Dr Hannah Young

M.A. (Hons), MSc, PhD, CPsychol, CSAccred

As a Psychotherapist, Hannah draws upon her training in a variety of approaches to enhance psychoeducation and therapeutic engagement for clients.  


Training with Dr Bruce Perry (Neurosequential Model), Dr Janina Fisher and Deirdre Faye developed Hannah's attachment-informed practice.  In addition, The Comprehensive Resource Model with Lisa Schwarz built upon the establishment of internal resources prior to trauma processing. Dr Peter Levine's (Somatic Experiencing) trainings contributed to her knowledge of physiology in trauma and treatment.  She has also trained in Deep Brain Reorienting with Dr Frank Corrigan and now developing an expertise in the approach. 

Contributing a number of academic publications to the field of mental health and disability, she has presented nationally and internationally, delivering training to educators and practitioners.

Hannah is a Registered Member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy, and Chartered Member of the British Psychological Society.  She is also a BPS Accredited Clinical Supervisor.