Hanna Burge Counselor
“Imperfections are not inadequacies; they are reminders that we’re all in this together.”
~ Brene Brown

What I do:

Individual Therapy
Anxiety and Depression
Self Esteem & Shame issues
Women’s issues
College Age & Young Adult Transitions
Sexual Abuse Survivor Support
Abuse & Neglect
Couples issues
Pre-Marital Therapy

I believe as a therapist I get the opportunity to see you as you truly are- the good, the complicated, the messy, and be able to sit with you in deep empathy and grace because I believe that we are all are imperfect and hotwired to struggle. My hope is you no longer have to struggle alone, for me to hear your story and help shoulder the pain, making the therapeutic process a sacred place where you can be seen, heard, and validated. I am a strong believer that everything we do makes sense in the context of our experiences and how they have impacted our personal identities and relationship with those around us. My desire is to help others build awareness around who they are and why they do they things they do in a space that safe, nonjudgmental, and grace giving. Together we will protest shame-based identities for the purpose to equip you to live more fully and freely in intimate relationship with God and others. Human connection is a part of healing process and my goal is to bring my own genuine and authentic self into the counseling process and together as imperfect humans, I will help you navigate the process towards healing and hope.

I graduated from John Brown University with a degree in Marriage and Family therapy and have a skillset working with individuals and families who have a history of abuse and neglect. I also have a passion working with individuals who have experienced any form of sexual trauma. Outside of the therapy room, you will find me out in nature hiking out at the Buffalo Natural River with my pup and Husband, and stretching myself creatively through photography. I feel most connected to God when I’m surrounded by his creation and entering into deep meaningful conversations with others. Thus, my favorite past times revolve around chasing the next adventure and spending intentional time with friends and family.

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“To love someone fiercely, to believe in something with your whole heart, to celebrate a fleeting moment in time, to fully engage in a life that doesn’t come with guarantees – these are risks that involve vulnerability and often pain. But, I’m learning that recognizing and leaning into the discomfort of vulnerability teaches us how to live with joy, gratitude and grace.”
~Brene Brown

Fresh Roots Family Counseling Locations

Rogers Main Office:
3901 West Financial Parkway
Rogers, AR 72758
Phone: 479.986.8655
Fax: 479.633.9398

Fort Smith Office:
5401 Rogers Ave, Suite 200
Ft. Smith, AR 72903
Phone: 479.226.8403
Fax: 479.250.0334

Our Therapists are accountable to the Arkansas Board of Examiners in Counseling.
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