Kristin Snowden, LMFT - Adjunct Therapist
Kristin Snowden is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (#81413) who specializes in addiction recovery, intimacy disorders, attachment theory, and betrayal trauma. Prior to starting her own private practice in 2014, Kristin ran and helped develop the first dually-focused drug and sex addiction treatment program in the world (Substance Abuse and Intimacy Disorders (SAID) Program at Promises Malibu). Her 13 year career as a mental health clinician had also led Kristin to work at an acute psychiatric facility, the Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP), various public schools, and long-term residential treatment for at-risk youth. She has extensive experience working with individuals, couples, groups, and families in the field of substance abuse, trauma, and mental health disorders. She is passionate about working with co-addiction, Axis II, and relational trauma.
Kristin received an honors undergraduate degree from University of Southern California. She went on to receive her master’s degree in psychology from Chapman University. Kristin has also received extensive training from Patrick Carnes, Ph.D., Christine Courtois, Ph.D., Pamela Peeke, M.D., and Rob Weiss, LCSW. She is also currently getting certified in The Daring Way which is Brene Browns shame resiliency model. For more information about Kristin’s experience and training, visit www.KristinSnowden.com