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Hannah Leib LCSW


Hannah Leib, LCSW, is a child, adolescent, and teen therapist. She has worked with children and teens ages 5-18 for the past 5 years. Her passion stemmed from her own battles with mental health issues throughout her childhood and teen years. She developed core beliefs about herself in childhood that she was not good enough or worthy of achieving good things. These beliefs followed her throughout her early 20s as well, and she found herself in unhealthy relationships with herself and others. It was not until she went to therapy herself that she uncovered these negative views about herself that were formed in her early years. In college, she started a mental health support group called Thrive, in which she led discussions on mental health and student life. It grew into a successful program, which then led her to achieve a Fulbright scholarship in Bulgaria in 2016 after she graduated with a Bachelor's degree from Pitzer College. She graduated with a Master's of Social Work from the University of Southern California in 2020. She is now a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who is dedicated to helping children and teens grow and glow into their best selves. She has a private practice in West L.A. where she sees clients in person.

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