Hannah Sokoloff-Rubin

Hannah Sokoloff-Rubin is a second-year doctoral student in clinical psychology at Antioch University New England. She received her Bachelor of Arts in history from Wesleyan University.

Prior to beginning her doctoral training, Hannah worked as a community health educator and full-spectrum doula specializing in sexual health education, patient advocacy, and healthcare access. She co-founded the Wesleyan Doula Project, the first doula organization based on a college campus, and developed health education programs for all ages centering queer, trans, and nonbinary experiences.

Her main clinical areas of interest are assessment and therapy for LGBTQIA+ individuals, child and adolescent mental health, and sociopolitical integration in therapy. She uses interventions from relational cultural theory, feminist therapy, and relational psychodynamic psychotherapy.

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