Hannah Joy Tamezoujt (she/her) is an Associate Marriage & Family therapist. Hannah offers trauma-responsive, somatic psychotherapy, psychedelic integration, and ketamine-assisted psychotherapy to adults, teens, and couples+. Hannah holds the therapeutic container with curiosity, creative spirit, and trust in the unique inner healing wisdom of each of her clients. She is warm, accepting, playful, and when needed can compassionately challenge her clients to embody their authentic truth.
Her experience comes from 25 years of dance training and over a decade in the healing arts, working as a Feldenkrais and Gyrotonic movement teacher and bodyworker before completing an MA in counseling psychology with a specialization in Somatic Psychotherapy from the California Institute of Integral Studies. Her practice is informed by modalities such as Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Bioenergetics, Emotionally Focused Therapy, Hakomi, Biodynamic Craniosacral, Psychobiological Approach to Couples Therapy, and Continuum Movement. She is a dedicated student of Stanley Keleman's Formative Psychology and is currently in the Somatic Experiencing Professional Certification program.
As a PACT Level I trained couples+ therapist, Hannah is also excited to offer ketamine-assisted therapy for couples. Low-dose ketamine sessions can create a safe space for the more painful parts of ourselves and our relationships to come to the surface, giving us the opportunity to see these dynamics more clearly and relate to each other in a new way. This work is a good fit for couples+ who might be stuck in entrenched cycles of conflict and/or avoidance, and for couples+ with one or more partners who suffer from depression. Please note that each partner must receive a diagnosis to receive ketamine assisted couples therapy.
Hannah celebrates clients of all racial and ethnic backgrounds, and is kink and nonmonogamy positive. She works within a feminist, anti-racist and decolonial framework which takes into account how collective ongoing and historical traumas influence the shapes we each take. Hannah is a Work that Reconnects facilitator, leading group processes of facing climate grief and rage. Honoring the interdependence of all life is a value that guides her practice. She spends her time outside of the therapy room dancing, hiking, co-creating community events and organizing mutual aid.