Hannah is a psychologist at the Child Wellbeing Centre. She is passionate about assisting and empowering young people, children and their families to overcome emotional and relational difficulties.
Hannah uses an integrative approach to therapy, where she draws from a variety of evidence-based interventions and techniques depending on her client’s needs and preferences. The client-therapist relationship takes centre-stage in Hannah’s therapeutic approach.
Hannah holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology. She has a keen interest in research and knowledge translation and has several years of experience in mental health research including suicide prevention. She enjoys being able to put this knowledge into practice at the Child Wellbeing Centre.