About McKenzie Snyder
Hi, I’m McKenzie a registered psychologist and doctoral candidate registered with the College of Alberta Psychologists specialized in the areas of Clinical, Counselling, Health, and Rehabilitation psychology. I offer individual counselling in-person and virtually to Alberta residents.
My approach to therapy incorporates a biopsychosocial approach focusing on the interconnection between the mind and body. I work with my clients in supporting them develop skills to manage stress, IBS, emotion dysregulation, and difficulty with life transitions. Working as a team, I work with my clients to develop a treatment approach that is geared toward their needs and to become more aware of the patterns that may be contributing to current difficulties.
I have received advanced clinical training to meet the highest levels of expertise in particular therapeutic modalities.
• Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
• Dialectical Behavioural Therapy
• Solution Focused Therapy
• I also integrate mindfulness and somatic-based practices in my work to reconnect the mind and body
Together, we will work on creating a holistic approach to maintaining a healthy mind-body connection. I look forward to working with you.
Posts written by McKenzie Snyder
Are you a cheese enthusiast with IBS? It can be so confusing to know which dairy products contribute to digestive discomfort. As a gut health dietitian, clients tell me all the time that milk or ice cream increases their symptoms, but cheese is “hit and miss”. It may feel baffling,…
Navigating dietary restrictions can be a challenging journey. For those following the Low FODMAP diet, the question of whether alcohol is allowed often comes up. As a digestive health dietitian, I get asked about alcohol all the time! Especially since having a drink is often part of socializing with others. …
Full of delicious wild blueberries, this summertime classic is so simple to make. This low FODMAP blueberry crisp only requires 8 ingredients – most of which you probably already have in your cupboard at home! Plus, I love that this recipe doesn’t have to be picture perfect – it’s made…
This 10-minute cucumber salad is sure to become an instant favorite for those on the low FODMAP diet. The umami flavours of ginger, soy sauce, and sesame pair perfectly with grilled meats, fish, or tofu. Serve this salad as a side dish or add it as a topping to rice…