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Leonard Schnur, Psy.D., ABPP

Leonard Schnur
Associate Clinical Professor Clinical Faculty
(954) 262-5731 schnur@nova.edu
Office: Maltz 1102

Education

  • Psy.D. Nova University
  • M.S. New School for Social Research
  • B.S. University of New York at Stony Brook

Professional Interests

Leonard Schnur, Psy.D., ABPP, has been on staff with the Nova Southeastern University Psychology Services Center since 2004. Dr. Schnur is board certified in Clinical Psychology through the American Board of Professional Psychology and has been licensed in Florida as a Psychologist since 1989. Dr. Schnur is currently the Coordinator of the Adult Services Program in the Psychology Services Center and maintains a clinical faculty appointment as Associate Clinical Professor.

Dr. Schnur’s primary role with the College of Psychology and the Psychology Services Center is one of training and supervising practicum trainees, interns and post-doctoral residents rotating through the Psychology Services Center. Psychotherapy interests include providing an integrative treatment approach which may encompass psychodynamically-informed treatment models, interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT), time-limited dynamic psychotherapy (TLDP), and cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) strategies. Throughout the years, Dr. Schnur’s program has been involved in several grant sponsored initiatives including PROJECT HOPE, affiliated with the College of Osteopathic Medicine, which addressed the training needs for medical students delivering services to the homeless community and now is currently engaged with another grant program, CREATE (Coalition for Research and Education Against Trafficking and Exploitation) affiliated with the Department of Health Science.

Dr. Schnur also maintains an independent practice in Plantation, Florida, providing psychological services to children, adolescents and adults. In 2016, Dr. Schnur’s debut novel, Inexact Vengeance, written under the pseudonym, D.S. Leonard, was released in digital and printed formats.

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