Jim Struve, LCSW, has been a practicing social worker since 1976. He is currently a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in private practice in Salt Lake City, providing psychotherapy services to individuals, couples, and groups. He also provides supervision and consultation services to other clinicians.
With special attention to mindful presence in the healing relationship, Jim works with a wide range of client issues: trauma (including male and female survivors of sexual victimization), relationship enhancement (including issues such as intimacy, assertiveness, identity, gender, self-esteem, and sexuality), healthy life choices, fostering resilience, conflict resolution, parenting, addiction recovery, and dissociative disorders (including Dissociative Identity Disorder).
Throughout his adult life, Jim has embraced an active commitment to community service by volunteering with numerous nonprofit community agencies. Jim is the recipient of the Richard Gartner Award for Clinical Contribution given at the 2010 MaleSurvivor International Conference in New York City.
Jim maintains a long-time collaboration with his friend and colleague, Joanna Colrain, who practices in Atlanta. Together, they offer workshops on Mindful Presence in Psychotherapy™ and other opportunities for clinicians that emphasize the intersection of personal realization, spiritual growth, and professional integrity.