Hannah has worked for over ten years pursuing her passion for adolescent mental health in a variety of different capacities. This includes teaching for three years in under-resourced communities, providing therapy to pregnant and parenting adolescents at Fruitvale Academy, and providing dyadic therapy as an infant-parent psychotherapist trainee through UCSF General Hospital’s Child Trauma Center. Most recently, Hannah created the Wellness Center at Tamalpais High School in Marin County. The Wellness Center provides supportive services for students around health, mental health, sexual health, and substance use and abuse. As the Wellness Coordinator, Hannah provided 1:1 therapy, coordinated care for all students, led a team of therapists, and helped develop curriculum and school-wide campaigns aiming to help adolescents develop healthy coping skills.
Hannah believes in a collaborative approach to therapy where the therapist and client work together to build a life worth living based on the client’s goal. She believes in an integrative approach to mental wellness aiding client’s to deepen their personal understanding and insight while overcoming maladaptive thoughts, behaviors, and emotions. Hannah’s clinical training includes assisting clients with depression, anxiety, self-injury behavior, suicidality, substance abuse, and eating disorders through a trauma focused lens.