All graduate level B'well clinicians are under the supervision of Katherine Cashin, MS, LCPC, Board Approved Supervisor
Hannah provides her clients with a warm, genuine space that is free of judgment. She encourages her clients through a person-centered lens to be the authors of their own stories and strives to empower her clients in their exploration of self through transparency and empathy. Hannah uses various modalities to ensure her clients are finding their best-fit approach to reach their goals. She includes mind-body awareness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and elements of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) to guide her clients to their inner strengths.
You may find working with Hannah helpful if you are…
Navigating stressful life transitions
Looking to recognize and make sense of complicated emotions and thoughts
Looking for a non-judgemental space to indulge in honesty about your inner self, your core values, and the alignment of the two
Having difficulty tolerating distress and using your own strengths to best serve you
Hannah earned her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Syracuse University in New York and her Bachelor of Arts in South Carolina from the College of Charleston. Her experience includes working with children and adults with varying sociocultural backgrounds and neurodiversity in a community mental health outpatient setting. She has worked with individuals and groups navigating the stress that can come with the intersections of personal and societal trauma. She is skilled in helping individuals find their strength and motivation for change. Hannah is committed to guiding her clients to a greater understanding of self so they can nurture a mindset of growth and healing.