Jan L. Smith, LICSW

Master of Social Work, University of Minnesota
About Me

I provide individual, couples, and group psychotherapy. The therapeutic approaches I use are determined in collaboration with clients’ goals and what they hope to change/resolve/understand from their therapy experience. Therapeutic approaches include interpersonal, psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, solution-focused, and stress reduction strategies. I am a member of the Coalition for a Respectful University, which is a group of University of Minnesota staff, faculty, students, administrations, and community members committed to a safe and inclusive campus environment.

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker.
Advanced training in psychodynamic and contemporary relational psychotherapy with a focus on interpersonal relationships, family of origin issues, and healing from grief, loss, and trauma. I have a special interest in how quality of interpersonal and intrapersonal relationships impact clients’ mental health.