Hannah Randol, LPC-A
BA in Psychology from Texas State University
MA in Professional Counseling from Texas State University
Hannah grew up in San Antonio to a large, blended family of 6. The complexities of a blended family combined with familial mental illness means that Hannah is no stranger to the other side of the counseling room!
She moved to San Marcos to initially attain a bachelor’s degree in Education, but after nearly losing her mother, an identity-shattering breakup, and a long season of family conflict, she switched to Psychology in hopes of someday becoming a therapist. Hannah continued at Texas State University for her Master’s in Professional Counseling while also taking semester-long breaks to do solo backpacking all over the world.
Hannah has worked with people from all walks of life and has a heart for women and mothers. Her areas of focus for individuals include adjustment issues, adult ADHD, anxiety, depression, identity and purpose formation, and unhealthy relationship processing. For couples, she offers general communication and connection sessions, as well as structured pre-engagement, pre-marital and pre-baby sessions.
In her spare time, Hannah loves to travel, surf, hang with her small group, and spend quality time with her partner, Matt. She has a passion for social justice, serving the homeless population of Austin, and coming alongside foster parents through Austin Angels. She resides in Austin, Texas.