Hannah Carter is a first-year Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling M.S. student in the Counseling and Psychological Services Department at the College of Education & Human Development at Georgia State. After completing this degree, she plans to pursue her doctorates in counseling psychology.
Her interests include working with veterans, active military members and those with disabilities acquired during their service.
As a future counselor and researcher, she intends to counsel people who have served and are currently still serving, to combat the stigma of suicide within this environment. Her research includes promoting well-being and a sense of understanding about suicide for those who have been a part of the United States military.
“I am most excited about working alongside people who are just as dedicated to making a difference in the world as I am.”