Hannah Mostarlic, AMFT

Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist


AMFT #143929

Supervised by Emily Judge, LPCC #7867

If you’re here, you know that it is not easy to become or to be a parent. By embarking on this adventure, we open ourselves up to the possibility of joy, pain, excitement, loss, suffering, love, anxiety, exhaustion, fear, loneliness, uncertainty, and feeling unprepared along the way. Whatever your journey has been, you can probably relate to this ever-changing flow of emotions, and especially so in the reproductive period. For all that wonderful messiness, we need massive doses of support. We weren’t meant to do it alone. If support is what you need, you are in the right place. My name is Hannah Mostarlic, I’m a registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT) supervised by Emily Judge, LPCC.

I have experience in treating individuals, families, and couples experiencing anxiety, depression, relationship issues, unresolved trauma, chronic pain, insomnia, and psychosis in both outpatient and inpatient settings. I have specialized training in perinatal mental health from Postpartum Support International (PSI), and am working toward my Perinatal Mental Health Certificate (PMH-C). I am also a member of the Postpartum Health Alliance in San Diego. I believe that the mental health of new parents is the cornerstone of building healthy families, and thus healthy communities.

I am passionate about serving individuals and families who are navigating life transitions (not limited to but including: infertility, pregnancy, postpartum, and parenting) and all of the big and small challenges that can accompany them. I primarily practice from an Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) perspective with individuals. Other modalities I draw from include: Attachment Theory, Mindfulness, Kristin Neff’s work on self-compassion, Feminist Theory, CBT-I for insomnia, Emotionally-Focused Therapy (EFT), and the Gottman Method for couples work. I look forward to supporting you on this journey!

Outside of the therapy room, I am often found in the yoga studio, with my nose in a book, on a long walk with a friend, or exploring San Diego with my husband.