Meet Hannah

Hannah

HANNAH PAYNE, EDS

Adults, Couples, Engaged Couples, LGBTIQ, Married Couples, Individuals, Multicultural, Teens/Tweens, Young Adults, Addiction, Anxiety, Codependency, Depression, Grief & Loss, LGBTIQ Issues, Life Adjustment Issues, Mood Disorders, Panic Disorder, Personal Growth, Professionals/Career, Relationship Issues, Relationship Roadblocks, Relationship Issues, Relationship Roadblocks, Religion, Shame, Self Esteem, Self Worth, Stress Management, and Trauma & PTSD

Location: Naperville

Hannah is a client-centered therapist who has experience with addiction, sexual assault, trauma, and severe mental illness. She is passionate about helping clients find strength after experiencing adversity. Additionally, she enjoys working with couples, helping individuals who are struggling with relationship issues, and giving a space for people who simply want to learn more about themselves and grow.

Hannah believes that our childhood experiences and relationships greatly shape who we are and the way we think. She also believes that understanding our past gives us a complete picture of our present and allows us to create the change we want to see in our future. Hannah works to foster a therapeutic relationship that creates a safe space for these experiences to be explored and understood.

In session, Hannah focuses on empowerment, self-discovery, and adjusting to change. She enjoys working with clients who are willing to be vulnerable and motivated to transform. Specifically, Hannah is looking to help clients change their inner dialogues to create a more positive and meaningful understanding of self and the world around them.

Hannah can accept clients with the following insurance plans: BCBS PPO, Optum/UBH, & Aetna. Hannah can also accept all self-pay clients.

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