Hannah Chase

Hannah Chase



Hannah earned her Bachelor’s degree in psychology from The University of Arizona and her Master’s degree in counseling from Grand Canyon University. Hannah has been a longtime advocate for eating disorder awareness and has a unique approach blending both a personal and professional insight to recovery. Hannah previously worked at various group homes for a variety of populations, day treatment programming, higher levels of care for eating disorders and respite care.

Hannah received her full LPC license in 2020 and is currently working towards her certification as an eating disorder specialist through IAEDP. Hannah is a certified Be Body Positive* facilitator and is always looking to further her education and experience with learning more about the intersectionality of eating disorders and race, sexuality, ability, privilege, age, gender and size.

Hannah is passionate about creating a safe space where therapeutic rapport can be developed. She uses an individualized approach when treating clients and incorporates the unique needs, wants and goals of the individual into the therapeutic process. Hannah knows that recovery is difficult and not a linear process; however, she also believes that we are all able to live a fully recovered life.

Hannah is trained in Level 1 Brainspotting, Level 1 RO-DBT and currently working towards being a certified intuitive eating counselor.

Hannah is originally from Marquette, MI, enjoys spending time with her children, cycling, watching live music shows and swimming in Lake Superior