Dr Hyla Cass


Author & Integrated Medicine Physician, Integrative Medicine

United States


Hyla Cass, MD, is an international expert in integrative medicine and psychiatry. Board-certified in psychiatry and neurology (ABPN) and in integrative and holistic medicine (ABIHM), Dr. Cass graduated from the University of Toronto School of Medicine, interned at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center, and completed a psychiatric residency at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center-UCLA. Nationally acclaimed pioneer in the fields of integrative medicine and psychiatry, Dr. Cass helps individuals enhance mind, mood and energy with the use of natural supplements and hormones. She has received a numerous awards including the Safe Harbor award for outstanding contributions in alternative mental health, The Legacy Service Award from ACAM, Emord & Associates’ “Excellence in Integrative Medicine,” and admission to the International Orthomolecular Medicine Organization’s Hall of Fame for her significant contribution to the field. She appears often as a guest on national radio and television, including The View and The Dr. Oz Show. Dr. Cass combines the best of natural medicine with modern science where she uses an integrated approach in her evaluation and treatment of individuals with a wide variety of problems. She is the author of numerous articles and popular books including: The Addicted Brain and How to Break Free; Natural Highs; Supplement your Prescription: What Your Doctor Doesn’t Know About Nutrition, and 8 Weeks to Vibrant Health. Dr. Cass helps individuals withdraw safely and comfortably from addictive substances, including medications, and to enhance mind, mood and energy with targeted nutritional supplements formulations. She lectures frequently for MWA and to her fellow health professionals and is in private clinical practice in the Greater Los Angeles area.


  • Nutrition
  • Addictions and Drug Therapy
  • Holistic Medicine
  • Integrative Medicine
  • Natural Medicine
  • Natural Supplements
  • Neurology
  • Orthomolecular Medicine
  • Psychiatry