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Hannah is an LGBTQ+ identifying provider who utilizes a person-centered approach, mindfulness-based modalities, and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy to help individuals heal and process depression, anxiety, addiction, loss, life transitions, and identity explorations. Hannah invites you to come as you are and use all the creative skills and talents you already possess to work together toward healing.
Hannah hopes to provide the space for you to feel the intensity of the human experience alongside the support of a committed professional. Hannah often uses humor in building relationships and finds that it can foster resilience in the face of pain. She has a passion for the working with LGBTQ+ community, unhoused folks, and those who experience chronic suicidality.
Hannah works from a trauma-informed and connection-centered lens, that considers systemic oppression and how it may affect mental health. Through her work at the Partial Hospitalization and Inpatient levels of care, she has gained specific experience with behavioral methods in the treatment of depression and anxiety, co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders, and the diagnostic assessment of children & adolescents.
Hannah is working under the licensed supervision of Nikhil Kaistha, MSEd, MA, LPCC while she pursues clinical licensure as a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC).