Katie Landa, MSEd
Katie Landa is a Clinical Fellow specializing in the treatment of adults, young adults, and adolescents with anxiety, depression, emotion dysregulation, and trauma.
In her clinical work, Katie utilizes Cognitive Behavioral and Dialectical Behavioral modalities, and incorporates a holistic approach to therapy that focuses on mind, body, and spirit. Using empathy and authenticity, Katie fosters a nonjudgmental therapeutic environment where her clients feel supported and encouraged to be vulnerable, open, and empowered in the face of challenges. Katie values both process and goal oriented approaches to helping clients work towards their goals and achieve success and fulfillment in their lives.
Katie received her Masters Degree in Counseling with a Bilingual Extension (Spanish) from Queens College, and her Bachelors Degree in Psychology from Cortland State University. Katie is currently completing an Advanced Certificate in Mental Health Counseling from the University at Buffalo. Prior to joining private practice, she has worked as a mental health school counselor for over six years.
Katie loves to travel and moved to Madrid, Spain in 2014 to teach English. She enjoys learning about new cultures and meeting people from around the world, and has previously worked closely with immigrant populations struggling with trauma.