Administrative Team

Alyssa, Patient Care Manager, graduated from California State University Long Beach, where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development and a double minor in Psychology and Child Development. While in college, she was an honor student and a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. Alyssa has always had a passion for helping others; this became apparent when she was 5 years old and wrote a letter to the President asking if he’d end homelessness. She volunteered with SCFFAA (Southern California Foster Family & Adoption Agency), did her college internship with a school psychologist at a middle school working with a small group of emotionally disturbed students, and volunteered with countless other organizations.

Alyssa discovered her passion for psychology when taking AP psychology in high school. Her fascination with how the mind works makes her an excellent fit for Ketamine Clinics of Los Angeles. She has served as our Patient Care Coordinator since early 2016, assisting our patients from the moment they express interest in our treatment, down to wrapping up the completion of their initial series and following up as-needed.

Alyssa brings enthusiasm, fresh ideas, comfort, and overall professionalism to our team. She manages all aspects of the front office, is a master scheduler, and knows how to make patient care a priority. Alyssa keeps in contact with our collaborators, manages our social media with integrity, and helps with organizing all of our events.

Alyssa is originally from Palo Alto in Northern California. Growing up she was a competitive gymnast for 10 years, and also tried diving, dance, and cheerleading in high school. She played violin for 5 years and is very creative. Alyssa lives happily in Santa Monica with her sister and her sister’s dog, Ika. When she isn’t busy at the clinic, she enjoys a lifestyle filled with traveling, hanging out with friends, working out, reading, watching movies, and attending concerts.

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