Employee Spotlight:
Khali Koetting, Therapist

Employee Spotlight: Khali Koetting, Therapist

Healthy Minds’ Employee Spotlight articles feature dedicated team members doing amazing work to make mental health care better for everyone in Las Vegas and Southern Nevada.

Introducing Khali Koetting, Therapist at Healthy Minds (and a Detroit Lion’s Fan)

Khali Koetting, Therapist at Healthy Minds. Las Vegas, Nevada

Khali Koetting, Therapist at Healthy Minds.

We’d like to introduce you to Khali Koetting, a therapist at Healthy Minds.

Hometown: Suburbs outside Detroit, MI

Education and Degrees: Bachelor’s of Science (Women and Gender Studies) from Eastern Michigan University. Master’s in Social Work, Concentration- Mental Health/ Sub-concentration- Military Social Work from University of Southern California

Trivia (what funny, odd, or interesting thing don’t people know about you?): I snort when I laugh, my childhood nickname was Shrek, I lived in Hawaii, I have swam with sharks and have been skydiving.

Khali Koetting enjoying a different view of the earth.

Khali enjoying a different view of the earth.

Hobbies: I enjoy cooking, reading, and golfing (unfortunately having a little human leaves little time for hobbies).

Khali Koetting golfing in Hawaii.

Khali golfing in Hawaii.

Other fun facts: I am a Detroit Lions Fan, which is not something anyone chooses to be – haha!

Favorite things to do in Vegas: EAT, try new coffee shops, and go to Vegas shows!

Most rewarding experience or thing you like most about working at Healthy Minds:
I absolutely love working with court-mandated clients who are struggling with substance use and co-occurring mental health issues. It is amazing to watch them grow into the person they always wanted to be but never thought they could be. I have experiences on a weekly basis where I truly feel blessed to have the opportunity to work with this population.


Khali enjoying a beautiful day in Maui.

Khali enjoying a beautiful day in Maui.


Thank you, Khali, for your amazing work helping our substance use disorder (SUD) and mental health patients find the best and truest versions of themselves. Our team — and the Las Vegas community — is better because of you.

2019-02-28T10:59:58+00:00January 30th, 2019|Team Stories|

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