Hannah JV Dudley, MS, LMFT
Preferred Name: Hannah (Hawn-uh)
My clients will learn to accept themselves for who they are, recognize the sources of their pain, gain awareness of their patterns, and learn tools to change the cycles that aren’t working for them. Truly integrative in my approach, you can expect a range of techniques and tools. I can be described as down-to-earth, intuitive, and organized. Clients have provided feedback that I have a unique knack at being real, honest, and personable in my connection with them. Working with me, you will explore and examine at a profound degree, while knowing you have someone invested in a collaborative approach, and you’ll probably laugh more than expected.
Education & Experience
I received my MS in Human Development & Family Studies (with specialization in Marriage & Family Therapy) from Colorado State University in 2009. Following graduation, I worked for 2 years providing intensive in-home family therapy with Jefferson Center for Mental Health, then 4 years at Judi’s House, a highly respected bereavement center for children and their families in Denver, CO, serving as a Grief Counselor & Internship Training Manager. I completed EMDR basic training in April 2020 and earned Certification in May 2022. My informal/life credentials include growing up in a small town, witnessing a variety of death losses (from friends to grandparents to beloved pets), a 15 year (& counting) romantic relationship, and a long infertility journey that resulted in facing a future of Childless Not By Choice.
Professional & Volunteer Affiliations
I enjoy being connected in the community and with young professionals, previously serving on the board of the Colorado Association of Marriage & Family Therapy, as an adjunct faculty member (mostly supervising Internship) for University of Colorado-Denver and Regis University, and guest speaking at related events/classes when able. As an AAMFT Approved Supervisor, I also provide clinical supervision for those seeking both LPC and LMFT licensure in Colorado (individual and group format).
- Anxiety/Panic Attacks
- Chronic Illness/Medical Issues
- Chronic Pain
- Family Issues
- Marriage/Relationship Issues
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Performance Enhancement
- Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Stress Management
- Suicide Risk
- Survivor's Guilt
- Traumatic Incident
- Adolescents (13-17)