M.S., Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Indiana State University
B.S., Psychology, Indiana State University
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Pronouns: She/her/hers

Brittany Snyder identifies as an eclectic clinician pulling primarily from psychodynamic approaches, attachment theory, and cognitive theory. Components she often uses in the counseling room include insight building, body awareness, mindfulness, and addressing thinking patterns/core beliefs. Brittany views her work with individuals through a trauma-informed lens and assists clients in gaining insight into the effects of trauma or adverse childhood experiences on their current functioning. She believes that improved insight and understanding of the self assists in lasting change. 

Brittany has worked extensively with survivors of trauma since 2012 including interpersonal violence, sexual assault, and childhood abuse and neglect. She has developed an understanding of the neurological effects of trauma as well as the physiological effects. Brittany has provided care to students in the college counseling setting since 2012. Prior to that, she has experience working in private practice and a not-for-profit organization.