As a Neurocognitive Services Clinical Administrator, Hannah works closely with psychology, medical, and clinical staff across Caron Pennsylvania’s campus to provide individualized qEEG-guided neurofeedback to patients.
Additionally, Hannah regularly speaks with patients’ family members to provide them with information regarding their loved one’s brain data and progress updates throughout their treatment.
She joined Caron's team in March 2016 as a counselor assistant, motivated by her passion to help those suffering from the disease of addiction. Her interest in studying how the combination of mental health and addiction affects an individual’s behavior and cognition led to a move into the Neurocognitive Services Department in February 2018 as a neurofeedback technician. Shortly after joining the department, she was promoted into a lead role as the department’s clinical administrator.
Hannah is a licensed social worker with a Master of Science in social work from Kutztown University. She has a Bachelor of Science in public health from Syracuse University, with a minor in addiction studies.