Adam Moss, MA, is passionate about his work with children, adolescents and their families. He has a master’s degree in clinical psychology from the Wright Institute in Berkeley, and is currently working on his doctorate. He has worked in numerous agencies and schools with young people and their families, who are navigating complex and diverse issues of individual and family challenges. Before entering the field of psychology he worked for five years as a teacher at a school and community inspired by Reggio Emilia pedagogy.
Adam believes that intentional communities and spaces, where young people are seen and are supported to build authentic relationships, are critical to individual development and he is grateful to have the opportunity to participate in the Stepping Stones Project.