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Sabrina Hanan , PCLC

Bozeman, MT

Online & In-Person

Accepting new clients

About me

I am a retired Behavioral Analyst of 27 years and currently renewing my Mental Health Professional License in the state of Montana. I am a caring and patient neurodivergent, dyslexic, HSSP therapist using Internal Family Systems supporting you to heal, bloom and build your best life. My practice focuses on helping to heal from trauma, anxiety, depression and family/work conflicts and grow into our best selves. I specialize in autism, ADHD, ADD, neurodivergence and diversity of identity.


They all want to build their best lives for themselves and those they love. Adolescents, families, individuals and couples are part of my practice. They can be neurodivergent, highly sensitive sensory processors, ADD/ADHD, on the autism spectrum, survivors of T and t trauma. They identify as Indigenous, BIPOC, LGBTQ2A+, cis, and wyte. They can struggle with depression, OCD, addiction, parenting, ageing, anxiety, family or marital conflict, workplace issues and athletic performance.


As a therapist, my goal is to provide empathic support, safety and evidence-based practices to facilitate healing and restore hope. I value collaborative work so as we work together, we create a plan to meet and honor your unique needs. My approach to therapy includes modalities developed to address, understand and resolve trauma including the evidenced-based approaches of Internal Family Systems supported by Interpersonal Neurobiology and Attachment Theory.

I came to this way of helping people by learning from clients who are survivors of incest, sexual assault, trafficking, inter-racial violence and patriarchy. I have strengthened my ability to help by learning from high performers (children through seniors) by collaborating with them to uncover and utilize internal resources.

My background includes 27 years as a contractor to law enforcement as a Behavioral Analyst, an educator from grade school through university, a licensed mediator and organizational development consultant, National Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach and therapist. The tools I teach clients become part of their everyday life and they feel a sense of ownership and control over them that improves their overall enjoyment of life and helps them feel in control moment by moment during their day.


I believe each of us has the innate ability to heal ourselves and that anyone at any stage of life can rewire their brain and this can change the trajectory of their life. Each person has all they need to heal, bloom and thrive already inside of them. The barriers to the best possible life come from the strategies we learn to survive with our caretakers and in society. Some strategies helped us stay alive and stay connected but now those same strategies may be harming us and keeping us from getting what we want from life. In my own healing journey in therapy, I learned from the hypercritical, anxious, depressed, destructive Parts of myself they all have gifts to give me. These gifts greatly improve my life day to day and they were offered to me by my Parts when I took the time and did the hard work of getting to know and appreciate them.



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Your Montana Therapist

730 Boardwalk Avenue
Suite 201
Bozeman, MT 59718 US


Years in practice


Service types

  • Therapy / Counseling

Types of clients

  • Adolescents (13-17)
  • Adults (18+)
  • Older Adults (65+)
  • Individuals
  • Couples
  • Groups
  • Families


  • English

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