Jordan Snyder, Psy.D.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- serious mental illness
- global mental health
- forced migrants
- refugees and asylum seekers
- community psychology
Teaching, Research/Creative & Consulting Interests
When I teach, I seek to fulfill three main goals: (1) enhancing students’ ability to critically evaluate information including psychological theory and research, (2) providing an environment where students can learn fundamental principles of psychology and the application of psychology to the real world, and (3) facilitating students’ professional and personal growth.
I greatly enjoy engaging in meaningful and applied community-based research with conflict-affected populations (and those who provide mental health services to these individuals) and individuals affected by psychosis. Additionally, I am interested in rigorous program evaluation and program development with community-based organizations.
In my clinical work, I seek to empower individuals and groups to acheive their goals and objectives. I am interested in using broadly behavioral, particularly contextual cognitive and behavioral approaches, to help individuals live lives of flourishing.
2021: Is outgroup prejudice passed down generationally in Rwanda after the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi?, Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology
2020: A winding road to peace building: longitudinal outcomes of a peace intervention for survivors and g'enocidaires of the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda, American journal of community psychology (39--52 pp.)
2020: Resource loss and stress outcomes in a setting of chronic conflict: The conservation of resources theory in the Eastern Congo, Journal of traumatic stress (227-237 pp.)
2020: Resource Loss, Religious Coping, and Suicide Predictors/Outcomes During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Prospective Study of US Racially Diverse Older Adults., Journal of Psychology & Christianity
2019: Caregiver perceptions of environment moderate relationship between neighborhood characteristics and language skills among youth living with perinatal HIV and uninfected youth exposed to HIV in New York City, AIDS care (61--68 pp.)
PSYC 307 - Cross Cultural Psychology (DV)
PSYC 318 - Psychological Assessment
PSYC 499 - Independent Study: