Matthew Snyder, Ph.D.

Matthew Snyder, PhD, is a Professor at West Chester University and a licensed professional
counselor. He teaches courses in grief and loss, substance abuse, helping relationships, group
counseling, and theories and techniques of counseling. His research interests include working
with drug and alcohol counseling, case conceptualization, and working with resistant clients. Dr.
Snyder recently developed a new model of case conceptualization along with co-editor Lynn
Zubernis, and has published numerous articles and a textbook on case conceptualization and
effective counseling interventions. Prior to teaching at West Chester, Dr. Snyder worked in
private practice, inpatient settings, and substance abuse treatment centers, and enjoyed a long
stint as assistant director of a college counseling center for over fifteen years. Dr. Snyder also has
a private practice in Chester County, Pennsylvania.

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