Stephanie Snyder, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Trauma-Focused CBT (TF-CBT), Reality Therapy, Reiki Master, Virtual Animal Assisted Therapy
Stephanie is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and has over 15 years of experience providing various human services including therapy and professional training and education. She received her master’s degree in Social Work from Temple University in 2007 and completed a two-year certification in Choice Theory/Reality Therapy. She is also a certified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator trainer, allowing her to guide clients on their career path.
Stephanie has a lot of experience utilizing a trauma informed cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) approach, while incorporating mindfulness practices and strives to use all of her training and professional expertise to help meet your individual needs. Stephanie works with adults, college students, and LGBTQIA+ individuals while addressing concerns such as stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD, ADHD, grief and loss, work/life balance, bipolar, relationship issues, life changes, anger management, self-esteem, career difficulties, life purpose, spirituality, foster care and adoption, and sexual identity, orientation, and/or gender exploration. She offers online virtual therapy and phone therapy sessions and virtual animal assisted therapy.
Stephanie often recommends the exploration and use of natural and holistic healing interventions and encourages practicing mindfulness and experiencing living in the present. She believes that it is up to you to make positive changes in your life and that a lot of changes and progress can be made even if things seem hopeless. Stephanie offers solution-focused therapy and is there to help you find the answers within yourself. She is honored to be a part of your healing journey!
Reality therapy involves different techniques to change your current behavior. I’ve been offering reality therapy for over 15+ years through virtual therapy in Pennsylvania and Florida. Four techniques that many of my clients find helpful are self-evaluation, action...