The journey of counseling isn’t always a steep climb to a destined summit, it can also
be repeated hills and valleys on a continuous journey through life.
Hannah Martin is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. She completed her Master’s Degree in Multicultural Counseling at San Diego State University.
I work mainly with individuals, ages ranging from 5 years of age to adults. I specialize in teenagers and adults. My focus is a humanistic, cognitive, and psychoanalytic approach to counseling. My practice includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, and Gestalt Therapy while incorporating a feminist, multicultural and trauma-informed lens.
I’ve had a passion for facilitation early on when working in Higher Education Affairs and spent my undergraduate degree learning about the societal systems that affect us as individuals through Sociology. I continued into my journey as a Resident Director and then eventually pursued counseling through a Social Justice framework. I’m trained in Trauma Informed Multicultural Competency and I am driven by not only what a person is experiencing within, but by discovering and acknowledging what outside factors are impacting as well. Together you and I will work towards what’s serving you and what isn’t, we’ll build goals together of what you would like to see from your counseling space. Our pace is what you decide, my goal is to help work towards feeling, coping, and resilience in a judgment-free environment. I work with many mental health concerns. My specialties include anxiety, depression, life adjustments, self-esteem, and coping skills.
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