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Hannah Prativa Spielberg

MSW, LSW, CYT
Psychotherapist

As someone of multicultural and multigenerational family and community, I am drawn to connecting with people across different lived experiences. This foundation informs the empathy, solidarity, and humility that orients me to support people in living their truth, accessing wellbeing, and loving themselves and others. If you struggle with boxes that society tries to put around you due to your identities, I am here to see you in all your wholeness. By unraveling the burden of these expectations in therapy, we can practice ways to increase comfort in your body, navigate stressful situations, and strengthen your relationships.

I have supported people impacted by institutional and interpersonal harm and loss for over a decade. These root wounds may lead to numbness, panic, anxiety, suicidality, substance use, and additional suffering that we can work together to release and heal.

I continually learn from the people I work with and will honor your process and inner wisdom. Your reach out to begin a therapeutic relationship is an offering of trust I take seriously. In our time together, I will work to support you to feel and channel your strength to make changes toward living the full life you imagine and deserve.

pronouns: she/they
email: hannahps@walnutpsychotherapycenter.com

Education and Training

Master of Social Work • University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy & Practice  

BA • Psychology • Middlebury College

CYT • Lourdes Institute of Wholistic Studies

Areas of Specialization

 

Anxiety, mood disorders, depression, racial stress or identity, trauma and PTSD, youth and young adults, gun violence, incarceration, foster care, immigration, relational harm and healing, interracial and intergenerational relationships, grief, mixed race experiences, sexual identity, issues facing caregivers and activists, workplace or academic stress and discrimination, medical trauma, chronic illness/pain management

Theoretical Orientation

  • Relational-cultural

  • Transformative justice

  • Strengths-based

  • Somatic

  • Parts work

  • Insight-oriented

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