Being the Clinical Director at Adagio House feels like a position that my experiences in life have converged and led me toward. I have spent a number of years both in Harrisonburg and abroad working with communities of people of all abilities and ages. Community-oriented living and work is very important to me and how I believe we grow, heal, and find creativity. I have my Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Eastern Mennonite University and am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and registered supervisor in Virginia.
I work in a body-based, trauma-oriented way and believe that through relationships, both with others and ourselves, we can find healing and growth and see shifts happen in our lives. I love using expressive arts, play therapy, body and emotion awareness, and energy healing techniques in therapy. I have been living in Harrisonburg for over 10 years and love the beauty and community that the valley provides. I enjoy being outside, gardening, doing yoga, dancing, and goofing off with my husband and three kids.
Hannah offers counseling services in-person and via Telehealth.