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Hannah Feehery

Therapist, Support Group Facilitator, Intake Coordinator

Hannah Feehery received her master’s degree in School and Mental Health Counseling from the University of Pennsylvania, along with a dual bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Dance from Goucher College. Hannah is a National Certified Counselor (NCC) and a suicide bereavement trained clinician with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP). She is actively working towards her Licensure in Professional Counseling (LPC) through the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as well as her Certification in Thanatology (CT) through the Association for Death Education and Counseling (ADEC).

Hannah has served in a variety of therapeutic roles throughout her career, including work with the autism population through the CREATE program at Child Guidance Resource Centers. This program helps clients with autism work in groups to learn social, emotional, and communication skills to foster relational growth. Hannah has also worked individually with children of all ages and their families going through grief/loss, depression, anxiety, trauma, among many other experiences, in the outpatient services at Child Guidance. Through these educational and professional experiences, Hannah has honed in on her client-centered approach to therapy by creating a warm, welcoming, and safe space for individuals to heal through the telling of their unique stories. Hannah also meets clients from a family systems approach and focuses on attachment relationships in her work with individuals and families when appropriate.

Hannah serves the Center’s clients as a grief therapist as well as a group facilitator in the Nello’s Corner and Camp Millie programs.  As the Center’s Intake Coordinator, Hannah is active in the supporting people as they assess their needs and fit within our programming options.  Finding support for grief when faced with profound loss in her own life inspired Hannah to serve in this field, and has cultivated her passion to be fully and empathically present for those turning to help at the Center.

If you are interested in information about our services or would like to make an appointment with Hannah, contact Hannah at 610-622-4110 x. 127 or by email at


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