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Licensed clinical psychologist, UF Counseling & Wellness Center

Vincent Schroder, PsyD, MA in Clinical Psychology, MA in Counselor Ed. Works at the UF Counseling & Wellness Center. Dr. Schroder is Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor at UF and was Adjunct Professor of Psychology at Saint Leo University. He has varied experience in independent practice, psychotherapy, testing, assessment, report writing, medical psychology, adjunct teaching. Author of  Buddha’s Mom: The Neurobiology of Spiritual Awakening and The Bruised Heart. I feel especially blessed to have worked with many gifted/disturbed kids, adolescents, college students, professors and professionals over the years, and to assist in and experience their growth and healing. Sometimes dream-work and art boosted the healing process. Early, potent experiences were related to surfing, Hawaiian culture, travel in Thailand and meditation. Major sources of scholarly and personal inspiration include attachment theory, affective neuroscience, polyvagal theory, somatic-based trauma models, Tantric and Vajrayana Buddhism, Diotima, Prajapati, Jung, Buddha, Jesus of Nazareth, Milton Erickson, Kübler-Ross, Chögyam Trungpa and Reggie Ray. A current, personal interest is in less mental, material and cyber clutter. An ultimate goal is to live a practice where intention is integrity / ground. For more  information: https://www.vincentschroder.com/