Hannah Lussier, MA, LPCC

Hannah Lussier, MA, LPCC, is an Indigenous woman from the Red Lake Nation.  She practices at NeuroCALM to creatively support clients as they heal, grow, and build healthy and joyful lives.  Hannah graduated with her master’s degree in counseling and psychological services from Saint Mary’s University. She was an Honors Program Student while earning her bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota. Additionally, Hannah was awarded the 2008 Udall Native American Congressional Internship by the Morris K. Udall Foundation.  She was one of 12 students nationwide chosen to receive the highly competitive Washington, D.C. summer internship.  Hannah practiced therapy in Minneapolis at the Native American Community Clinic for over 5 years prior to coming to NeuroCALM.  Her experience includes working with students at South High School and leading counseling groups for adults and adolescents.  Hannah is certified in Mind-Body medicine, trained in the Indian Country Child Trauma Center’s cultural adaptation of trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy. She utilizes traditional and holistic healing practices to complement her therapy practice.  At NeuroCALM, Hannah offers individual and group counseling and neurofeedback training.  She is a resident of Minneapolis, passionate animal lover and proud dog mom, and enjoys all of the diverse Minnesota weather and outdoor activities!

3153 Hennepin Avenue, Suite 211
Minneapolis, MN 55408


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