Hannah graduated from California State University, Northridge with a Bachelors degree in Psychology. She is currently attending graduate school at Alliant International University to earn her Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. Hannah has worked with children, as well as young adults, on the Autism Spectrum by using Applied Behavior Analysis and has worked with troubled teens in residential settings since 2010.
Hannah knows first hand how it feels to be in treatment and the growth that can take place. She believes that everyone is capable of being their best self and it may be more difficult for some to find their place in life. Those that are willing to ask for help are the strongest. To be lucky enough to be a part of the progress and change in these individuals lives is what gives her the most fulfilling feeling.