Matt Schumacher

Doctoral Psychology Intern
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Office: 541-737-2131

Snell Hall

Snell Hall

2150 SW Jefferson Way

2150 SW Jefferson Way
Corvallis, OR 97331

Current Doctoral Candidate, Counseling Psychology in the Sport Psychology track Ph.D. program at the University of North Texas


M.S., Counseling Psychology, University of North Texas

M.A., Community Counseling, University of North Dakota

B.A., Psychology and Human Development minor, Washington State University

Theoretical Orientation: 

My work is grounded in an integrative approach that relies heavily on the use of cognitive-behavioral therapy. It’s my belief that therapy is most beneficial when there is a strong and collaborative client-therapist rapport. I also implement interpersonal, mindfulness and multicultural orientations in hopes of helping clients meet their goals and encompassing their unique identities. 

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Affiliated with: 
Counseling Center
OSU Main Campus
Research/Career Interests: 

During my undergraduate and master’s program, my research focused primarily on childhood factors related to adult body weight. While in my doctoral program, my research has been on LGB health, specifically related to mindfulness, forgiveness, anger, and stress as well as relationship satisfaction within couples. I find this work rewarding as it has helped guide me in my clinical work. 

Beyond OSU
Personal Interests: 

Anything that involves getting to play and interact with animals, hiking, cooking (and eating), exploring fun and new plant-based restaurants, and watching/participating in sports