disorders but also treats a variety of other issues, from panic disorder and depression to substance abuse. Alyssa Mandel utilizes a range of techniques, including cognitive-behavioral therapy and mindfulness therapy, to help individuals, couples, and families. Dedicated to individualized service, she designs treatment plans based on each client’s personal needs for support and guidance. With a bachelor of arts from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and a master of social work from Columbia University, Alyssa Mandel began her career as an intern at an outpatient adult mental health clinic for the Lower East Side Service Center in New York. She subsequently served as an intern at Mt. Sinai Hospital and a senior certified social worker for the nonprofit Creative Arts Workshops for Kids. In 1999, Ms. Mandel opened her first private practice while simultaneously serving as the director of after-school programs for Brooklyn Bureau of Community Service and, later, director of social services for Phipps Community Development Corporation.



The Mandel Center of Arizona

At CEO/Director

From 2003 to Present

Intake Coordinator/Assessment/Psychotherapist

At Touchstone Community Service

From January 1998 to January 1999