LaRae M. Jome, Ph.D., LP
Dr. Jome a licensed psychologist in the states of Minnesota and New York. She been working in the field of psychology for 20 years providing counseling services, teaching graduate students, conducting research, and supervising counseling students.
Dr. Jome was a professor in the Counseling Psychology doctoral program at the University at Albany, in Albany, New York for many years, and relocated to the Twin Cities in 2014. In addition to her private practice, she continues to teach doctoral students at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota.
She has experience working with a wide range of mental health issues for adults, adolescents, and couples including depression, relationship issues, anxiety, gender issues, sexual orientation/LGBT, sexuality, sexual assault, experiences with discrimination, counseling immigrants and refugees, and grief and loss.
Her area of specialization is in vocational psychology, and she has taught doctoral courses and conducted research in this area for many years. Common career counseling issues that she works with include helping people find a career direction, make a career transition, balance work and parenting and negotiate work decisions related to parenting, and navigate retirement. She also helps LGBT individuals consider work options and help immigrants and refugees navigate the world of work.
Dr. Jome received her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Akron, and her B.A. in Psychology and English from Marquette University.
David J. Snyder, Ph.D.
Dr. Snyder received his Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Akron, and his B.A. in Psychology from the University of Minnesota.