Hannah Corder, BA is excited for the opportunity to complete her graduate field placement at Personal Evolution Psychotherapy (PEP) as a Master of Social Work Intern. Hannah is supervised by Sue Boyd, LCSW, BCD and Sue is her Field Instructor. Hannah approaches therapy from a place of compassion and with a non judgmental stance. She is a warm, caring person who has a passion for working with children and teens and the LGBTQIA+ community.
Hannah is currently a graduate student at Tulane University where she is obtaining a master’s in social work. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Stage Management with minors in anthropology and sociology from Pace University NYC in 2017. Hannah is a San Diego native. She previously ran an inclusive theatre education program in town. At a young age, she was an active participant in events that support members of the ALS association in the San Diego chapter. During her time in New York City she volunteered in many after school programs in Harlem and Queens by teaching performing arts to children with various disabilities. Hannah is a member of PEP's DBT consultation team.