Hannah Van Dyke, Professional Counselor Associate
Hannah holds a Master’s Degree in Applied Psychological Science from Pacific University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Portland State University. Hannah’s theoretical approach is centered around Psychodynamic Theory, Family Systems Theory, and Attachment Theory. Her aim as a therapist is to empower her clients to find their own strength, power and resilience within themselves, through her empathy, compassion and guidance.
Hannah has worked with clients who are survivors of domestic violence/abuse (i.e., Narcissistic abuse), attachment trauma (i.e., C-PTSD), anxiety/depression, and substance abuse. Hannah is passionate about utilizing inner child work, meditation, mindfulness, DBT and spiritual guidance into her treatment modalities. Hannah views therapy from a trauma-informed lens and approaches healing with a holistic perspective. She is passionate about working with parents, and empowering them to look inward for solutions when managing children with disruptive behaviors. She also offers Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing EMDR therapy.
Hannah will provide Eye Movement Sensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) service as well.
Licenses and Certifications
Hannah is in the process to be registered by the Oregon Board as an Professional Counselor Associate, and is currently under the supervision of Lucrecia Suárez, LCSW