Hannah earned her undergraduate degree from Montclair State University in Social Services and Child Life Specialist. During her time there, she studied social work practice and working with hospitalized children. Following the completion of her degree, she worked with children suffering from acute medical disorders, mental health in an emergency and residential setting, adolescent males in treatment homes, and therapeutic play within the pediatric hospital setting. She is now continuing her education at Rutgers University, pursuing her graduate degree in Social Work. She is a certified behavior assistant specializing in in-home care therapy, working with children and their families in need.
Hannah has a strong passion for working with children and their families and aligns herself with a therapeutic play and holistic approach.
Hannah will be interning with Integrated Care Concepts during her Master’s program along with working for the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp, a camp for children suffering from cancer and/or blood disorders, as part of their hospital outreach program.
Hannah’s favorite poem:
Journey by Mary Oliver,
“…But little by little, as you left their voices behind,
the stars began to burn
through the sheets of clouds,
and there was a new voice
which you slowly
recognized as your own,…”