Introducing our newest clinician!

Introducing our newest clinician Hannah Kleese, MA, AT. Now accepting new clients. Hannah specializes in art therapy and utilizes meditation, various art mediums, and writing in her work with clients. Areas that Hannah has worked with include clients that struggle with PTSD, depression, life transitions, grief/loss, anger management, codependency, Anxiety, Autism, and dual diagnosis. Hannah uses a strength-based approach and is supportive of each individuals specialized needs towards healing.

Read her profile below to find out more!

Hannah Kleese MAprofilpic-adjusted, AT

Email Hannah

Direct Line: (651) 318-0109 ext #702

Fax: (651) 344-5015

Hannah brings warmth and compassion to a therapeutic process that promotes a cooperative journey between client and therapist. Hannah believes that clients have the capacity to be the master of their own experience. She creates an environment that supports everyone’s unique quest for healing and balance.

Hannah uses a blended approach that includes visual art, writing, meditation, and talk therapy. Through self understanding and a strength-based approach Hannah will assist to unearth personal strengths in order to find coping strategies for outside of therapy. She welcomes adults, adolescents, and children from all walks of like to come and see if her approach is a good fit for the therapeutic process that they seek.

Hannah received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Printmaking, Papermaking, and Bookmaking from The Minneapolis College of Art and Design and a dual Masters of Arts degree in Art Therapy and Clinical Counseling from Southwestern College in Santa Fe, NM. Hannah is currently working towards her licensure as a Licensed Clinical Counselor (LPCC) and a registered Art Therapist (ATR).

Profile can also be found at our website

 

 

 

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