Hannah Croft, L.M.S.W.
I’m grateful you’re here. Taking the steps to invest in yourself is some of the hardest but most important work that you can do. Through therapy, we get what I like to call an “unbiased third party”, someone who is there to listen, support and help in building the foundation for the life that you want or want for your loved one. I’ll meet you where you are, listen without judgment and work together on achieving your goals.
My experience includes treatment with; residential substance use and mental health, community mental health, and judicial accountability courts. I received my B.S. in Psychology from the University of North Georgia and my Master of Social Work degree from Louisiana State University. I am certified as a yoga teacher from the Asheville Yoga Center. I utilize a variety of techniques to address thinking, feeling and behaviors as well as environmental influences.
I work from a culturally competent & trauma-informed foundation to ensure acceptance and integrity. I believe that we all could use someone to talk to and I’m looking forward to being a part of your journey.
Clinical supervisor: Brad Hieger, Ph.D.