Miriam Itzkowitz, MSW, LICSW

Clinical Faculty

651-962-5806

itzk7028@stthomas.edu

I hold a masters degree in social work from the University of Minnesota and a B.A. from Grinnell College. I teach junior and senior field seminars, working with students to link social work theory and practice. I serve as Social Work Supervisor at the William Mitchell Child Protection Clinic. I also maintain a private practice where I use an eclectic approach to individual, couples, and group therapy, incorporating cognitive, creative and holistic techniques to assist clients in sustaining authentic identities, coping with difficulties and overcoming trauma.

  • Trauma Work
  • Perinatal Mental Health
  • Patterns of Attachment & Emotional Regulation
  • Sexuality & Identity Development

Master of Social Work
University of Minnesota

Bachelor of Arts
Grinnell College

Horowitz, Alan & Itzkowitz, Miriam. (2011). "LGBTQ Youth in American Schools: Moving to the middle." Middle School Journal, 42(5), 32-38.

"A Holistic Model of Parent Representation: The Work of the William Mitchell College of Law Child Protection Clinic." (2015). St. Catherine University/University of St. Thomas School of Social Work salon.

Gilgun, Jane, Ulrich, Miriam, & Itzkowitz, Miriam. (2005). "Critical Discourse Analysis and Critical Race Theory: Racism directed toward adopted African-American children in the US." Paper presented at the International Conference on Evaluation for Practice, Huddersfield, United Kingdom.