Child Mind Institute
Hannah Cohan is a behavioral technician in the Anxiety Disorders Center at the Child Mind Institute. Ms. Cohan provides individual and family exposure therapy in the Selective Mutism Service
Ms. Cohan is extensively trained in both Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) and an adaption of PCIT for treating selective mutism. She has been involved in the Child Mind Institute’s Selective Mutism Service and ADHD and Behavior Disorders Center in a multitude of roles, including being a Brave Buddies counselor, Brave Buddies lead teacher, PCIT program assistant, and selective mutism program assistant.
Ms. Cohan is a current medical student pursuing child and adolescent psychiatry. She is dedicated to studying and working to treat pediatric mental health issues in an interdisciplinary manner. Her primary research interest is exploring the factors that influence treatment approach to mental health in the primary care setting. She is passionate about adapting therapy in creative ways to best meet the unique needs of families and children.
- BS, Neuroscience, Muhlenberg College
- MD (Expected 2021), Penn State College of Medicine