Kathryn Snider

kathryn snider Kathryn is a Licensed Professional Counselor with the Texas Board of Examiners of Licensed Professional Counselors. She obtained her undergraduate degree from Lamar University in 2012 in Exercise Science and Fitness Management, a masters degree in Kinesiology at Texas Woman’s University in 2013, and an additional masters degree in School Counseling and Licensed Professional Counseling from Lamar University in 2020. Kathryn’s previous Master of Kinesiology has given her a complex understanding of hereditary and environmental determinants of motor development, growth and perceptual motor behavior for individuals with low incidence disabilities, and an abundance of evidence-based research for universal design in learning and instruction. Kathryn has worked in public education as an Adapted Physical Education specialist, 504 coordinator, and as a school counselor for over 10 years. She has experience in Special Education, 504 plans and accommodations, and a passion for advocating for students and supporting families.

Kathryn believes that congruence and trust is essential in the therapeutic relationship and key for effectiveness and a client’s success. She supports her clients through reality therapy, choice theory, and motivational interviewing. These practices guide clients on their journey by instilling motivation through awareness and accountability. She can offer a Christian perspective, if needed. 

Kathryn provides counseling services to children, adolescents, and adults who may be experiencing anxiety, depression, anger, and grief.