Jarett Reynolds, MSW, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Case Referral Coordinator
- M.S.W., Texas State University
- B.S.W., Social Work, Lamar University
License and Certification
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Association of Social Work Boards, No. 63186
Approach to Therapy and Professional Interests
What an honor to be here in Aggieland, and serve the students of Texas A&M University! As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I understand what it means to empathize, advocate for, and empower my clients. By creating an atmosphere of acceptance and understanding, I help my clients recognize their true potential and capability they have in achieving optimal mental health. By using an eclectic counseling approach, including holistic therapy, I am able to help students identify and evaluate their mental health goals, and guide them, as they embark on the journey of change and understanding. Some of my clinical interest include identity concerns, grief and loss, trauma, and crisis.
In addition to providing psychotherapy, I also serve as the Case Referral Coordinator. In this role, I help students identify specific counseling or psychiatric services in the local and distant communities to help meet their mental health needs. By equipping students with a better knowledge of services such as insurance, co-pay, treatment modalities (psychotherapy or psychotropic medication), students are able to choose a service(s) that will best fit their mental health goals.
Personal Statement on Diversity and Social Justice
Diversity and Social Justice are core values, that help guide me throughout my life’s journey. As a African American male, it is important for me acknowledge the diversity and differences of others, and their struggles they may have endured. I stand for social justice and call out those who threaten the idea of being different mentally, psychically, or emotionally.
Approach to Supervision
Supervision is a delicate and gentle experience in developing future clinicians. My approach is just that, I will guide clinicians in helping to build their own style of counseling by seeking out goals, challenges, and accomplishments. Also, by creating conversations around identity, social competence and humility, and the use of self model, I will help developing clinicians gain a better awareness of themselves, and their approach to counseling.
Some of my personal interest include swimming, cooking, craftsmanship, and traveling.