John Hahn Counseling

Therapy is About Courage and Curiosity

With nearly 40 years of experience as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Substance Use Disorder Professional, I’m here to help you better understand your life and relationships.  I believe that life problems are best understood and resolved by looking at what you’ve experienced in your life.  Together let’s look at why you might be struggling and find a path forward.

Couples Therapy

Nobody likes to live in conflict or emotional distance.  Relationships are complex, but the struggles are often worked through when we appreciate our own relational histories as well as those of our partner (s). Let me show you a way to view these struggles from different point of view. 

I have extensive experience working with couples experiencing life transitions, infidelity, substance use, parenting, co-parenting, divorce/remarriage, codependency, boundary issues, and work stress.

Couples sessions are offered virtually or in-person, $195 per 50-minute session.

Individual Therapy

Sometimes we struggle with our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.  We feel stuck.  There is a better way to understand and cut through the confusion. 

Whatever the internal struggle, seeing your life in a broader, relational context can be very useful.  I would like to share my approach with you and aid you in your path to clearer understanding. 

I have extensive background in working with Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACOA), people in recovery from substance use, and mood disorders such as depression and anxiety. 

Individual sessions are offered virtually or in-person, $165 per 50-minute session.

Clinical Supervision and Consultation for Therapists


Individual Clinical Consultation sessions are offered virtually, $75 per 50-minute session.

Individual Clinical Supervision (to obtain supervision hours for licensure) sessions are offered virtually or in-person, $125 per 50-minute session. 

John Hahn

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT)

Substance Use Disorder Professional (SUDP)

After graduating with a Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, John moved from Indiana to the Pacific Northwest. His early career was working with addicted youth and their families in both residential and outpatient settings. He later worked with chemically addicted adults and then with partners and family members who were impacted by someone else’s substance use or compulsive behaviors.

He has studied Bowen Family Systems therapy and for 18 years he was involved in a monthly consultation group dedicated to that theory.

He has presented at statewide, local, and national trainings and conferences and was a college instructor for 10 years, teaching in the Addiction Counselor Education Program.

John maintains a private practice focusing on relational and family of origin issues. He also offers clinical supervision for therapists seeking state licensure. He maintains his state approved supervisory status.
John is a Clinical Fellow in the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT).
To contact John, send an email to or call 360-564-5763