Webinar: How to Become a Mental Health Counselor with William Snow, Ph.D.

Friday, August 22, 2014 -
12:00pm to 1:00pm

Have you ever considered becoming a professional counselor? Do you have an interest in getting into the field of mental health? Or do you know someone who wants to become a mental health counselor?

This free webinar with Dr. William Snow and guest panelists from nationally renowned Palo Alto University will give you an overview of the process of becoming a mental health counselor.


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About the Speakers

William Snow, Ph.D.









William Snow, Ph.D.

Dr. William Snow is the director of the masters' programs in counseling and counseling psychology for North America at Palo Alto University. Dr. William Snow received his B.A and M.A. from Pacific Lutheran University and his Ph.D. from the University of Washington. Prior to joining Palo Alto University, Dr. Snow served at Bethany University for over 25 years where he was Professor of Psychology, Director of Institutional Research, Vice President for Academics and Chair of the Department of Psychology.  Dr. Snowhas more than 30 years of experience in higher education, training undergraduate and graduate students in psychology and counseling.   Dr. Snow is also a Colonel in the Army National Guard Medical Department and Commander of the California Medical Command where he supervises the physical and behavioral health assessment and health promotion of over 16,000 individuals.

Timothy Baima, Ph.D.

Dr. Timothy Baima is the clinical training director for the masters’ programs in counseling and counseling psychology for North America at Palo Alto University.  Dr. Baima received his Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy from Syracuse University, his MA in Marriage and Family Therapy from Alliant International University in San Diego, and his BA in Psychology from UC Davis. Dr. Baima’s clinical work has focused on providing home-based individual, couple and family therapy in economically disadvantaged communities. Dr. Baima draws upon a variety of therapeutic models to examine the intersections of loss, trauma, oppression and interpersonal relationships. He has worked with the Violence Intervention and Prevention Program in Syracuse, NY, and The Family Institute of Pinole in Pinole, CA.

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