Dr. Katherine Snyder

Dr. Katherine Snyder
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Dr. Snyder is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with an MS in Education and Fuller Theological Seminary with a Ph.D. in Marital and Family Counseling. She has over 10 years clinical experience. Her work experience includes Chaplaincy in the National Institutes of Health, Clinical Research Center, Bethesda Maryland, Assessment Supervisor at the Psychiatric Institute of Washington, D.C. and Employee Assistance Consultant in the Federal Government. Dr. Snyder holds dual citizenship with the United States and Israel. She became an Israeli citizen in 1983. Her vision for a Messianic Counseling Center began in the 1990’s, and is seeing fulfillment in the Anchor of Hope Counseling Center and Lay Counseling Training Program. Dr. Snyder is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with an MS in Education and Fuller Theological Seminary with a Ph.D. in Marital and Family Counseling. She has over 10 years clinical experience. Her work experience includes Chaplaincy in the National Institutes of Health, Clinical Research Center, Bethesda Maryland, Assessment Supervisor at the Psychiatric Institute of Washington, D.C. and Employee Assistance Consultant in the Federal Government. Dr. Snyder holds dual citizenship with the United States and Israel. She became an Israeli citizen in 1983. Her vision for a Messianic Counseling Center began in the 1990’s, and is seeing fulfillment in the Anchor of Hope Counseling Center and Lay Counseling Training Program.

Hope blooms in Tel Aviv – opening of new counseling center

Yeshua tells us that the Kingdom of God is like a tiny mustard seed that eventually grows to a big tree that can provide shelter for many. In His timing the mustard seed that is Anchor of Hope has begun to sprout, and hope is blooming in Tel Aviv.

Has God lost your file? 7 incredible survival strategies from Joseph

Kathrine writes, "Perplexed? Disappointed? Wondering will God ever sew the fragments of your life together? Then spend time with Joseph. He is a comforting companion when what your life seems to be in free fall."

Peace in the storm

Katherine writes, "This process can begin in sorrow, but becomes transformative when the tight little conceptual container in which we have enclosed the Lord is broken. We come out of disorganization to a reoriented faith that allows God to be God."

Don’t Step On My Blue Suede Shoes

Katherine writes, "Did you know everybody’s has at least one pair of emotional “blue suede shoes”? You’ll know when someone is stepping on them, because you’ll usually over react."

Becoming Your Own Psalmist

Katherine writes, "Journaling will give you the opportunity to think out loud, to express what you cannot admit to anyone else. Taking the time to really open your heart will be a process of self-discovery, and create a sanctuary where you can hear God’s voice as you wait for His response."

Soul Restoration

Dr. Snyder writes, "So what does soul restoration entail? It begins with believing you are beloved, blessed, befriended and highly esteemed."