Hannah is the Clinical Director of Greenpoint Psychotherapy and is not currently taking new clients while managing the practice. They are a kind, compassionate, and supportive clinician who works with individuals, couples, and families. They specialize in supporting people in their exploration and understanding of gender and sexuality, and those who experience neurodiversity, including Autism and ADHD. They excel at helping people to address struggles with anxiety, depression, anger, trauma, grief and loss. Hannah believes that therapy is an incredible resource to obtain support with personal journeys, including life transition, anti-racism work, exploration of gender and sexuality, and fat liberation.
Hannah uses an empathetic, collaborative, healing, and person-centered approach. They use mindfulness strategies, internal family systems (or “parts” work), and narrative therapies, along with many other interventions. They practice from the viewpoint that each person should be allowed to name, and claim, their own experience. Overall, they believe that reaching out for help is an act of compassion both for ourselves and those around us.
Hannah also utilizes their years of experience and clinical expertise to oversee hiring and on-boarding for the practice as the Clinical Director. In this role, they also support the founder and CEO Augusta Gordon in guiding the practice’s clinical growth and development.