Hannah is a Brooklyn-based licensed clinical social worker who is passionate about supporting others in healing and growth through integrative psychotherapy and mind-body work. She offers trauma-focused psychotherapy to children, adolescents and adults with a strong emphasis on an integrative approach towards wellbeing. 


Work with Children and Families

Hannah is committed to building a well-rounded understanding of child development and family systems, working with children and families from a diverse range of cultural backgrounds.

As a children’s yoga and mindfulness teacher, she works to help young people use their bodies and minds as tools to navigate their own experience of the world with curiosity and compassion. Having always honored a holistic lens towards wellbeing, she is deeply passionate about supporting children in establishing a positive connection to their bodies and feeling empowered by their minds.


Testimonials

"I'm so excited that Hannah has launched these workshops! Bringing yoga + mindfulness classes to children – yes please! She is always one of the most sought out and valued instructors at Curious Jane – she is fabulous! With enthusiasm, I recommend any endeavor she undertakes."

-Samantha from

Hannah’s professional development workshop on incorporating yoga and mindfulness into trauma-focused psychotherapy with children and adolescents was a huge success. The clinicians were enlightened and inspired. Her presentation was an engaging opportunity for the clinicians to enhance and expand their understanding of the increasingly important role yoga and especially mindfulness play in mental health care.

JoAnn Rypl, Chief of Service at the 

Publications 

Featured on Parent.co on simple ways to incorporate mindfulness into your child's routine. Read more here 


Education + Certifications:

Little Flower Yoga Certification in Yoga and Mindfulness for Children

Master's in Clinical Social Work, New York University

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, University of Vermont