Khatya Albano, LMFT
Specialties: Native Americans
Khatya Albano is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who received her Master of Arts in Psychology with a concentration in Buddhist Psychology from University of the West. Khatya is trained in Mindfulness-Based Practices, EMDR, Relational Gestalt therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Wellbriety, and clinical case management. Using a client-centered approach, Khatya strives to create a safe, supportive environment while capitalizing on client’s strengths and accountability to help clients achieve long-lasting wellness and sobriety.
Khatya worked as a clinical case manager with an outpatient facility providing psychiatric rehabilitation for clients with severe needs. Khatya has experience with a wide range in population, including people with neurodevelopmental issues, psychosis, mood disorders, anxiety, trauma, and personality disorders. Khatya started in the behavioral health field as a Behavior Interventionist providing one on one services to children with Autism for 5 years. She then moved on to provide counseling and psychotherapy with adults for 3 years from a holistic, gestalt, community, relational perspective. She worked for 3.5 years with clients as a clinical case manager providing psychiatric rehabilitation directly with clients in their communities.
Khatya’s approach to therapy incorporates curiosity, collaboration, embodiment, and mindfulness. Khatya’s focuses include trauma, anxiety, depression, mind-body connection, and mood disorders.
Khatya received her LMFT in 2019 and is an EMDR Trained Clinician.