Jilisa Snyder, Ph.D., CRC, a Licensed Doctoral level Psychologist and Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, is the Clinical Director of the Anna Marsh Clinic.
Dr. Snyder graduated from Temple University in 1976 with a Bachelor in Science in Physical Therapy, after which she completed a Master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling (1981) and Doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology (1984) from the State University of New York at Albany. She then completed an internship and post-doctoral fellowship in Clinical Psychology at Dartmouth Medical School—Department of Psychiatry.
Her specialties include psychodynamic, relationally-oriented psychotherapy with adults, older adults and couples. Dr. Snyder is also a Forensic Examiner. Her areas of expertise include personality development, analytic self psychology, the psychotherapeutic process, clinical supervision and training, women’s issues, mind/body dynamics, mindfulness/stress management, and medical psychology. Dr. Snyder’s personal interests include family, cajun cooking, flower gardening and the integration of eastern and western psychological perspectives and practices.
Dr. Snyder is a Faculty Member at Marlboro Graduate School in the Healthcare Administration Program, where she teaches Healthcare Ethics. She presents highly regarded lectures and workshops on Clinical Practice Ethics, addressing areas such as Raising and Incorporating Ethical Awareness, Positive Ethics, Ethical Decision Making, Medical Ethics, Multiple/Dual Relationships, Conflicts of Interest, Informed Consent and Confidentiality.