My name is Zane Rosen and I have a BA in Psychology from the University of Minnesota. In addition, I am attending Saint Mary’s University for a MA in Counseling and Psychological Services with an Addictions Certificate, eventually aiming for dual licensure of LPCC and LADC. I enjoy working with a diverse population of clients but am specializing in working in substance use disorders and neurodivergency. One of my main priorities is coming with unconditional positive regard with no judgment so that my clients can have the most optimal experience possible and feel comfortable working with ARMHS. I have worked in ARMHS for about 2.5 years in the past along with working as an ILS worker for a year before that. I had my own research published in late 2020 about behavioral strategies for incorporating more vegetables in one’s diet along with reducing sugar intake at the University of Minnesota.
I currently working out of the Natalis University location while I receive clinical supervision from Roberta Sorenson MS, LPCC in the ARMHS program.