Hannah is a licensed clinical social worker and earned her Master of Social Welfare degree from the University of Kansas. Hannah completed her graduate practicum in residential care for children and adolescents in state custody, where she focused on behavior modification techniques to support the congregate care setting.
Hannah has experience working in the treatment of mental health conditions in the inpatient, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and outpatient settings. Hannah also has a background working in juvenile justice and with the Office of Refugee Resettlement.
Hannah’s approach to therapy is focused on building a strong rapport with each person she works with by ensuring they feel seen and heard in an authentic way. Hannah hopes to learn each person’s story and work with them by providing respectful feedback that promotes empowerment. Hannah values a space of understanding to support her clients to identify goals for treatment and work at their desired pace by using interventions including CBT, DBT and ACT.
In her free time, Hannah likes to spend time with her husband and her dogs, exploring the state as a new Wisconsin resident.