Hannah Kidder, MPS, LADC


Hannah is Minnesota born and bred. She is a 2020 graduate of the Integrated Behavioral Health program at the University of Minnesota and has held her drug and alcohol counseling license since 2013. She is passionate about harm reduction, person centered philosophies, and both acknowledging and addressing the harm perpetuated by systemic racism and oppression within and outside of the therapy session. She has experience working with adults and older teens in residential and outpatient settings as well as community health. She has thoroughly enjoyed working with diverse populations including those with generational trauma, traumatic brain injuries, and severe and persistent mental illness. She specializes in working with those with developmental, racial, and religious trauma, LGBTQ populations, people who use drugs (PWUD), people in recovery, and non-binary or gender non conforming folx.