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Meredith Snow 

SF Bay Art Therapy  Art Therapist
Oakland, CA
meresnow@icloud.com
510-408-6146

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Oakland, CA
meresnow@icloud.com
510-408-6146
510-408-6146
510-408-6146
SF Bay Art Therapy
Art Therapist
1/9/2022

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Meredith Snow, MS, ATR-BC, LCAT is a clinician, educator, and artist. She develops and sustains innovative Creative Arts Programming in the public and private sector in the greater San Francisco Bay area.

Meredith has been a Senior Art Therapist at John Muir Behavioral Health Center, where she provided inpatient and outpatient care with a focus on adolescent psychiatry as well as addiction medicine. While there she served on the Cultural Understanding Advisory Committee.

She spearheaded one of the first Art Therapy Programs in the Central New York area. In that capacity she secured funding, provided marketing, and obtained clients from a broad variety of public institutions: academic, medical, and non-profit.

As an Art Facilitator at Stanford Hospital and Clinics, she provided end of life art experientials for patients and their families. Meredith also presented to Stanford University’s medical students and faculty on integrating the arts into the medical school curriculum.

At the San Francisco Department of Public Health she served as a Trauma Informed Champion, was a wellness leader for staff, and was part of the initial Equity and Inclusion Committee.

She is part of and works within the LGBTQAII+ community where she has brought nationally recognized individuals such as Ari Istar-Lev and Willy Wilkinson to present to healthcare professionals to ensure adequate care for trans-variant individuals and their families.
Some of the goals of art therapy are to manage stress, increase
communication and connection, improve relationships and to
develop a better understanding of self and others.

My psychotherapy approach is grounded in principles of mindfulness, humanism, and the healing power of the creative process. With 15 years of clinical experience in various treatment settings, in both the public and private sectors, I am passionate about providing support for those in personal and professional care-taking roles. As a member of the LGBTQ+ community and a Queer parent I have a special focus on adolescent health and their families using creative clinical approaches. I follow G.L.A.M. the Gender and Life Affirming Model in my practice. I enjoy wearing many hats — including that of clinician, supervisor, consultant/contractor, artist, educator, workshop facilitator, spouse and mother.
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Biography

Meredith Snow, MS, ATR-BC, LCAT is a clinician, educator, and artist. She develops and sustains innovative Creative Arts Programming in the public and private sector in the greater San Francisco Bay area.

Meredith has been a Senior Art Therapist at John Muir Behavioral Health Center, where she provided inpatient and outpatient care with a focus on adolescent psychiatry as well as addiction medicine. While there she served on the Cultural Understanding Advisory Committee.

She spearheaded one of the first Art Therapy Programs in the Central New York area. In that capacity she secured funding, provided marketing, and obtained clients from a broad variety of public institutions: academic, medical, and non-profit.

As an Art Facilitator at Stanford Hospital and Clinics, she provided end of life art experientials for patients and their families. Meredith also presented to Stanford University’s medical students and faculty on integrating the arts into the medical school curriculum.

At the San Francisco Department of Public Health she served as a Trauma Informed Champion, was a wellness leader for staff, and was part of the initial Equity and Inclusion Committee.

She is part of and works within the LGBTQAII+ community where she has brought nationally recognized individuals such as Ari Istar-Lev and Willy Wilkinson to present to healthcare professionals to ensure adequate care for trans-variant individuals and their families.

Alameda County Psychological Association
4200 Park Blvd., #200
Oakland, CA 94602
(510) 433-9580