Hannah Fabiszewski, LMSW, is a licensed social worker. Hannah graduated from Dickinson College with a B.A. in Philosophy, and she later earned her Masters in Social Work from The University of Pennsylvania with a clinical focus on mental health. Hannah has studied a range of therapy modalities and completed formal training for both Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.
Before joining The Bethesda Group, Hannah was an individual, outpatient therapist at The Council for Relationships in Philadelphia where she worked with a diverse client population. Hannah has extensive experience working with and mentoring adolescents and young adults in both clinical and non-clinical settings. She has a particular knack for establishing a strong rapport and trust with clients in this age group.
Hannah’s approach centers on her commitment to DBT and her genuine, collaborative, and warm relationships with her clients. She is passionate about DBT because it is an evidence-based treatment that is practical, effective, and helps clients build a life worth living. She believes in working within the framework of DBT in order to adapt to each individual client’s particular needs and goals. She also takes the time to understand her clients in the context of their social environments in order to help them experience changes in all areas of their lives.