Hannah Hollett, LCSW
Therapy is a place for families and individuals, especially younger children, to overcome the different challenges that they face in their lives. Hannah’s inspiration comes from helping children and families acknowledge their own intuitive capacity for healing and growth.
She trusts that children learn to understand the world, their place in the world, and their place in it through play. Through play, children are able to work on their inner feelings and emotions. Since children are not able to adequately communicate themselves in the adult world, she will often work through the lens of play therapy. This allows children the possibility to learn about self-regulation, overcoming conflict, and healing from the different trauma that they may have endured.
Hannah is committed to working with families in order to help them progress towards their goals and live life to the fullest. She creates a holistic and collaborative approach to her work by working alongside parents, caregivers, teachers, and other adults in the child’s life. She works with children and their families in a supportive and compassionate way through mindfulness, body-awareness, and authenticity. She specializes in working with younger children that have anxiety, poor social skills, trauma, anger, behavioral issues, and chaos in the home.
Master’s in Social Work, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Bachelor of Science in Psychology, High Point University
In training to become a Registered Play Therapy through Association of Play Therapy
In training to become a Certified Synergetic Play Therapist
Areas of Expertise:
- Play therapy
- Behavioral issues
- Grief and Loss
- Adoption and Foster Children