Our Team

Gary Frankel, LICSWGary Frankel, LICSW

Gary joined Hannah’s House in 2014 as an affiliate working with adolescents, young adults and families that are experiencing anxiety, depression, substance abuse and identity issues. Gary has worked as a social worker and mental health counselor for over 15 years, holds a Vermont State License for Clinical Social Work, and is on the path to becoming a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC).

Hayley Hamilton, LICSW, LADC

Hayley brings 20+ years experience with a wide range of mental health issues, seeing clients in both Waitsfield and Waterbury. She utilizes a combination of therapies, including psychotherapy, behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, mindfulness/meditation, acceptance & commitment therapy in addition to family and couples therapy.

Heidi Robbins, Psychologist Master

Heidi has experience working with children, adolescents, and young adults with a range of mental health challenges including grief and loss, depression, anxiety, LGBTQ+, trauma, ADHD, sports performance anxiety, and athletic injury recovery. She uses a trauma-informed framework that incorporates elements of humanistic therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, play therapy, and sport psychology.  Heidi is licensed in Vermont as a Psychologist Master.

Chrissy Rivers

Chrissy joined Hannah’s House in 2020 to assist our growth as a community resource as a part time Executive Director. Her  goal is to develop stronger partnerships with local schools, practitioners and organizations so Hannah’s House can better respond to the needs of our community. Email: chrissy@hannahshousevt.org

Board of Directors

The Hannah’s House Board is fortunate to include a diverse, dedicated group of individuals with a wide variety of experience and talents they are generously contributing to Hannah’s House. Board members and advisors include professional clinicians, business consultants, guidance counselor, visiting nurse director, architect, a legislator, real estate broker, a farmer, local school nurses and WWSU health coordinators, a teacher and Hannah’s family members.