Hannah supports adults to navigate identity, existential questions, and relationships. She can help you attend to your spiritual needs as you work through these questions. Hannah guides you in naming unspoken realities, understanding patterns, finding your voice, accessing nuance, and developing a deeper relationship with yourself.
With a background in Gender and Sexuality Studies, Hannah provides a gentle environment where you can explore masculinity, femininity, and diverse relationship styles. Hannah has worked in a community with queer and trans people of various identities. She actively supports healing, affirming relationships that meet you where you are — whether with partners, friends, or family.
Hannah believes that everyone deserves compassion, without exception. Hannah creates a safe space where you can be vulnerable and release guilt or shame. Hannah's therapeutic dynamic is warm, engaging and explorative, often with some laughs. Hannah uses narrative therapy with strategies that intersect Buddhist psychology and mental health, such as meditation, radical acceptance and self-compassion.
As a writer since childhood, Hannah has long grappled with how the stories we tell — or don’t tell — shape our lives. Hannah finds that her practice as a writer naturally compliments her work as a narrative therapist. In her writing, Hannah loves playing with metaphor and language to distill the difficulties of life into potent teachings. When not working, Hannah loves swimming in cold lakes, making babies laugh, cooking for loved ones, and romanticizing the ordinary.
Master of Social Work, York University (2022)
Bachelor of Arts – Specialization in Women's Studies, Concordia University (2018)
Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (Wilfrid Laurier University)
Advanced Narrative Therapy (Vancouver School of Narrative Therapy)
Narrative Practice (The Dulwich Centre)
Trauma-Informed Practice (Trauma-Informed Practice Institute)
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (Medical University of South Carolina)
Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers