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Zaneta Street, MSW, LSW

Therapeutic Style: 

I enjoy engaging with my clients using an approach that’s both eclectic and intuitive, often incorporating techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing. My goal is to provide a safe space for clients to practice vulnerability. I support my clients while kindly challenging them to become the best version of themselves. As an advocate for healthcare that’s inclusive of total well-being, it is my hope and goal to create a collaborative therapeutic relationship with each of my clients, that positively shifts the trajectory of their lives.

Professional Interests: 

I am honored to serve as a source of healing for Black families and communities. Not exclusive to this list, other areas of professional interest include: 

  • The Black Male Experience 
  • Exploration of Relational and Familial Dynamics 
  • Grief and Loss Healing and Navigation 
  • Trauma Exploration and Healing 
  • Women’s Liberation and Empowerment

Groups and Liaison Roles: 

This is my second academic year serving as the co-facilitator for USO BIPOC, a safe space for BIPOC students to explore and understand experiences related to themselves and others. 

Educational Background: 

I obtained both my BA in Psychology and Master of Social Work degrees here at OSU! 

Personal Interests: 

Current and historical faves include spending time in nature, hot yoga, artistic endeavors, participating in my own self-work, and being with the people I love.


This clinician is currently under clinical supervision.  The supervisor of record is Shivani Edwards, LISW-S, and their license number is I.0008146-SUPV.