Seeking out therapy can feel daunting. Hannah’s work as a therapist is motivated by the understanding that everyone has skills to develop and could use a supportive environment to grow.
Hannah holds a Bachelor of Arts in psychology and social welfare and a Master of Social Work from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. She enjoys working with individuals of all ages, children to older adults, with her main experience involving adults in a crisis mental health setting. She primarily uses cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) but can incorporate a variety of other approaches including dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) skills. Hannah wants to incorporate important elements of your identity including your culture, faith/spirituality, and unique characteristics of yourself. She sees clients via telehealth and in-person in Stevens Point.
Hannah has worked with a variety of topics including:
- Adjustment and Stress
- Family Development and Parenting
- Trauma and abuse
- Suicidal thoughts and self-harm
- Personality disorders
- Obsessive compulsive disorders
- Bipolar disorders
- Identity issues and self-confidence