Hannah’s clinical work is relational, collaborative, and neurobiologically informed; providing psychoeducation for clients and utilizing somatic and present-centered interventions are key parts of it.
Hannah holds a Masters in Social Work from The University of Chicago Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice (formerly School of Social Service Administration) and is a licensed social worker. They were CCIH’s intern for the 2021-2022 school year and have transitioned to a full time fellowship position in which they are deepening their training and continuing to work with adults and adolescents. Adhering to the tenets of the social work profession and their personal values, they prioritize anti-oppressive ideology and praxis in their life and clinical work.
Hannah previously worked with The Joseph Palombo Center for Neuroscience and Psychoanalytic Social Work at the Institute of Clinical Social Work where they collaborated with and were educated by experts in the field. They also have several years of experience working with neurodivergent adolescents. As a proud member of the neurodivergent community, Hannah is very invested in providing accessible treatment that caters to the unique needs of neurodivergent clients and addressing harm these clients may have faced in previous therapy experiences. Similarly, they are attuned to the unique needs of the queer and trans community, of which they are also a proud member.