Dr Hannah Young

As a Psychotherapist, Hannah draws upon her training in a variety of approaches to enhance psychoeducation and therapeutic engagement for clients.  She has trained in Deep Brain Reorienting for the treatment of trauma and is developing an expertise in the approach.  Hannah is committed to finding sensitive and effective ways of working.

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


Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Thesis: Reflections on experiences of loss in people with profound learning disabilities: promoting sensory therapeutic practice

University of Dundee

MSc, Counselling & Psychotherapy

Thesis: Therapeutic alliance ruptures and symptom severity 

in emotion-focused therapy for social anxiety

University of Strathclyde

M.A. (First Class with Hons), Psychology

University of Dundee

Additional Psychotherapy Training

Accreditation in Clinical Supervision

British Psychological Society Approved


How the Body Releases Trauma and Restores Goodness

with Dr Peter Levine (2020)


Healing Broken Bonds:

The Consequences of Traumatic Attachment

and various other workshops

with Dr Janina Fisher (2020)

Deep Brain Reorienting

with Dr Frank Corrigan (2020)

Comprehensive Resource Model

with Lisa Schwarz (2017)

Attachment and Healing Broken Hearts

with Deirdre Faye (2014)

Play, Acceptance, Care and Empathy

with Dr Dan Hughes

Neurosequential Model of Education

with Dr Bruce Perry (2013)


 - Chartered Psychologist, British Psychological Society

 - Registered Member, British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy