Hannah Colbert is a clinical therapist providing low cost therapy in our South Hills location. Hannah’s treatment modalities include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma-Informed Care, Motivational Interviewing, and Solution-Focused-Counseling. She has worked with clients with a broad range of mood disorders, as well as anxiety, depression, and substance use. Hannah looks for client feedback to provide the best therapeutic approach based on the individuals strengths and goals.
Hannah’s clients range from children and families to individuals/adults. She has worked with individuals experiencing crisis situations as well as individuals who just feel they need someone to talk to without judgement. The main goal in therapy is to help clients feel safe and whole as well as find confidence in their own abilities and gain insight to help them work through anything that may come their way. When working specifically with children, Hannah understands the importance of ensuring that her clients are comfortable but also engaged by using play and art therapies.
Education & Experience
Hannah has diverse education and experience that includes a Master and Bachelor degree in Social Work from Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida. Immediately after graduating with their Bachelor degree they began working with children and families as a case manager with children in the foster care system. Upon graduation with their Master degree they have now been working for several years as a therapist, mainly working with children and families.
Hannah has worked with drug and alcohol dependence in a residential treatment facility where she provided support and counseling to adults in an individual and group setting. Hannah has also worked in a community-based setting where she saw individuals and families within the comfort of their home or a public setting. Hannah has also worked with individuals within the court system in which services were mandated as well as individuals who sought out therapy services.
She also has experience working with individuals who have experienced domestic violence situations, where she helped the individual build back their self esteem and self worth. Hannah helps her clients build confidence by using mindfulness techniques and doing ego work. The key component for success in a therapeutic relationship is mutual respect and honesty. This overlaps in Hannah’s personal life and practice as she strives to do all things with patience, love, and understanding as we are all human beings searching to heal our wounds and childhood traumas.
How to Get Started
Hannah provides in-person therapy at our South Hills location as well as Online Therapy. You can reach us at 412-322-2129 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get started. Or contact us here.