Hannah Green

Hannah Green (she/her)

Licensed Professional Counselor Intern

LPC Intern

Supervisor: Michelle Engblom-Deglmann, LMFT, PhD

*Currently closed to new clients until September 2021. Reach out if you need help finding a good fit- I'm happy to share referrals!*

Client Status

not accepting clients

Contact

9713154781

Telehealth

97215

At a Glance

Me

Rate: $75-$100

Provides free initial consultation

Provides telehealth services

Practicing Since: 2017

Languages: English

Services

  • Individual
  • Group

Insurances Accepted

  • Out of Pocket

My Ideal Client

You're a compassionate, driven person. You do work you believe in that matters in the world. And... you're exhausted. You're anxious. You're overwhelmed. If you keep going like this, you'll burn out- but you don't want to give up on your dreams and your values. Where do you go from here? I work with clients around issues of burn-out, compassion fatigue, and stress. My clients are my heroes- amazing humans who I deeply respect. There IS a way forward- let's find it together!

My Background and Approach

This isn’t about quick fixes like “have you tried yoga?” This is about creating a safe, supportive space for you to do deep work with lasting results. My style as a counselor is warm and compassionate, strengths-based and hopeful. I believe you are the expert on your own life, and I'm not about giving unwanted advice or trying to "fix" you. I admire the people I get to work with, and I’d be honored to support you in finding hope, balance, and purpose again. My work has included youth and family counseling in an alternative high school, support for foster families in community housing, and therapeutic groups for women experiencing homelessness. I have a Master's degree in Marriage & Family Therapy from George Fox University, and an additional certification in Adoptive & Foster Family Therapy from Portland State University. I also teach graduate-level counseling classes as an adjunct professor, which keeps me on top of current research in the field.

My Values as a Therapist

I’m a helper myself, and I know the cost of being someone who cares deeply for others. Working within flawed systems, feeling maxed out and underappreciated, or taking on the trauma and suffering of those you work with—these experiences can significantly impact your wellbeing. Here's the thing: The world needs you- but it needs you to be well. It doesn't need you exhausted, burnt out, disconnected from yourself and your loved ones. It needs people who are kind to themselves, who know their limits, and who love, rest, and play. That's where creativity and compassion grow. We are all better if you are well. I'm committed to being in support of your wellbeing- AND, being aware and attuned to the huge and pressing needs of our world. I truly believe that you can do work that matters in the world, and experience happiness, balance, and rest.

Techniques I Use

Specialties

  • Sand Tray External link

    Sand Tray therapy is an experiential intervention using miniatures and a big tray of sand. I have used it with ages 10-78, and I find that it helps people to get out of their heads and creatively explore the problem from different perspectives.

  • Narrative  External link

    Narrative therapy sees the power of the stories we believe about our lives, and explores what parts of those stories are true- and what parts need to be re-written.

  • Family Systems External link

    Even if you come to therapy as an individual, I will always have family systems in mind. We are all shaped by the people we grow up with- their identities, choices, values, and the roles we play in the family.

Issues I Treat

Specialties

  • Compassion Fatigue External link

    I am passionate about supporting folks on the front lines- those doing the hard work of caring for others in non-profits, schools, churches, and agencies. This work takes a toll, and sometimes as helpers, we're not the best at seeking help for ourselves. If you're experiencing deep tiredness, hopelessness, dread, cynicism, and a sense of futility in your work, it might be time to talk.

  • Personal Growth External link

    You're not necessarily in crisis, but a lot is going on, and there are some things that have been building and it feels like time to finally address them. Good news- you don't have to be in crisis to start counseling! You don't even have to know exactly what to work on. Come as you are, and together we can identify your hopes and goals and move towards growth.

  • Spirituality External link

    Sometimes the spiritual beliefs, communities, and values you once held just don't seem to fit anymore. Maybe you've just changed, or you were badly hurt, or you just want to explore other ways of understanding. It's my intention to create a space free of judgment, expectation, or agenda to navigate this new terrain and move towards healing, connection, and meaning that makes sense for you.

  • Anxiety External link

    Stomach churning. Palms sweating. Heart pounding. Racing thoughts. My approach to anxiety sees you as a whole person, taking into consideration your family context, life events, strengths, and hopes for the future. It can get better.

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