Meet Our Team

The Outside the Wire team consists of licensed psychologists and social workers. In addition, we offer a training program to doctoral level psychology trainees and MSW students who specialize in military social work.

All clinicians have received extensive training in military life, culture, and transitional issues that can arise for service members and veterans. Additionally, some of our clinicians are veterans themselves.

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Matthew Rohr

Clinical Director

Mr. Rohr, director of “Outside the Wire”, is a licensed marriage and family psychotherapist in the State of California, as well as a board certified Clinical Trauma Professional who has been practicing since 2004 working with individuals, couples & families. 


Mr. Rohr graduated cum laude from Mount St. Mary’s University in Los Angeles, California with a Master’s of Science degree in Counseling Psychology. Prior to coming to U.S. Vets, Mr. Rohr was Director of Mental Health Services for New Directions for Veterans, a transitional housing program working with dually-diagnosed veterans. He also has worked at various community mental health agencies working in residential, outpatient, justice-involved, school-based, transitional and permanent housing utilizing evidenced-based practices such as Seeking Safety and TF-CBT (Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) Mr. Rohr has appeared on several television and radio programs centered around veteran trauma.

Miatta Snetter

Miatta Snetter

Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Miatta R. Snetter is a California licensed Clinical Psychologist, professionally skilled to provide a wide range of mental health services, to culturally and ethnically diverse communities.


Dr. Snetter earned both her Master’s and Doctoral Degrees from Pepperdine University, where she gained the educational tools to become a life-changing psychotherapist, consultant, guest speaker, and educator.

For the last 13-years, Dr. Snetter has enjoyed her primary clinical focus with combat and non-combat veterans of various combat eras.  She provides both individual and group therapies for the treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar, and other clinical diagnoses frequently experienced by veterans.  She has also been trained to provide Military Sexual Trauma (MST) treatment to male and female veterans; and she is often asked to provide clinical consultation to Veteran’s programs.

Dr. Snetter is honored to work with veterans because of her belief that, “Veterans generally find it easy to serve and to give; but they frequently struggle with then BEING served and given to.”