Sheryl Vick, MSC

Sheryl Vick is a Registered Psychotherapist. She has over ten years of experience working with children and their families. She has worked for the past seven years as a Service Coordinator through the Early Intervention Program developing IFSPs, monitoring progress, and supporting families through their journey. Pervious work also included working with children on the Autism Spectrum in a preschool setting.

Sheryl is very excited to be getting back to working more closely with families and their children around building on their strengths. She believes that each family has the ability to support their child’s individual growth with the support of a community. Sheryl enjoys working collaboratively with other professionals to bring each family a positive experience.

Sheryl earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2001 from The University of San Diego. She earned a Master of Science Counseling from The University of Phoenix in 2007. She has participated in many trainings including Mental Health First Aid, Introductory course of The Early Start Denver Model, Individualized Family Service Plan Training, Person Centered Thinking, Reflective Listening, DC 0-5, and Family Assessment Training.

During her personal time Sheryl loves traveling and exploring with her husband and their two young children. She loves being outdoors, spending time with friends, and being at the beach.