Hannah Su Hepler
Hannah Su Hepler, M.A.
Asking for help can be challenging yet empowering. Getting help comes in many forms and therapy is one of them. Through sessions together I hope that you will learn to feel more confident in yourself and be able to use the strategies and tools learned in session in your everyday life. I believe that feeling connected to your counselor is at the core of transformative work. Counseling is collaborative. I will work with you and meet you where you are in your process of change. I firmly believe in a person’s individualized capabilities and the power of choice. My goal is to help you thrive and develop the skills to handle challenges that life brings. I approach counseling through Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Person centered, and Choice therapy. I want every person to feel empowered in the choices they can control and have a goal setting mindset so we can do productive work together! One of my old mentors once said “become comfortable with the uncomfortable” and what better way to start than in a safe, supportive environment!
I have worked with college age individuals from my 6+ years working in higher education. During my undergraduate I was a Resident Educator (RE) for two years at Point Park University where I oversaw and mentored 35+ first year residents as they transitioned and navigated university. My Bachelor of Arts in Psychology is from Point Park University. I have my Master of Arts in College Counseling from Slippery Rock University and I counseled students at Slippery Rock University in the Student Counseling Center on a variety of presenting problems. I currently work in the Office of Career Development at Chatham University where I see undergraduate and graduate students for career-related goals and needs. Additionally, I supervise the undergraduate student workers in the office promoting their professional and personal growth through adaptive leadership and intentional and attainable goal setting.
- Career counseling
- Stress management
- Coping with life transitions
- Work-life balance
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