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Hannah Rice, LCSW

Adoption Therapist

Hannah Rice is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with experience working clinically with children, teens, and aduls. She holds an undergraduate degree in Social Work from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and a master's in Social Work from North Carolina State University. Her previous work experience includes Alexander Youth Network and Charlotte Family Housing. In addition to providing counseling services to ASA families, she is currently the Director of Programs at Foster Village Charlotte. She has worked with children ages 8-18 on issues of anxiety, depression, adjustment, and trauma as well as adults to explore how their life experiences and trauma histories impacted their current life situations. She has built a base of knowledge around trauma, grief, loss, and a belief in the strength that every person has for resilience and growth. Hannah is also Trained in Adoption Competency (TAC) through the Center for Adoption Support & Education (C.A.S.E).

I believe that behind every emotionally healthy child is a well-supported adult.

Hannah grew up in the Western North Carolina mountains and came east to Charlotte for college. She and her husband Dalen have been licensed foster parents since 2020. They have 2 chihuahuas (Dougie and Maggie), 2 chickens (Goldie and Cher), and roughly 100,000 nameless honeybees.

Hannah Rice, LCSW
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