Austin, Texas, resident Matthew Snapp currently maintains a busy schedule as a Psychologist with a private practice, an Executive Coach, and a DARS (Disability Determination Services) Consultant. With more than 40 years experience as a psychologist, Snapp has also chaired Austin-Travis County Integral Care's Board of Trustees since 2010. Additionally, Matthew Snapp has served on the Board of Directors for New Milestones Foundation in Austin and on the Board of Trustees for the Austin-Travis County Mental Health Mental Retardation Center. After earning his Bachelor of Arts in 1965 from New York's Wagner College, Matthew Snapp began teaching elementary students in New Jersey. In 1967, he began working as a School Psychologist at the Regional Child Study Service in Price, Utah. Matthew Snapp obtained a Master of Arts from Brigham Young University and later his Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Texas at Austin. He stayed on at the latter institution to teach and oversee doctoral candidates for two years as a Lecturer before gaining status as an Adjunct Assistant Professor. Matthew Snapp secured an additional promotion to Adjunct Associate Professor in 1976, a position he held for the next four years. During this time, Matthew Snapp also worked for Austin Independent School District, where he supervised the psychological, social work, and counseling programs as well as the Office of Student Affairs. In the follow years, Matthew Snapp also taught counseling and lectured at St. Edwards University and Southwest Texas State University. A committed member of his profession, Matthew Snapp currently holds membership with industry organizations such as the National Registry of Certified Group Psychotherapists and American Psychological Association.