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Hannah Asis

Mental Health Practitioner and Doctoral Practicum Trainee

Hannah’s priority is to ensure her clients feel heard and understood. As a person-centered practitioner, she maintains unconditional positive regard for her clients. She believes that all behaviors, thoughts, and feelings serve a purpose in helping individuals cope and survive. Therefore, she does not judge these experiences. Instead, she tries to discover, alongside the client, why their tendencies emerged in the first place. Self-acceptance can flourish by investigating the “why” behind beliefs and actions. Hannah strives to help clients befriend themselves and, as a result, develop strong connections, build meaningful lives, and overcome barriers. Hannah employs an eclectic approach, integrating modalities such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Attachment Theory, and Personality-Based Interventions.

Hannah is a Doctoral Practicum Trainee in her 2nd year of the Clinical Science and Psychopathology Research Ph.D. program at the University of Minnesota. She obtained her B.S. in Public Health from the University of North Texas and a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Psychology from the University of California, Berkeley. Prior to seeking her Ph.D., Hannah served as a Research Assistant at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence.

Under the supervision of Dr. Brent Haagenson, PsyD, LP, Hannah sees clients at the University Ave location.