Innovative Mind-Body Medicine: One Breath at a Time
Hannah is Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) in the state of Massachusetts & has a M.S. Degree in Counseling from Northeastern University with a concentration in clinical health psychology. She also holds duel bachelor degrees from the Pennsylvania State University in bioevolutionary psychology & visual art. She is a certified mind-body medicine instructor granted by the Benson-Henry Institute at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA.
Hannah has been a full-time behavioral health clinician within the Mass General Brigham system at Newton-Wellesley Hospital within primary care. While there, she won the Patient Care Award in Innovation. Currently, she works full time at primary care practices at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Brookline, MA. She’s also held clinical positions at The Kennedy Krieger Institute (a Johns Hopkins Hospital affiliate in Baltimore, MD), the Boston Institute of Psychotherapy in Brookline, MA, and Mount Auburn Hospital's Marino Center for Integrative Health in Cambridge, MA.
Hannah has also participated in past clinical research concerning mind-body medicine at the following institutions; Harvard University, Dana Farber Cancer Center, & Penn State University. She was also granted a stipend from the American Heart Association in 2013 to explore the impact of social support on White Coat Hypertension.
With Hannah, you will learn tools you can use for brief stress management in your daily lives such as breathing exercises, ways to reduce negative automatic thoughts, & body relaxation techniques. Hannah uses guided mindfulness meditation, group discussion, and encourages home practice to empower participants to take an active role in managing their health and wellbeing.
She has taught and helped design SMART curriculums in multiple settings including; senior centers, primary care offices, and within the hospital itself to help combat physician burnout.
Come enjoy a feeling of calm and peacefulness within a class setting!