Hannah Hahn is an experienced clinical psychologist in New York City who specializes with depression, creative artists, fertility, pregnancy, and new motherhood. She has also worked with attorneys for many years, helping them balance personal and professional life while coping with work stress. She often sees couples, as well as people coping with anxiety and relationship issues.
Clients often come to her when they’re feeling overwhelmed or lost in finding the next steps on their personal or professional paths. This could be due to a major life adjustment, such as getting married or becoming a parent for the first time. Or it could result from a gradual onset of anxiety or depression.
Her style in sessions is warm, open-ended, and insightful. Her approach is grounded in psychodynamic therapy, which allows her to help clients identify individual patterns and develop lasting self-awareness. She can also work supportively, helping clients regulate negative thinking in order to best cope with life stressors and challenges.
Her office is located in Midtown Manhattan, near Carnegie Hall and Central Park, where she welcomes adults across the lifespan, as well as college students. She looks forward to meeting you.
Working with attorneys - Helping you develop a more fulfilling personal life. Helping you cope with intense work pressures or doubts about remaining in the legal field. Working through psychological issues in order to increase work effectiveness
Creative artists - Working through creative blocks; discovering your artistic voice. Balancing your artistic pursuits with a day job. Understanding your own creative process
Fertility - Helping individuals and couples grappling with fertility and pregnancy loss. Coping with self-esteem, envy, anger, and depression. Assisting couples with the inevitable conflict and choices which accompany fertility issues and providing support with decision making
Pregnancy - Helping you negotiate the anxieties which may accompany pregnancy and think though the imminent changes that an approaching birth brings
New mothers - Coping with feeling overwhelmed by new motherhood and with changes in your sense of yourself. Helping you to balance your work life with motherhood
Postpartum depression - Helping you with the persistent feelings of sadness, low energy, anxiety, and irritability--as well as changes in sleeping and eating patterns--which sometimes follow birth. Guiding you in finding support from others and time for yourself
Depression - Understanding better the causes of your own depression so that you can more quickly recover from feelings such as sadness, hopelessness, and irritability--as well as the low energy, loss of pleasure, and sleep disturbances that you may be suffering from. Helping you to find your own voice and be more assertive
Anxiety - Helping you to understand the sources of your worry, nervousness, or stress, and to cope with intense anxiety or panic
Couples therapy - Helping you to understand the dynamics of communication patterns with one another so that you can better support one another
Hannah Hahn is accepting clients paying listed fees or using health insurance out-of-network benefits other than:
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This provider can support you in getting reimbursement from your insurance company if you are seeking out-of-network reimbursement. Here are the out-of-network billing options they provide:
Dr. Hahn is not currently accepting insurance.
Private practice, 1997 - Present
Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy, 1991 - 1997
Teachers College at Columbia University Counseling Center, 1986 - 1989
Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy, Certification in Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 1997
Columbia University, PhD, 1995
Harvard University, EdM in Counseling Psychology, 1983
Barnard College, BA, 1976