Hannah is committed to providing a safe and non-judgmental space for your child to better understand their world, increase problem solving skills, and boost their self-confidence. She creates a warm and accepting environment that provides a space for your child to feel comfortable working through their big emotions. She will individualize each approach and use your child’s unique strengths to help them thrive in the environments around them. Hannah uses a systemic approach by including caregivers in the process and looking at the child’s world as a whole.
Hannah graduated with a Bachelors in Psychology from Gonzaga University before going to graduate school. She became a special education para-educator with the Bellevue School District and greatly enjoyed assisting preschoolers with autism and other learning disabilities. She fell in love with working with children during this time and decided to pursue a degree where she could help make more effective change in children’s lives as well as their families.
Hannah graduated with a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Regis University and is working towards her license under the supervision of Blair Skinner, LMFT. Hannah was trained in clinical skills and worked with adolescents and their families during her internship through Regis. After graduating, Hannah started working with individuals and couples at a private practice. She is excited to return to working with children and dedicated to a systemic approach in order to help the entire family thrive as a whole.
If you are new, please feel free to fill out Hannah’s intake forms before the first session. These forms can also be filled out during the first session.