Hannah Schwartz, Psychotherapist

Hannah specializes in working with children, adolescents, and young adults with concerns related to trauma, family conflict, grief, ADHD, depression, anxiety, and self-esteem. Hannah has experience working with clients from a diverse array of identities and backgrounds.

Hannah’s approach is nonjudgmental, fun, collaborative, empathetic, and honest. She views the therapeutic relationship as a central component, building a trusting and safe connection with her clients that is adaptable, flexible, and collaborative. Working from a trauma-informed lens, Hannah uses an integrative approach that draws from psychodynamic, attachment-based, cognitive behavioral, person-centered and led, and solution-focused modalities. 

Hannah obtained her master’s degree in social work with a focus on crisis and trauma from Tel Aviv University in Israel. During her first internship, she worked with refugees and their young children experiencing crisis and trauma. Her second internship included working with the juvenile justice system teaching anger management classes for children and their parents. After graduating, she worked in a non-secure residential treatment center for adolescents through Family Court and the Juvenile Justice System. Where she provided individual, family, parent, and group therapy, crisis intervention, and case management. Prior to joining the Healthy Foundations Group, Hannah worked with children, adolescents, and adults impacted by complex trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression, oppositional defiant disorder, and ADHD.

Hannah is originally from Rochester, NY but has lived internationally in Italy and Israel, and enjoys backpacking around the world. Hannah likes to spend time with her friends and family. She loves playing volleyball, cooking, and spending time outside.