Drawing from a blend of narrative therapy, cognitive behaviour therapy, phenomenological, and trauma-informed approaches, Hannah, a student art psychotherapist, brings a holistic healing perspective to her practice. Complementing her studies, she holds certifications as an Adult Mental Health First Aider in both Canada and the United States, as well as a Youth Mental Health First Aider in the U.S. Actively engaged as a mental health ambassador and Mandarin hotline responder at Mental Health Mutual-aid Hub Canada, Hannah is dedicated to supporting diverse communities. With six years of experience in the mental health field and ongoing practicum work at Richmond Mental Health, she has honed her skills in providing compassionate care. During her undergraduate years at the University of British Columbia, she participated in a pre-medical volunteer program in Ecuador, an experience that sparked her interest in the health field. Immersing herself in diverse experiences, Hannah spent eight months on the Big Island of Hawaii with the USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (HVO), monitoring volcanoes and building geodatabases. This immersion in nature fostered her creativity and intuition, leading her to venture into the art therapy field. Passionate about various forms of expression, including drawing, painting, singing, dancing, running, yoga, forest bathing, hiking, skiing, and bird watching, Hannah sees herself as a fellow traveller accompanying her clients on their journeys toward recovery.