Hannah earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from The University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona in 2013. Thereafter, Hannah graduated with her Master’s degree in counseling from Grand Canyon University in 2018. Hannah has been a longtime advocate for eating disorder awareness and has a unique approach blending both a personal experience and professional insight to recovery. She has participated in several NEDA walks and community outreach/awareness in the Upper Peninsula. Hannah previously worked at the following group homes, Teaching Family Homes in Marquette, MI and Silvercrest in Neenah, WI . In addition, Hannah was able to aid in the development and creation of the Winnebago County respite program for CLTS youth. Most recently, Hannah was employed at Northwest Journey Day Treatment as a Case Manager and Therapist. Hannah received her LPC-IT in 2018 through the State of Wisconsin. She is currently working towards earning her certification for an eating disorder specialist. Hannah has a wide variety of experience from working with youth involved in the juvenile justice system, group home populations, long term support children and families, those who struggle with mental health concerns, trauma informed care and community outreach.
Hannah is passionate about creating a safe space where therapeutic rapport can be developed. She uses an individualized approach when treating eating disorders and incorporates the unique wants and needs that a client desires into the treatment. Hannah knows that recovery is possible, but acknowledges the strength and determination that it takes to reach this milestone.
Hannah is originally from Marquette, MI, enjoys spending time with her children, cycling, watching live music shows and swimming in Lake Superior