Rana Chawla

Phone: (408) 758- 0960
Website: Khalil Center

Rana Chawla is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and holds a Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology from the University of Denver.  She has worked extensively with adolescents & families, providing individual & family therapy and dealing with a wide variety of issues. Her clinical training ranges from working with seriously mentally ill adolescents living in a locked facility, to providing treatment in the community and in-home services to families.  Rana also has experience working as a school counselor in elementary, middle, and high school settings.  She utilizes a wide variety of therapeutic techniques based on the needs of the client.  She is passionate about providing services to underserved populations, dispelling the stigma of mental illness, and assisting parents to improve their family dynamics. In addition, Rana studied abroad in 2003/04 in Damascus, Syria, where she received a license to teach Tajweed from the late Shaykh Abu Hassan Al Kurdi.  Rana is always working to deepen her spiritual knowledge & self-understanding in order to better serve her community.

Average Session Cost: $120
Sliding Scale: Yes
Address: 5724 W Las Positas Blvd. #300
City: Pleasanton
State: California
Zip Code: 94588
Affiliation: Khalil Center
  • Child or Adolescent
  • Family Conflict
  • Women's Issues
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