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115 Kildaire Park Drive, Suite 313

Cary, NC 27518

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Convenient to Raleigh, Apex, Morrisville, Holly Springs, Fuquay-Varina, and Garner, in Wake County NC

 

Phone:  919.600.4906

Fax:      919.322.2897

Email: info@etheridgepsychology.com

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Hannah Daulton, MA, LPC

 

Hannah Daulton is a Licensed Professional Counselor at Etheridge Psychology. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Music Performance from Lee University and earned a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, with a focus on Marriage and Family at Appalachian State University. She began working with groups at a residential treatment center, helping those with challenges surrounding body image, eating disorders, and relationships. She then moved to a private practice where she worked with individuals with anxiety, stress, depression, body image issues, and relational issues.

 

Hannah believes that each individual is capable of building resilience and independence to cope with unique events and situations. She centers the therapeutic journey around allowing clients to build awareness, independence, and resilience in their lives. She believes that each client is an expert in their own life and she offers support in concrete skills so that the client may feel more in control of their relationships, heal from trauma, and begin to live their life to its fullest potential. Hannah has experience with clients in college, folks in the LGBTQ+ community, individuals who desire to build resilience around trauma, people who are looking to make an interpersonal or career transition, and individuals who desire to heal their relationship with food and their body.

 

In her free time, Hannah enjoys traveling, hiking, her dog, playing violin, and finding great cafes.