Kendra Snyder LPC Therapist
FUN FACTS about Kendra
Kendra loves spending time in the outdoors – hiking, biking, and camping, as well as curling up by the fire with a cup of coffee and a good book. Kendra also enjoys creativity and fosters this through music and art. Outside of the office, you can usually find her spending time with family and friends, exploring the outdoors or a new coffee shop, and hanging out with her husband and dog Roo. Last but not least, Kendra is a native of North Dakota and secretly wishes for more snow every winter in Denver.
Credentials: Kendra is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, as well as a member of the American Counseling Association. Kendra received a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Denver Seminary, a post-graduate Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy from the Denver Family Institute, and a Bachelor of Arts in Family Studies. Additionally, Kendra has completed Level 1 (28 hours) of training in Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy with Dan Hughes – an attachment focused and trauma informed family therapy model.
Clinical Background: Kendra has been working with children, teens, and families for over 8 years, in a variety of settings. Kendra’s clinical background includes providing therapeutic group services to children and parents in transitional/safe housing in Denver, intensive in-home family therapy focusing on attachment, trauma, and adoption with Maple Star Colorado, as well as outpatient services to families, couples, and individuals at the Denver Family Institute. Through working in a variety of clinical settings, Kendra has gained valuable knowledge and therapeutic skills around adoption, attachment, trauma, parenting, interpersonal stress, families, and kids/teens, and is passionate about helping client’s experience healing, wellness, and connection.
Services: Kendra specializes in providing relational therapy services to families, couples, and individuals. Kendra has experience in working with families, children, and adults who face transitions such as adoption, loss, and divorce, have experienced relational trauma, desire increased attachment, and seek to explore personal identity and spirituality. Kendra utilizes relational and attachment focused therapy techniques, play therapy, experiential interventions, as well as insight and awareness to help clients experience their desired growth, change, and healing.