Jenny Osman, BA, Clinical Trainee, is pursuing her Masters in Clinical Social Work and her license in Alcohol and Drug Counseling at Augsburg University. She enjoys working with people of all social identities (ages, genders, sexualities, cultures, races, disabilities, ethnicities, and religions). Jenny is interested in working with adults, adolescents, children, couples, and families in individual and/or group settings. She also works in the School-Linked Behavioral Health (SLBH) program.

Jenny focuses on how one’s environment, social identities, experiences, values, and aspirations shape their individuality. She strives to create a safe, authentic, positive, and accepting environment for those she works with. Jenny takes an eclectic approach to best support her client’s unique therapeutic desired outcomes; with a focus on strengths-based, person-centered, and trauma-informed.

Specialties: Anxiety, depression, substance use, self-esteem and self-image, family and relationship conflict.

Education: Pursuing Masters in Clinical Social Work and License in Alcohol and Drug Counseling ;
Bachelors in Psychology; minor in Ethnic Studies.