Hannah H. Moss, MA, NCC, is a third year doctoral student in counseling at The George Washington University, and Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor in Washington, DC. Her academic background includes a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from James Madison University, and a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from George Washington University. During her Master’s clinical internship, Hannah provided counseling to adolescents with trauma, as well as adults with anxiety and depression.
Hannah is extremely passionate about her research on attachment. During her undergraduate career, Dr. Anne Stewart mentored and trained Hannah in coding the Marschak Interaction Method examining attachment relationships. Hannah continued her research on attachment during her Master’s degree and into her ongoing doctoral studies. Additionally, she has incorporated her knowledge of attachment and trauma into her teaching curriculum and general counseling approach. Hannah is excited to continue learning and to apply her unique background and skills supporting the clients she will work with at Gil Institute.