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Carolyn Zoerb

Masters Level Intern 

Lead Intern

Focus:  Adults, Couples

About Me

Carolyn is currently pursuing a Masters of Art degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from
Northcentral University, specializing in Couples Therapy. She received her Bachelors in
Communication Studies and English from Stanislaus State University and her Masters in
Educational Administration from San Francisco State University. Prior to transitioning to
counseling, Carolyn worked in higher education student affairs. Carolyn’s time working with
college students developed her passion for advising and encouraging others to live their best
lives.
Carolyn believes in the importance of fostering a compassionate and understanding environment
where clients feel safe and validated. Philosophically she considers interpersonal relationships to
be vital for people’s well-being and strives to help individuals, couples, and families develop
their relational skills and abilities to build strong, healthy bonds with loved ones. Along with
couples, Carolyn has a special interest in working with mothers, young adults, and LGBTQ+
individuals and families.
Carolyn is a member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT)
and intends to become a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist after graduating. She is
supervised by Cristina Lorenz-Hansen.