Hannah DeHerrera, MSW
Sometimes we just need to be met where we are at. Sometimes life gets so intense and complicated that we need someone to sit and listen and help us untangle it. Sometimes all we need is for someone to listen with unconditional positive regard and support us. Hannah aims to create safety around her person so that her clients can come as they are and heal without judgement.
Hannah focuses on person-centered therapy with an emphasis in cognitive behavioral therapy. She is most passionate about LGBTQ+ issues, being a queer woman herself. Hannah also has experience in helping people navigate anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, divorce and homelessness. She has training concerning the complicated nature of being a minority in the United States, including studying Critical Race Theory, Feminist Theory, Queer Theory, and diving into the complications of having a disability. Hannah is completing her masters in mental health social work at University of Illinois at Chicago."