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Gregory Snyder

Dr. Snyder completed his Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Clinical Psychology at Idaho State University and his pre-doctoral internship at Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota.  He began practicing in Omaha at Children's Hospital before joining staff eventually as the Director of Clinical Research at the Boys Town Center for Behavioral Health, where he remained until co-creating the Perspective Behavioral Health with Drs. Hart and Sheeley in 2022.  He has been active throughout his career mentoring, training and facilitating the development of psychologists throughout his career and collaborated with physicians in primary care clinics, teachers/administrators in schools, and in crisis/emergency settings.  He has been active in state and national advocacy and believes in a duty to create a meaningful and positive impact on any organization of which he is a part.  

 

Dr. Snyder has expertise across with assessment and intervention throughout the lifespan, from early childhood through early adulthood.  He has expertise in the treatment and management of anxiety, depression, neurodevelopment issues including ADHD/Impulse Control Disorders, habit disorders, and adjustment concerns related to familial disruptions (divorce/separation).  When appropriate, Dr. Snyder believes strongly in working collaboratively with family members, schools, pediatricians, and psychiatrists.  His specialties include:

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (Assessment and Intervention)

  • Anxiety (e.g. Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Social Anxiety Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)

  • Depression (e.g. Major Depressive Disorder)

  • Conduct Disorders (e.g. Oppositional Defiant Disorder)

Areas of expertise:

  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

  • Parent Management Training/Parent Child Interaction Therapy

  • Behavioral and Structural Family Therapy

 

Dr. Snyder believes in data-driven, evidence-based, practical interventions with individuals and families.  Dr. Snyder actively engages and understands the power of the social context, family, and broader systems as active supports for change.  In his work with children and adolescents, he treats all members involved in a child or adolescent’s life as important and valued members of the treatment team.  Dr. Snyder values listening and actively responding to the needs of those that are in the office and aims to help them accomplish their goals as quickly as possible, from the initial phases of assessment to intervention and beyond.  

Dr. Snyder is currently taking referrals for Children (2-12), Adolescents (13-19), and Adults (19+).

Dr. Snyder is at the South Location-18021 Oak St Suite B, Omaha NE 68130

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