Dr. Hannah Moss is a Resident Counselor in Virginia and a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor in the District of Columbia. She received her Ph.D. in Counseling and Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from The George Washington University. Dr. Moss provides talk and play therapy to children, adolescents, and adults struggling with trauma, depression, and attachment.
Dr. Moss's mission is to create a space where clients feel safe exploring and processing complex personal / mental health challenges. She provides a holistic approach to support her clients' individual needs, focusing on client strengths and personal growth.
Dr. Moss's clinical experience is complemented by 8 years of academic research addressing attachment and trauma. Her dissertation examined the protective effects of sibling relationships and attachment styles for adults struggling with multiple developmental traumatic experiences. As adjunct faculty at George Washington University, Dr. Moss incorporates her knowledge of attachment and trauma into her teaching curriculum. Dr. Moss is excited to continue supporting her clients by applying her unique background and skills.
Dr. Moss is currently collecting supervised hours towards a LPC licensure in Virginia and is being supervised by Dr. Mary DeRaedt.