Hello! I am a queer, cisfemale, bilingual German-American Associate Marriage and Family Therapist. In session, I use a narrative frame to collaboratively learn about your history. My style has been described as warm, high-energy, and sensitive. I have experience working with a wide range of ages from young people through older adults. I am comfortable working with people who are neurodiverse as well as those who are interested in exploring gender identities. As a clinician, I continually learn about the impact of my privileged identities and how to communicate in ways that do not reinforce systems of oppression.
In the past, I have worked in Crisis Support Services, answering calls for the Suicide Hotline, facilitating groups on grief and surviving suicide. I have training in evidence-based treatments and trauma-informed care. At Next Steps Neuropsychology we collaboratively tailor treatment goals using neuropsychology and rehabilitation psychology to build from each client’s unique strengths.
As a person with a lifelong, non-apparent disability, I am honored to normalize and support your experience. In my free time, I enjoy many artistic and outdoorsy pursuits. My current hyper-fixations are fancy goldfish and comic books.
Masters of Arts, Clinical Psychology – The Wright Institute
Bachelor of Arts, Art and Anthropology – Earlham College
Hannah Plowright, MA
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K Wortman, PhD
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