Brandon Snead

Instructor
Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
Office
1700 N Broad St

Biography

Brandon Snead, MS, CTRS is an instructor within the Department of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences in the recreational therapy program. His professional background includes leading recreational therapy interventions for adults with mental health diagnoses, targeting motivation to participate in community based recreation. In this effort, he has developed and led biking and storytelling interventions, physical activity fairs, and worked with Temple University college students to facilitate Leisure Education conferences for consumers of mental healthcare. As an instructor, he aims to offer experiences that allow students to apply what they learn in classes in real-world settings.

Education

  • MS, Recreation Therapy, Temple University
  • BS, Therapeutic Recreation, Temple University

Curriculum Vitae 

Courses Taught

Number

Name

Level

HRPR 3096

Cultural Competency in Health and Healthcare

Undergraduate

RCTH 1102

Inclusive Recreation and Sports Services

Undergraduate

RCTH 3111

Health Promotion through Leisure Education

Undergraduate

RCTH 3802

Developmental Disabilities and Mental Health Conditions Across the Lifespan

Undergraduate

RCTH 4185

Internship II in Recreational Therapy

Undergraduate

RCTH 4196

Recreational Therapy Clinical Procedures

Undergraduate

Selected Publications

  • Snead, B., Hsieh, P., & Snethen, G. (2016). Sexual Identity and Discrimination: Creating a Welcoming Environment for Sexual Minority Consumers. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 50(2). doi: 10.18666/trj-2016-v50-i2-7270