MSW, Program Therapist
Vincent Soriero is a Master of Social Work (MSW). He began his work in mental health in 2018 as a field guide at a wilderness therapy program. Drawn in by the power of environment and connection to inspire change, he worked at several programs across the country before beginning his Master’s degree. Vincent’s work in graduate school included both inpatient and outpatient treatment, focused on substance abuse and trauma and general well being, respectively.
Vincent has worked with a variety of challenges including substance abuse, depression and anxiety, trauma, dysfunctional attachment and family dynamics, self-harm, Oppositional Defiance Disorder, Neurodivergence, and more. It is through his work with a wide array of challenges that he honed his desire to reduce suffering. Vincent believes that each individual experiences their own unique challenges and that therapy is a platform to create lasting change.
Vincent primarily utilizes Motivational Interviewing and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, but pulls from a variety of modalities. Vincent believes that the systems we live in affect the way we live and that therapy should reflect this. Work with body awareness, family and relationships, and the lived environment facilitate a client-centered and systemic approach to empowerment and healing.