Hannah King, M.S., M.A. 2020 Participant Clinical Coordinator

Clinical Psychology Doctoral student at the University of Loyola Maryland.

Hannah King is a Clinical Psychology Doctoral student studying at the University of Loyola Maryland in Baltimore. She previously completed her master’s in Sport and Performance Psychology at the University of Denver in 2018 and worked in private practice as a therapist in her home country, Bermuda, prior to beginning her doctoral program. Hannah maintains a strong passion for the connection between mental health and sport.

“Over the years I have come to love the Colorado mountains as my home in the US, and addressing the varied mental health concerns of these communities has become an important pursuit of mine. I was drawn to Sacred Cycle because of the unique approach and combination of services it provides, melding physical skill-building with mental health services. Past research has shown that the combination of physical awareness and mental health are imperative to address trauma, and I am proud to contribute to the healing of sexual assault survivors.”