Dr. Kevin C. Snow

Kevin Snow

Assistant Professor of Counseling

903-468-3328

Kevin.Snow@tamuc.edu

Kevin C. Snow, Ph.D., M.A., NCC, ACS is an Assistant Professor of Counseling in the Department of Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education at Texas A&M University-Commerce. A native Pennsylvanian, he is a graduate of Shippensburg University of PA (B.S in Sociology & M.A. in Community Counseling), Indiana University of PA (Certificate in School Counseling), Penn State Harrisburg (M.A. in American Studies), and Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA (Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision). His research interests include spirituality and spiritual competence/inclusion, qualitative research design (e.g., indigenous methods, pedagogy with film/literature), and advocacy and social and cultural issues (e.g., daily practice of advocacy, international counselor education), among other topics. Dr. Snow is a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) and an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS) and is a past recipient of the SACES Emerging Leaders Award (2014). He is on the editorial review boards of the national journals Counselor Education and Supervision (CE&S) and the Journal of Counselor Leadership and Advocacy (JCLA), and the international Canadian Journal of Counseling and Psychotherapy, and is co-editor of the Journal of Human Services. He is active within the counseling professional associations ACA, ACES, ASERVIC, ALGBTIC, SACES, CSI, and the human services association NOHS doing many national, regional, and state conference presentations and providing service to the field via membership on the ASERVIC Spiritual and Religious Values Committee, conference proposal and awards reviewing (for ACES & SACES), being an inaugural CE&S Journal Editorial Board Fellowship Mentor, and via membership in the ACA IPV Interest Network, ACES CEQUIN, and SACES Social Justice and Human Rights Interest Network.

Representative Publications:

Neukrug, E., Kalkbrenner, M., & Snow, K.C. (2017). Dictionary of Counseling and Human Services. Norfolk, VA: Counseling Books, Etc.

 Matthews, C., & Snow, K.C. (Summer 2017). The dangers of spiritual abuse: Clinical implications and best practices. Interaction: ASERVIC Newsletter.

Snow, K.C., Benoit, S.C, & Mills, D. (Winter 2017). Back to basics: Defining and integrating spirituality vs. religion. Interaction: ASERVIC Newsletter.

Snow, K.C. (Accepted August 2016, in press). The spiritual experiences of LGBT students at Christian colleges via blogs. Journal of College Counseling.

Snow, K.C., Hays, D.G., Scott, W.E, Ford, D.J., Mwendwa, M.M., Mariotti, D., & Caliwagan, G.L. (2016). Guiding principles for indigenous research practices. Action Research Journal, 14, 357-375.

Hays, D. G., Snow, K., & Pusateri, C. (2015). Violence, abuse, and trauma in family therapy. In D. Capuzzi&M. D. Stauffer (Eds.) Foundations of couples, marriage, and family counseling (pp. 419-447). New York, NY: Wiley.                  

Snow, K.C. (2015). Ego-oriented therapies: Overview. In E. Neukrug (Ed.) Encyclopedia of theory in counseling and psychotherapy. (Vol. 1, pp. 328-333). Los Angeles, CA: Sage.

Snow, K.C. (2015). Multisystemic therapy. In E. Neukrug (Ed.) Encyclopedia of theory in counseling and psychotherapy. (Vol. 2, pp. 682-684). Los Angeles, CA: Sage.

Snow, K.C., Milliken, T.F, & Craigen, L.M. (2014). Marriage and family therapy. In L.H.Cousins (Ed.) Encyclopedia of human services. (Vol. 2, pp. 816-819). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Snow, K.C. (2013). The importance of advocacy and advocacy competencies in human service professions.  Journal of Human Services, 33, 5-19.