Welcome

Welcome to Hannah Cosdon Counseling LLC, a private therapy practice conveniently located within walking distance of downtown Meadville, PA.  Hannah’s office is by Mill Run, adjacent to Brookside Studio, with free off street parking, a private restroom, a waiting room, and an accessible ramp.  Hannah occasionally offers yoga classes and stress management groups at Brookside Studio. She welcomes children and teens, as well as adults.

 
 

Hannah Cosdon is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, with a  Master’s degree from Smith College in 1997. Hannah is also a registered Hatha Yoga teacher with extensive training in the therapeutic use of mindfulness, breath-body awareness, and tension release. She completed her 200-hour Hatha Yoga Teacher Training with Michael Plasha in Erie and has also participated in Yoga Therapy continuing education at Kripalu Institute in Massachusetts.


448 North Street

Meadville, PA 16335

 

Phone: (814) 336-1265

Fax: (814) 333-1262

Email: hcosdon@gmail.com

 

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“I respect the courage it takes to seek help with personal challenges. I collaborate with clients of all ages to develop treatment plans that build on their existing coping skills while discovering new strengths and healing abilities. The individuals and families that I work with are seeking help with mood problems, stress, loss, trauma, personal identity and relationship issues, frustrations with work and education, family and social pressures, chronic illness, and significant life changes. I consider it a moving and rewarding experience to help people in my practice to meet those life challenges, in a peaceful and private setting. I believe that creating a trusting therapeutic relationship with compassion and healthy boundaries is key to the healing process. My clients may choose talk therapy as well as creative expression (art, music, writing) and body-centered methods for tension release and relaxation.”

My firm belief is that effective therapy treats the whole person: mind, body, and spirit, while also considering the ways that relationships, family background, and cultural values may impact each person.
— Hannah
 
 
 
 

Hannah’s two decades of experience as a therapist

Prior to opening her own private practice, Hannah provided individual and family mental health treatment at Integrative Therapies Meadville, where she created a stress management skills group incorporating body-centered relaxation techniques to help people cope with anxiety and chronic pain.

From 2010-2015, Hannah provided counseling for children, adults, couples and families at Parkside Psychological Associates in Meadville, specializing in trauma focused treatment.  During this time, Hannah also treated teen clients at Meadville Area Middle and High School, and collaborated with local agencies such as Women’s Services, Bethesda Children’s Home and Hermitage House.

Hannah worked as a Specialized Foster Care Therapist for Catholic Charities in Illinois and as a Child/Family Therapist at a Community Mental Health Center in Massachusetts before moving to Meadville in 2002.


More about Hannah’s Mindful Movement Background

Since 2006 Hannah has taught various courses in yoga and coping skills and movement at Allegheny College with young adults, gifted and talented teens, and senior learners.

For several years, Hannah taught movement and relaxation skills for elementary and middle school students receiving learning and emotional support in the Crawford Central school system.  In 2005  Hannah founded “CoMotion” a movement and music program for babies and toddlers with their caregivers in partnership with Creating Landscapes, Allegheny College, and Thurston House, a program for teen parents. In 2010 Hannah incorporated this program into her clinical work at Parkside Psychological.