Kratika Choudhary, MA, LMHC
Kratika joins the Strong Roots Counseling community having completed her second Master’s degree in Counseling from Northwestern University, and her first Masters degree in Psychology from Delhi University in India. Kratika works with children, adolescents, and adults doing both individual and group work. She has also completed the Strong Roots Counseling certificate in the use of CBT for perinatal emotional complication. In addition to her outpatient work over the years, Kratika has worked in a number of school-based settings, as well as The Mental Health Human Rights Clinic based at The Family Institute, Northwestern University. Kratika is passionate about working with individuals from many marginalized identities, and she has specific experience in supporting LGBTQ+ clients and persons of color.
In addition to her individual work, Kratika is trained in the Tavistock model of understanding groups and systems. She previously developed process groups for Asian American women to reflect on their immigrant and first- generation experiences. Kratika’s treatment approach is varied, with an emphasis on individuals as whole people, a culmination of their mind, body, emotional, and spiritual forces. She is trained in psychodynamic approaches, somatic work, CBT, mindfulness, and play therapy.
Kratika’s specialties are: trauma, anxiety disorders, depression, life transition issues, relationship problems, child & adolescent therapy, mindfulness, LGBTQ+, and somatic work. Her work is done in both English and Hindi. Her compassionate presence is tangible when you meet her. Please reach out to schedule an initial appointment with Kratika.