I believe that each individual is the product of their own beliefs and experiences. Therapy is a journey, unique to each individual, and is not “one size fits all.” Working together, I help my clients identify their own goals and aspirations, and empower them to lead more meaningful and authentic lives.
Ranjita Rao works with children, teens, and adults struggling with addiction, anxiety, depression, and other challenges. She is passionate about working with women suffering from infertility, depression and anxiety during pregnancy and post-partum, as well as other reproductive issues. Ranjita earned her bachelors degree in psychology from UCLA and her Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from USC.
Ranjita believes in the uniqueness of each individual and provides personalized treatment plans tailored to help her clients lead authentic lives. She employs integrative techniques and approaches from Cognitive-Behavioral, Strengths Based, Person- Centered, and Existential orientations.
Ranjita did her graduate school training at the CLARE Foundation and at Kaiser Permanente’s Department of Addiction Medicine where she gained extensive experience working with adults and adolescents struggling with addiction.
Outside of private practice, Ranjita works at a middle/high school in an underserved community. There, she works with adolescents struggling with trauma, depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, self- harm, and developmental disabilities.
Ranjita is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (IMF 100431). She works under the supervision of Rachel Thomasian, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFC 51626).
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