Natalie Marr

Contributing Faculty
College of Allied Health
School of Psychology
Ph.D. Clinical Psychology

Dr. Natalie Marr serves as contributing part-time faculty for Walden University, with an emphasis in instructing face-to-face and virtual residencies, while also providing dissertation support. She has taught at the graduate level for 6 years and has mentored several dissertations. Dr. Marr has been offering therapy, clinical supervision, and consultation over the past two decades, and more recently has added personal development coaching and online course creation. She owns her own private practice in Minnesota. Her clinical expertise is in developmental interpersonal traumas, helping her clients trace their present-day difficulties back to their traumatic relationship experiences in childhood, adolescence, or early adulthood. She helps her clients manage how their trauama has negatively impacted their relationships, created a poor sense of self-worth, and resulted in diagnoses such as Depression, Anxiety, trauma disorders, and personality disorders. Dr. Marr has provided both individual and group psychotherapy interventions, using the following theories and techniques: Adaptive Internal Relational Network Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, Narrative Exposure Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness Based Therapy, Positive/Strength Based Psychology, Developmental Psychology, and the Application of Feminist Theory in clinical practice. She has also had experience with Primary Care Mental Health Integration/Co-Located Health Care, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. Dr. Marr contracts as a Clinical Supervisor providing practicum, internship, and post-degree clinical supervision for clinicians pursuing licensure as Licensed Psychologists and Licensed Psychological Counselors. Her vast expertise in a variety of evidence-based approaches is eclipsed only by her intuitive ability to cultivate one’s own curiosity, growth, and wisdom. Dr. Marr provides significant insights that foster an understanding of oneself. When we understand ourselves and what brought us here, it leads to more kindness, more peace, and more compassion for our own and others' stories.


PsyD, Minnesota School of Professional Psychology

MA, Minnesota School of Professional Psychology

BS, University of Minnesota, Duluth


Marr, N. (2011). Addressing Multiple Conditions Through Motivational and Person Centered Approaches. Minnesota Aging and Disability Services

Marr, N. (2011). Basic Skills Training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy. State Operated Services

Marr, N. (2009). Competency Restoration Program Inservice. Minnesota State Operated Forensic Services

Marr, N. (2021). Learn To Love Your Story - Personal Development Course. Natalie M. Marr, Psy.D., LP

Marr, N. (2017). Medical and Behavioral Integrated Staff Training. Native American Community Clinic

Marr, N. (2012). Minnesota Specialty Health Systems Inservice. Minnesota Specialty Health Systems