Prarthana Khullar, MS, LCSW

Therapist

Prarthana has been dedicated to working with children, teens, young adults, their care givers, and families. She approaches the therapeutic relationship with a genuine curiosity to understand the lives, struggles, and the strengths of her clients. Prarthana’s work is primarily grounded in relationship-based, psychodynamic therapy; she is mindful of cultural and religious individuality and approaches her work with an awareness of her client’s needs. Prarthana supports collaboration with caregivers, family members, and partners in her work with her clients. She wants to help one better understand oneself, reach their potential and achieve their goals.

Education:

BA, Psychology, Sociology and English Literature, Christ College, Bengaluru, India

BA, Psychology, University of Illinois-Springfield

MS, Child Development, Erikson Institute, Chicago

MSW, Loyola University, Chicago

Areas of Specialty:

Relationship Issues

Trauma

Anxiety

Grief and Loss

Issues:

Emotional Disturbance

Self Esteem

Self-Harming

Sleep or Insomnia

Conflict

Coping skills

Behavior Issues

Depression

Alternative Languages

Hindi

Juvenile Protective Association
1707 N. Halsted St.
Chicago, IL 60614

Tel: 312.440.1203
Fax: 312.698.6931

mmarshall@jpachicago.org