Hannah Carter

Clinical Intern


Hi, I'm Hannah

I am a Master’s in Social Work candidate at Columbia University. I am a second year student specializing in Advanced Clinical Practice. I received a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of San Diego. 

A few words about me

I believe that  the most courageous thing we can do is explore and become our true selves. My aim is to create a safe space where we can allow the body’s intuitive voice and inner guidance to be heard, and where we can break free from trauma, patterns, and limiting belief systems that hold us back from our most joyful, purposeful, and aligned life. 

I use a system’s based lens to offer a trauma-informed, anti-oppressive approach to support you in connecting with your inner world and transform your life in a positive and meaningful way. I draw from a variety of modalities including Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Internal Family System (IFS), mindfulness, and somatic therapy to help you cultivate your relationship with your intuition and claim your innate power. 

You are the expert on your life and your experiences, and know best what works and doesn’t work for you. I encourage client input and feedback in our sessions and hope to work as a curious thought partner and collaborator during our time together. 

Why I became a psychotherapist?

While pain is inevitable, suffering is not. I have always been called to healing spaces, and have spent my life exploring various paths to healing. I minored in Buddhist Studies in undergrad, completed my 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in 2016, and have trained in and facilitated psychedelic integration. Everyone’s healing journey looks different, and I aim to create a warm, nonjudgmental space to support you in stepping into your voice and exploring your authentic expression. I am committed to holding space for others’ healing journeys, and look forward to supporting you in your journey to sovereignty, embodiment, wholeness, and liberation. 

Professional Affiliations

Post Graduate Training

Attachment-Focused EMDR:Healing Relational Trauma & Adults Abused in Childhood

Psychedelic Therapy and Integration

Hannah's Expertise

We value training, skill, authenticity and you!

Psychedelic Integration
Somatic Work

Chamin Ajjan Psychotherapy is proud to be the Brooklyn, NY regional clinic with The National Social Anxiety Center (NSAC). NSAC was established with the intent of making the highest quality, evidence-based psychotherapy services to treat social anxiety available to those in need. We aim to do this through research, collaboration, dissemination to clinicians and educating the public. Visit NSAC here  for more information.

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