Meredith Snyders, Psy. D. (She/Her)
Focus: Individual therapy related to young adults, substance abuse, anxiety, depression, disordered eating, and trauma.
Biography: Dr. Meredith Snyders earned her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Pacific University and completed her pre-doctoral internship at SUNY College at Oneonta. She has experience in college counseling and community mental health settings and is passionate about working with young and emerging adults. Her areas of specialty include anxiety and mood disorders, perfectionism, adjustment to life transitions, relationship difficulties, stress management, self-worth, self-compassion, and eating concerns. Dr. Snyders is a postdoctoral fellow at Midwest Counseling, which means she is directly supervised by a licensed clinical psychologist at the practice.
Dr. Snyders’s approach to therapy is integrative, drawing from evidence-based practices such as cognitive behavioral, acceptance and commitment, relational, and time-limited psychodynamic therapies. She prioritizes trust, warmth, and collaboration in the therapeutic relationship and will help individuals identify goals, develop new skills, and build self-understanding to create meaningful change.