HANNAH HOROWITZ — Clinician and Educator, Colorado (she/her)

Location: Serving clients in Colorado, virtually and in person.
License: Colorado – LPCC.0018727
My Approach: I wholeheartedly believe that there is no “one way” to be well. To me, the best therapy emphasizes collaboration, creativity, and compassion as avenues to get curious about who we are, how we operate, and what we care about. Our work together will likely draw from a wide variety of modalities, which might include arts, somatic (body), neuroscience, contemplative, and other evidence-based modalities. I view myself as a companion and guide for people bravely exploring their own depths and wisdom. By getting to know ourselves inside, we can compassionately and wisely grow.
Specializations: Anxiety, Depression, Relationships, Complex Trauma and Attachment, Spiritual Inquiry, Death and Dying, Developmental Transitions.
About Me: I came to therapeutic work through a lifelong passion for stories. My interest in how humans make and communicate meaning has carried me to work with people of many ages and backgrounds in numerous parts of the world and has informed my work in community mental health settings, home-based therapeutic care, and private practice. In my role with BaMidbar, I am thrilled to weave together my passions of supporting youth and families, working within a community and systems framework, and empowering the innate “naturalness” of each human being. I love applying Jewish tradition to our contemporary times and locating ourselves in a rich tradition of belonging, community, ritual, and celebration of life. I call Boulder, CO home and spend my days here reading and writing, singing and dancing in community, and immersing myself in cold streams and quiet meadows.
Education and Other Training: B.A. English & Sociology, Tulane University; M.A. English, Tulane University; M.A. Clinical Counseling and Psychotherapy; Naropa University. Certified Yoga Instructor through Wild Lotus Studios; EMDR trained through Maiberger Institute; Sensorimotor for Trauma Themes Level I.