Anne S. Hall is a psychotherapist who has considerable experience working with trauma survivors, older adults, and oppositional adolescents in diverse populations, particularly Hmong immigrants. She is also interested in motivational change and experiential/cognitive-behavioral methods in the treatment of depression, anxiety, and trauma. She presently leads three psychotherapy groups a week for depressed women.
Anne’s areas of specialty include:
Adolescent functioning: maximization of positive functioning
Immigrant, refugee and acculturation issues
Management of post-traumatic stress and war/veteran-related issues
Geriatric psychology: life narrative, existential issues, continued personal growth
Education & Professional Activities:
Anne graduated from Argosy University/Twin Cities – Minnesota School of Professional Psychology (Psy.D. Degree in Clinical Psychology, 2006; MA Clinical Psychology, 2005). She is a member of the American Psychological Association and Minnesota Psychological Association.