Hannah Alderete, M.A., MFTI
Hannah Alderete, M.A., MFTI
|Professions: Counselor, Marriage & Family Therapist, Mental Health Counselor|
|License Status: I'm a therapist practicing under supervision|
|Supervisor: Dr. Jennifer Stinson|
|Primary Credential: Marriage and Family Therapist Intern - 100001|
|Secondary Credential: LMFTA - MG60695637|
Billing and Insurance
I do not work with insurance companies
Fees: It's important for you to feel a connection with me, so I offer a free 15 minute phone consultation for you to get a sense of how I work.
Currently I do not take insurance. My regular fee for couples counseling $150 an hour and $100 for individuals. I accept credit card, check, or cash.
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I help couples come together with love, respect, and mutual understanding. So often what happens in couples is that one person feels disconnected, isolated, and deprived of emotional connection, while the other person interprets those feelings as attacks on them and as a result feels less inclined to provide that emotional connection. If you are in a relationship that is suffering in this way or another, you're not alone and help is here.
Going to couples counseling is investing in yourself, your relationship, and your ongoing happiness. I work side by side with you and your partner(s) whether you are in: monogamous, polyamorous, open-relationships, married couples, domestic partnerships, or cohabitant relationships.
I am LGBTQAI positive and would love to meet with you and your partner(s) to talk about rebuilding your relationship. I also help couples who are unsure if they want to stay together, but are willing to look at how they might reconnect or separate peacefully.
Email or Call Hannah Alderete, M.A., MFTI at 1-800-651-8085 ext. 34056
More Info About My Practice
I also help highly sensitive individual adult women and men who struggle with feelings of intense anxiety, the inability to assert themselves, and feelings of sadness and depression. I love helping highly sensitive individuals work on establishing healthy boundaries for themselves, learning that being assertive does not equal being mean or aggressive, and that uncomfortable feelings are not to be feared. You possess a very high level of empathy and sometimes that empathy can completely take you out of yourself and into the lives of others. You will learn to temper that and discover how to be both empathic and true to yourself.
What I Love about Being a Psychotherapist
I love walking the path of self-discovery with people. I feel so at home in being with someone who is working out an issue in their life and truly feel inspired by the individuals I work with.
From my experience as a therapist, no one person has it all together and most people have something they're struggling with. There is no right or wrong way of being, we just are experiencing life as it happens.
I love being a therapist because I get to witness wonderful transformations in people. I feel so empowered by the individuals I treat and am constantly in awe of the challenges that are overcome and the inner wisdom that is discovered.
Why Going to Therapy Does Not Mean You are Weak or Flawed
Going to therapy does not mean you are weak or flawed. I cannot repeat that enough. Therapy is merely an invitation to know yourself more fully.
We all benefit from taking the time to talk with another person in a meaningful way. Therapy is simply another tool of taking care of yourself, improving your relationships with others, and gaining a deeper understanding of who you are.
Services I Provide
- Family Therapy
- Individual Therapy & Counseling
- Marriage, Couples, or Relationship Counseling
- Online Counseling / Phone Therapy
Ages I Work With
Groups I Work With
Anxiety Disorders, Eating Disorders, Addictions, Body Dysmorphia, Couples
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