Let's get to know Vincent better.....
Where did Vincent go to school?
Vincent earned his bachelor of arts degree in criminal justice with a minor in history from The University of Texas - San Antonio. He earned his master of arts degree in counseling and guidance from Texas A&M University - San Antonio.
Vincent served in the United States Marine Corps for four years and the United States Army Reserve for two years.
Vincent, why did you chose psychology?
"I wanted to place my passion in something I truly believe in, a cause for a faithful call to action for those who suffer, to be that guiding light, that soldier of mercy for souls who seek clarity out of the darkness."
In my free time, I love to.....
"Listen to music, enjoy the San Antonio nightlife and have my wonderful grandchildren challenge me to almost everything."
The best piece of advice I've ever received is...
"Never give up, no matter what. No matter what happens, no matter how bad things get. Never give up under any circumstances. If you want something in life, earn it!"
What's the most inspiring part of your job?
"Seeing patients recapture their hope for a better life, free from the chains placed on them by manipulative and insecure predators."
The most important thing I've learned from life is....
"Enjoy everything in life while you can, whenever you can, while you still have the energy, passion and strength to do so."
When I was 10, I wanted to be a...
"I wanted to be a lawyer.”
What do I love best about my job?
"Helping patients free themselves from the excessive burdens of life placed on them by a remorseless society. Where a patient is truly free and fully understands they are the master of their own destiny.”
What is your favorite quote?
"Respect is the most priceless thing in life, it costs nothing to give and is appreciated more than you will ever know. Culminating to the unmistakable point, those who want respect give respect."