Hannah earned her Master’s at Azusa Pacific University, graduating in 2015 with a degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. During her practicum, she worked at a crisis house serving primarily homeless clients diagnosed with severe mental illness, an environment that led to a deep passion for the TAY (Transition Age Youth-18 to 25 year olds) population and crisis interventions. In order to better understand the challenges that youth face, Hannah worked in a public school district, quickly learning more about public education and advocating for her clients in IEP teams. In May 2017, Hannah joined Center For Discovery, combining her managerial skills and therapy skills in one role.
Hannah’s therapeutic approach is fairly simple: meet the client where they are at and work with them to reach their goals. Outside of work, Hannah enjoys practicing yoga, cooking, and traveling.