Hannah Asfeldt

Associate Clinical Mental Health Counselor

PHILOSOPHY

“I believe that every person deserves to live a life of meaning, growth, and satisfaction. Therapy provides a place for us to challenge ourselves, change our perspectives, overcome difficulties,
and heal from the many wounds we accumulate throughout life. Allowing ourselves to fully experience the messy process of healing transforms our hearts and lives in amazing and unexpected ways. My role as a therapist is to sit in the trenches of life with you, to let you know
you are not alone, and to be curious with you about what you will find on the other side on healing.

Specialties

LGBTQ+

Spiritual Issues

Neurodivergent & Spectrum Disorders

Sexual Abuse & Disorders

PTSD / Trauma / EMDR

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE

Bachelor of Psychology, Minor in Environmental Studies, UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA (2018)

 

Bachelor of International Area Studies, Minor in Spanish, UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA (2018)

Master’s of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, PRESCOTT COLLEGE (2020)

Hannah specializes in working with individuals and couples on difficulties related to trauma processing and healing, attachment and codependency, women’s issues, relationship and intimacy issues, and spiritual issues. She also specializes in working with members of the LGBTQIA+ community. She firmly believes in the importance of an embodied life and strives to help her clients recover and build a wholistic connection with their body, emotions, and spirit.

Hannah has over five years of experience working in the field of mental health, and two years of experience working as a professional therapist. During her time in college, Hannah volunteered weekly with developmentally disabled and behaviorally challenged children, elderly individuals, and veterans. She worked in a residential facility for adolescents while pursuing her Master’s
degree. Hannah completed her internship at a private practice in Luverne, MN working with community members and adolescent boys who were on court-ordered treatment through the Department of Corrections. Most recently, Hannah has worked with children and families who are facing attachment issues, behavioral difficulties, LGBTQIA+ exploration, and Covid-19 related stress.

Hannah primarily uses somatic and experiential methods with her clients. She is trained in EMDR (Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) and Brainspotting. She is also experienced in using Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness, and Expressive Arts Therapy, and frequently incorporates these into her sessions. At her core, Hannah believes in the power each individual has to create and pursue the life they want. She approaches each case from a client-centered perspective, working with the client to create a treatment plan best suited to their needs and goals.

In her leisure time, Hannah loves to explore the great outdoors- it’s even why she and her husband moved to Utah! Rock climbing, hiking, and slacklining are Hannah’s favorite ways to get outside and get moving. When she is more in the mood for relaxing, Hannah likes to knit and watch movies with her amazing rescue kitties Stella and Luna.

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