Dr. Vince Panvini
About Dr. Vince Panvini
Dr. Vince Panvini is a Psychological Associate who has dedicated himself to joining with his clients on a journey of healing, growth, and personal empowerment. Dr. Panvini sees his role with clients as being thoughtful, client-centered, and goal-oriented. His primary focus is for clients to feel empowered to become their own agent of change while learning to navigate life’s challenges with flexibility, care, and compassion. Dr. Panvini’s approach integrates neuroscience-based techniques to align the mind-body systems and assist with emotion regulation while incorporating cognitively based approaches.
Dr. Panvini specializes in working with depression, anxiety, anger, and trauma with experience in supporting his clients in navigating work and family stress, intrusive/obsessive thoughts, difficult upbringings, emotion suppression, and sleep difficulties. Dr. Panvini focuses on integrating neuroscience-based techniques to align the mind-body systems and assist with emotion regulation while incorporating cognitive approaches. He works from a primarily CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) model that is informed by his experience with ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) and the Havening Techniques.
Though creating a warm and welcoming environment for all his clients, Dr. Panvini sets the stage of sustainable and long-term change within the therapeutic journey. The relationship between therapist and client is essential to creating a safe space for discussing emotionally sensitive topics. In his work, Dr. Panvini prioritizes partnering with his clients in a collaborative process to define treatment goals, guide the pace, and encourage open and honest communication during the therapeutic process. He is passionate about empowering his clients to become the great people they are meant to be.
Dr. Panvini received his doctoral degree at La Salle University in Philadelphia, PA. Before attending graduate school, Dr. Panvini worked with adolescents and adults with developmental disabilities and completed research on kinship during his undergraduate studies at the University of Miami.