Hannah is a Provisional Psychologist who has experience working in private practice, primary school and secondary school settings. She has worked with clients across the lifespan with a range of behavioural, social, emotional and learning difficulties. Hannah has experience with psychoeducational assessments, counselling, and evidence based interventions in both individual and group settings.
Hannah utilises an eclectic and family-centred approach to therapy that is responsive to the individual needs of the client. She is passionate about assisting young people to develop the skills necessary to become resilient, independent and in control of their own lives. Hannah also understands the significance of collaborating with parents and teachers to help them in supporting the young person achieve to their potential. She draws on a variety of theoretical approaches such as play therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy.
Hannah has completed a Master of Psychology (Educational and Developmental) at Monash University. She is currently undertaking a PhD in Psychology with the aim to bridge the gap between research and practice. Her research focuses on school inclusion by examining racial awareness in Australian Primary School contexts, using an educational and developmental psychology lens. Hannah hopes to develop a framework that moves towards creating sustainable inclusive educational spaces for young people from diverse backgrounds. Hannah has volunteered, worked and studied in Australia and abroad and is passionate about working with clients and families from various ethnic, cultural and linguistic backgrounds.