Amanda Snell is currently a doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology program at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She received her Bachelor of the Arts in Psychology with a minor in Sociology at Illinois Wesleyan University. She has experience as a diagnostic extern at the Keys to Recovery program at Holy Family Medical Center conducting neuropsychological and psychodiagnostic assessments on an inpatient unit for treatment of drug and alcohol addiction. She is also a research assistant working in collaboration with Erasing the Distance, collecting information regarding the subjective experience of living with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. She is a Graduate Student Affiliate of the American Psychological Association, Student Affiliate of the Illinois Psychological Association, as well as a member of the Illinois Psychological Associations of Graduate Students. She is currently a Clinical Consultant at Neurogenesis working with a diverse population.