Katie Snow, MSW, LCSW, PMH-C - Therapist, Behavioral & Mental Health, Portland, OR

Katie Snow, MSW, LCSW, PMH-C



Behavioral & Mental Health

Provider Bio

Katie Snow is a behavioral and mental health therapist at Northwest Perinatal Center in Portland, Oregon.

From the Provider

“I have always been drawn to ‘helping’ as the activity that ignites enthusiasm and engagement for me in both work and play. I spent the first 15 or so years of my career working in home and community settings providing care and advocacy for women, families and children experiencing significant challenges related to trauma, poverty and oppression. I found this work both rewarding and challenging. However, it was my personal experience of encountering difficulties in the journey to becoming a parent that shifted my interest to working in healthcare. Through the care that was provided to my family before, during and after my pregnancies, I saw the many opportunities to ‘help’ that were present in healthcare, particularly OB/GYN. I feel fortunate to be a part of the incredible team of providers at WHA and to do what inspires me every day.”

About the Provider

Katie’s interests center around supporting families in creating strong relationships with their babies and young children, recognizing that this first and most important relationship sets the stage for positive relationships and improved mental health throughout life. She believes that needing support some of the time is a normal part of life and is grateful to be able to provide this to others as her career. Katie’s specific interests include:

  • Grief and loss
  • Pregnancy loss
  • Parenting challenges
  • Parenting children with differences/special needs
  • Parent-child relationships and attachment
  • Pregnancy and postpartum depression and anxiety
  • Stress management
  • Sexual health and empowerment, including family planning
  • Helping patients reach their health goals through small, attainable changes

When she’s not helping patients, Katie enjoys home improvement projects with her husband, art projects with her daughter and a variety of outdoor activities. She is an avid fiction reader and enjoys gardening, cooking and travel.


  • Certified Perinatal Mental Health Professional, Postpartum Support International, 2022
  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Oregon Board of Licensed Social Workers, 2014
  • Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, Washington State Department of Health, 2021


  • Post-Graduate:

    Certificate, Infant, Early Childhood and Family Mental Health, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2011

  • Graduate Degree:

    Master of Science, Social Work, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2004

  • Undergraduate Degree:

    Bachelor of Arts, English, Luther College, 1998

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