Vincent Reginella, MS

Mental Health Counselor: Neuropsychology


Vincent Reginella is a mental health counselor with a bachelors degree in psychology from Allegheny College (Meadville, PA) and a Masters of Science in Clinical Rehabilitation & Mental Health Counseling from the University of Pittsburgh. With a focus in neuropsychology and cognitive rehabilitation, Vincent has applied his academic training and clinical work to transition-age young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and to school-age and young adults with concurrent diagnoses, including cognitive disabilities, psychiatric disabilities, learning disabilities, ADHD, stroke, hydrocephalus, cerebral palsy, and Traumatic Brain Injury(TBI). He also has extensive experience in psychometrics, namely administering and scoring neuropsychological assessments to individuals with a wide range of disabilities, including physical, cognitive, psychiatric, developmental, intellectual, congenital, and substance abuse-related. His work extends as well to polytrauma and audio and visual disabilities.

Vincent has undertaken research in the fields of social psychology, cognitive psychology, neuropsychological rehabilitation, and exercise treatment for Parkinson’s disease. His current research focuses on the relationship between neuropathology, self-reported depression levels, and post-concussion syndrome (PCS), particularly in the context of litigation supported by neuropsychological testing batteries.

Vincent brings a youthful and passionate approach to any and all mental health needs and concerns. His eclectic theoretical counseling approach, coupled with his upbringing as a devoted student, athlete, and musician, makes for an energetic and dynamic mental health professional dedicated to helping clients maximize their chances of success in every aspect of life.

Vincent is currently working toward licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). He is on track to receive licensure in early 2019. In the meantime, he is supervised by experienced professionals in psychology and mental health counseling.