Hannah Campbell, MSW, LSW, RYT

Therapist, Yoga Teacher


Location: Eatontown (Main Office)

Hannah earned her graduate degree from Rutgers University in Masters of Social Work and is now a Licensed Social Worker. After completion of her degree, Hannah began working with co-occurring, mental health, and substance abuse adult population. Hannah specializes in bereavement, and trauma-focused care to reconnect the mind and body through the healing process. Hannah began her social work journey in completing 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 a certified behavior assistant specializing in in-home care therapy, working with children and their families in need.
Following her internship with Integrated Care Concepts & Consultation, Hannah completed her Yoga Teacher Training and is now a Registered Yoga Teacher. Hannah’s inspiration for integrating yoga into her social work practice came from her own personal journey where she experienced the benefits of breath work, gentle and restorative movement, and yoga nidra as a way to heal the mind and reconnect with the body. The empowerment she found within yoga practices has fostered a desire to help those experiencing trauma and find growth. This desire was deepened by both her personal and professional experiences, and she is eager to follow this journey as a student and a teacher to further grow.
Hannah’s passions for yoga, mindfulness, and meditation align with her holistic and integrative therapy approach. Her favorite poem by Mary Oliver best represents her growth and opportunity to live in this moment.
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,
that kept you company
as you strode deeper and deeper
into the world,
determined to do
the only thing you could do…”