Hannah Rinehart, MA, LPC, BC-TMH, CPCS

Hannah Rinehart, MA, LPC, BC-TMH, CPCS

Master of Arts in Professional Counseling
Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science
Licensed Professional Counselor
Certified Professional Counselors Supervisor
Board Certified-TeleMental Health Provider

Adults, Adolescents, and Family

A Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Georgia, Hannah Rinehart received a Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences from Meredith College and a Master of Arts Degree in Professional Counseling from Richmont Graduate University (formerly PSI). Her coursework focused on individual and family development, integrating psychology and theology, how individuals operate in the family system and helping individuals grow, change, and meet their goals.

Hannah is passionate about helping people who desire change and healing for their life and their relationships. She desires to work with individuals and families who wish to confront life’s challenges with courage, confidence, and simplicity. She loves coming alongside individuals to address issues such as anxiety, depression, stress management, family conflict, women’s issues, trauma and abuse.

Hannah has worked in a variety of settings with adolescents, individuals and families. Her interest in counseling began in college as she was mentoring and working with youth in the community. Seeing the challenges facing adolescents, adults and families, Hannah developed a passion to see these families achieve strong and healthy relationships.

During graduate school and after graduating from Richmont, Hannah gained hands-on experience while working with women in a residential treatment center. Hannah has been working in the counseling field since 2006 and in a private practice setting since 2010. Hannah holds certification as a Distance Certified Counselor.

Hannah is happily married to her husband, Brady, and they have two daughters. They love to travel as a family and spend time with family and friends.



“Hannah has a heart to help hurting people. This is evident in her perseverance in seemingly hopeless situations and her commitment to walk alongside wounded people as they take the difficult, but necessary steps toward healing and restoration. This is a great responsibility that Hannah accepts willingly.”

“Hannah’s performance as a counselor was excellent. She managed a busy caseload with grace and talent. She inspires confidence in those with whom she works.  I would trust Hannah to counsel those whom I hold most dear. It is my pleasure to endorse her.”