M.S.S.W., University of Louisville
Jill Stiber is an LICSW and has been awarded the national credential of Board Certified Diplomat in Clinical Social Work by the American Board of Examiners in Clinical Social Work.
As a full time faculty member of the School of Social Work, she brings rich and varied experience in social work practice to her classroom teaching. Prior to coming to the SSW, she served on the faculties of the University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work, the University of St Thomas and St. Catherine School of Social Work and the University of Louisville, Kent School of Social Work.
Jill has extensive experience as a psychotherapist and clinical supervisor and has taught courses in psychopathology, clinical social work, family therapy, group work, and supervision and leadership. She has served as a field supervisor for each of the major graduate social work programs in the Twin Cities.
Jill’s interests include: brief therapies, evidence-based treatments for anxiety disorders, critical thinking and heuristics in clinical assessment, family systems theory, group dynamics and leadership, and emerging research in the study of the genetic and biological contributions to the development of psychopathology.
She serves on the Clinical Mental Health Committee and the Admissions Committee at the SSW.
Jill has made numerous presentations to both professionals and lay community groups. Her recent presentation entitled: “DSM-5 Changes for Child Welfare: Implications for vulnerable children and families in Minnesota” was delivered to DHS staff on March 10, 2014.
Jill also maintains a private psychotherapy and consulting practice where she helps individuals, couples and families.