Hannah Lowe

Contributing Faculty
College of Social and Behavioral Health
School of Counseling
M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Dr. Hannah Lowe holds a Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision and is a Licensed Clinical Counselor with a Supervisory Designation specializing in trauma, based in Ohio. With a decade of experience as a trauma counselor and six years as a counselor educator, Dr. Lowe offers profound expertise in her field. She provides therapeutic support to clients with trauma histories through sensorimotor psychotherapy, EMDR, and various person-centered counseling approaches.

As a distinguished faculty member at Walden University, Dr. Lowe contributes significantly to the academic community. Her primary research interests include the dynamics of transference and countertransference, trauma conceptualization and treatment, and the development of counselor competencies. Dr. Lowe is also skilled in Q Methodology, which she adeptly employs in her research to further advance the understanding of these complex areas.

Public Service

Lake County Trauma Response Team, Volunteer -

Ohio Counseling Association, Chair -

Kappa Sigma Upsilon, President -

Awards / Honors

Signature Health RockStar , , 2023

Bubenzer Service Award, , 2020

EOCA Scholarship, , 2019

Signature Health RockStar , , 2023


Lowe, H. Anxiety and employment discrimination: Implications for counseling and return to work practice..


Lowe, H. (2023). SHIELD Training: Signature Health Inclusion, Equity, Leadership, and Diversity Training.

Lowe, H. (2022). Trauma 101: What beginning counselors need to know about trauma in clinical practice.

Lowe, H. (2020). Projective Counseling Techniques with Clients with Trauma Histories.

Lowe, H. (2020). Training Counselors on Ethical Practice: Trauma and Crisis Treatment with mmHealth Apps.

Lowe, H. (2020). Projective Counseling Techniques with Clients with Trauma Histories.

Lowe, H. (2019). Using the Defense Styles Questionnaire (DSQ) in Supervision.