Hannah Fransen, LSW has always had a passion for helping children. This drive led to her pursing degrees and career opportunities in fields where she could have the greatest impact on young lives.
Hannah received her bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Oklahoma and her master's degree in social work from the University of Denver. She has focused on the mental and emotional health of children while working at pediatric clinics and hospitals, nonprofits and general hospitals. Her experience ranges from supporting the psychosocial needs of children and their families to working with children coping with acute, chronic and terminal illnesses.
Her unique skill set makes her especially apt at aiding the children and families at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children. Hannah values the relationship between patients and their families, and offers support and advice in psychological, emotional and financial matters. She enjoys being a resource to families.
Hannah has successfully obtained grants in the past, whose purposes have been directed at organizing support groups at the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, which have focused on mothers who have lost a child to cancer.