Dr. Alicia Snow is a psychologist specializing in Cognitive Behavior Therapy with individuals, couples, and families, and maintains a private practice in Tomball, Texas.
With over 25 years of experience as a clinician, and a graduate of Texas A&M University. She completed her professional internship at the prestigious Baylor College of Medicine, where she worked part-time with adults at Methodist and St. Lukes and part-time with children at Texas Children's Hospital. She is currently working as a private practitioner serving a broad spectrum of clients. Among her areas of expertise are anxiety disorders (OCD, Panic Attacks, Generalized Anxiety Disorder), Pervasive Developmental Disorders (High Functioning Autism/Asperger's), and Medical Psychology (helping clients with psychological issues that arise secondary to medical diagnosis like cancer, irritable bowel syndrome, diabetes and heart disease.
Her loyal companions, Annie and Charlie, are a favorite of many. Annie and Charlie are 4 year old standard poodles. One of Dr. Snow's many hobbies and joys is training them. They are in the office most days and make her proud in their role as therapy dogs. The pups help put people at ease in the office, motivate children to stay on task, and serve as rewards at the end of a session. Annie loves a good game of fetch. Charlie is impressing many with her tricks including bowing, talking, rolling over, giving hugs and dancing!
Dr. Snow has presented at National conferences and to general audiences on topics ranging from parenting, suffering and violence in relationships. She wrote and validated the Aggression Scale on the Marital Satisfaction Inventory for her Master's Thesis.
Dr. Snow is a practical, interactive, solution-focused therapist. Her treatment approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients resolve current problems and long-standing patterns. Many of Dr. Snow's clients seek her out for her ability to blend Christian beliefs with conventional cognitive behavioral and mindfulness based cognitive therapy approaches. With sensitivity and compassion, she works with each client to help them build on their strengths in order to identify and achieve life goals.
Dr. Snow was an active part of Motherwise, an international ministry to mothers between 2001 and 2010. As a part of this ministry, she has spoken at several conferences on the topic of "Enduring Suffering in a Way That Glorifies God." You can find out more about this ministry at www.kardo.org. She is a member of Houston’s First Baptist Church where she serves in the Pastoral Care ministry.
More recently, Dr. Snow has spoken on the following topics:
"Aging Like a Fine Wine"
"Mental Health in the Church"
"Managing Anxiety and Stress after Cancer"
“Coping with Anxiety caused by the Pandemic”
She was widowed 14 years ago when her children were 6, 8 and 10 years old. They are now 20, 22, and 24 years old. Her oldest daughter has cerebral palsy and is deaf and visually impaired that resulted from medical malpractice. Her outlook on life has been greatly affected by these hardships and she seeks to live each day without regrets and hopes to inspire others to do the same by embracing healthy lifestyles, happy relationships, and work/play balance. She serves on the Medical Advisory Board for CanCare, which is a non-profit organization that pairs cancer survivors with newly diagnosed patients for support and comfort.
She is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Texas Psychological Association.