Specializing inTrauma complex trauma domestic abuse intimate partner violence childhood abuse ptsd anxiety depression adjustment life transition couples teens young adults adults
irene zarr, ma, tllp
Whether you're struggling to get through the days or just want some help sorting through your thoughts, you might benefit from therapy.
Trained in a humanistic orientation, I take an integrated, individualized approach to therapy with teens, adults, and couples of all genders, orientations, and cultures. While interpersonal trauma is a primary focus of my studies, I enjoy working with those struggling with other difficulties, including (but not limited to): Anxiety, Depression, Life transition, Relationship and Adjustment issues, Health concerns, and more.
You hold the keys to your own success; my job is to help you remove obstacles so that you can move forward in your life outside of treatment. I offer a safe, supportive, and nonjudgmental environment to you where we can walk through this journey together.
You are not alone. I look forward to meeting you.
Irene is a Psy.D candidate at the Michigan School of Psychology, where she earned her Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology. She graduated from Oakland University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Bachelor's of Integrative Studies with concentrations in Creative Writing and Performance. Irene currently holds a Temporary Limited License as a Psychologist, and is completing her doctoral internship here at Wentworth and Associates P. C. At this time Irene is also working on her dissertation exploring the experience of becoming a person after surviving intimate partner violence.
(Supervised by Lawrence T. Wentworth, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist)
- Adolescents (13-17)
- Adults (18 and up)