Edwina Jarrett is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of Michigan and works with clients suffering from but not limited to Depression, Anxiety, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), DID (Dissociative Identity Disorder), ADHD, ADD, OCD, and Stress Management. She specializes in Crisis Intervention. Edwina is an active committee member for several community outreach programs including: CISM – Critical Incident Stress Management Team; TERN Team – Traumatic Events Response Network; Barrier Busters; The Corner Health Center (Board Member); works alongside the Washtenaw County Sheriff's office on the Victims Service Unit and sits on the Washtenaw County Suicide Prevention Coalition (Washtenaw Alive).
For over a decade, Edwina worked as a psychotherapist providing short-term therapy for students, specializing with students in crisis at Washtenaw Community College located in Ann Arbor Michigan. She also served as a Student Advisor and Resource Specialist for Career Planning and Placement at WCC. After retiring she went on to established her private practice, Time to Talk Therapy.
Edwina works as a psychotherapist with clients in crisis.
As the founder of Family Crisis Center of Washtenaw, Edwina Jarrett is currently offering Grief and Loss, Parent Empowerment Cafe,Domestic Violence Survivor groups and workshops that include Coping Skills for Professionals, Responding to the First Responders, Self-Empowerment During a Climate of Change.