Ranna Chaudry, MA, LCPC has a Master’s in Counseling and is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, School Counselor and a SAC (Substance Abuse Counselor). She has over 7 years of experience as a mental health therapist and has provided counseling services to children, adolescents and families primarily in school based mental health. She has provided individual, family and group therapy to her clients for more than 4 years at Johns Hopkins. Her approach is gentle, non-judgmental and compassionate and she frequently utilizes CBT, DBT, play therapy, art therapy and mindfulness. Her main areas of expertise are ADHD, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, anger management, school issues, trauma and grief.
Mrs. Chaudry earned her BA in Biopsychology and Fine Arts in 2011 and Master’s degree in counseling from The College of New Jersey in 2013. She is a National Board-Certified Counselor. Mrs. Chaudry has worked in the school system where she advocated for her clients and attended 504 and IEP meetings to support her families. She was a resource to students, teachers, administrators, parents and community agents in the areas of development, interpersonal relationships, communication, decision-making skills and group dynamics. Mrs. Chaudry believes in systems to work in collaboration to address the complex issues and diagnoses that we see in child and adolescent mental health.