Hannah Roggenkamp, MD

Psychiatrist in private psychotherapy practice

Specializing in posttraumatic stress disorder, trauma, and intensive short-term dynamic psychotherapy 


Practical information:

  • Age group treated: adults
  • Couples therapy is possible, please contact me
  • Once weekly meetings are typical
  • While I am a psychiatrist, I do not prescribe medication in this practice
  • If I believe medication would be a suitable adjunct to our therapy, I will help you find a prescriber


Psychotherapy:

The following aspects of therapy in this practice are somewhat unique, but an essential part of our work together:

  1. Videotaping: Every session is videotaped for the purposes of improving my technique in helping patients, and for the patient's review to further their own understanding of themselves. Tapes will be made available if requested. 
  2. Collaborative approach: Good psychotherapy is done with the therapist and patient as a team. I expect that the patient will be motivated to work together with me to obtain the goals of therapy to the best of our abilities
  3. All sessions are 90 minutes: While this may seem long, I have found that any less than 90 minutes prevents deeper work from happening. In the long run, it is more efficient to meet for this duration.
  4. This therapy should not last forever: the nature of short term therapy is exactly that. I aim for rapid improvement in patients, with their collaboration. 


Special areas of expertise:

In my clinical and research work, I focus on combat PTSD and blast-related mild traumatic brain jury (mTBI). I have a special interest in treating current and former members of the Special Operations Forces (SOF). My clinical experience includes working as a psychiatrist at Yukon Embedded Behavioral Health Clinic within Madigan Army Medical Center at Joint Base Lewis McChord, which helped me gain a deep understanding of military culture and community.  


  • posttraumatic stress disorder
  • military trauma
  • moral injury/repair
  • anxiety disorders
  • depressive disorders
  • childhood trauma
  • grief
  • insomnia
  • adult attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder
  • yoga
  • martial arts/Eastern thought
  • substance use disorders
  • bipolar disorder
  • medical issues - psycho-onclogy, chronic illness, physical disability