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Hannah Paull, M.A.

Doctoral Intern


Education & Training

I began my journey into the psychology field at Boston University, where I majored in Psychology and worked in their center for psychiatric rehabilitation. From there, I moved back home to Atlanta, GA to earn my Master’s degree (M.A.) and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.).  In Atlanta, most of my practicum experiences were within community mental health settings, and now I’m enjoying Colorado while fulfilling my final doctoral internship at UNC!

Current Roles

I provide individual therapy, co-facilitate groups, and supervise Masters level clinicians.

Therapeutic & Supervision Approaches

I tend to work primarily from an interpersonal orientation while also integrating teachings from psychodynamic theory. While taking the time to learn about and consider the client’s past experiences, I concurrently work in the here-and-now by processing the experience in the therapy room.

As a supervisor, I plan on using similar techniques while also focusing on where my supervisee is in his/her/their training. I will focus on making the supervision experience and open dialogue, working with my supervisee to effectively grow and build on their previous training.

Clinical Interests

About Me

Hi! I’m Hannah and I just moved here from Atlanta, GA with my pup, Willow. I enjoy dancing and playing volleyball and soccer. Living in Atlanta and Boston, I’ve grown up as a city girl, but cannot wait to explore these beautiful mountains!