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Lisa Masako Snow, Psy.D.

Lisa Masako Snow, Psy.D., is licensed as a clinical psychologist by the Oregon Board of Psychology and Washington Examining Board of Psychology. Dr. Snow completed her doctoral training in Clinical Psychology from Pacific University. Prior to joining Sundstrom Clinical Services, her academic and clinical training has focused on psychological assessment and treatment with children across a variety of clinical settings, including hospital, outpatient, community mental health, school, and residential. Dr. Snow joined Sundstrom in 2017 and completed her post-doctoral residency under the supervision of Dr. Kameron Dill. For over 10 years, Dr. Snow has specialized in working with children and their families within the behavioral health field.


At Sundstrom, Dr. Snow provides both comprehensive psychological evaluations and behavioral treatment for children. Dr. Snow’s theoretical orientation integrates developmental, behavioral, cognitive-behavioral, and attachment-based interventions. Clinical interests include early childhood cases, multi-racial identity development, neurodivergence, elimination disorders, anxiety, disruptive behaviors, and socio-emotional delays. She is dedicated to an integrated clinical approach, working collaboratively with other healthcare providers, schools, and agencies, to support and promote the overall wellbeing of a child and their family. As a provider of Japanese descent, Dr. Snow is also passionate providing culturally competent care, which includes the understanding of each person’s values, experiences, and personal beliefs. Regularly, Dr. Snow leads friendship groups for elementary-age children seeking to strengthen their social communication skills. In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Snow also supervises pre-doctoral trainees for therapy and assessment, often working in conjunction with students to provide a collaborative team approach to comprehensive evaluations.


Dr. Snow is married, a proud mother to a rambunctious little boy, and enjoys spending her free time gardening and warming up with a delicious cup of hot tea. 

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