Anna Ballas, LMFT, is the clinical director of Ohana. She grew up in Lublin, Poland where she received her master’s degree in clinical psychology at John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. After her transition to California, Anna specialized in evidence-based treatment of first episode psychosis utilizing coordinated specialty care model. Prior to joining the Ohana team in 2019, Anna served as a program manager at Felton Early Psychosis Program in Monterey County and CBTp trainer. She is passionate about incorporating dialogic approach in both family therapy and crisis work. Outside of psychotherapy, Anna is interested in film, dance, and literature. In her spare time she would like to continue learning French.
- MA, Clinical Psychology, John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin