Cecelia Mylett, PSYD., LCSW
Dr. Cecelia Mylett, PSYD., LCSW, has extensive experience and skills in the development, delivery, and administration of outpatient Behavioral Health Care Services. Cecelia is the former Director of the Los Angeles Sunset and Pasadena Outpatients Service Clinics for Kaiser Permanente’s Department of Psychiatry. She was responsible for the quality of care and delivery of mental health services for 400-600 out patients daily. In addition, she was the lead facilitator for the organization, Los Angeles Critical Incident Team, where she developed protocols for campus and community responses to critical crisis emergencies needing mental health support. Cecelia provided therapeutic services to adults, couples, families, and groups, using her extensive training in evidence-based practices such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Crisis Intervention, and the Clinical application of Mindfulness Meditation in Psychotherapy. Past clinical experience and training include her role as a staff psychotherapist for adult mentally ill patients and families at the Los Angeles County USC Inpatient Psychiatric hospital.
She graduated from the University of Southern California, where she received her MSW in Clinical Social Work. She received her Doctorate of Psychology from Ryokan College and completed Harvard’s John F, Kennedy School of Government Leadership program, where she was the 2011 Recipient of Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center’s Leadership award. Cecelia has been a clinical supervisor and field instructor for the USC Graduate School of Social Work and UCLA Graduate School of Social Welfare for the past 13 years. She is very excited about joining the CAST staff and hopes to use her skills and expertise to advance CAST’s mission of providing the freedom to be your best self.