Dr. Marie Vorsino
Parents and Children Together
Wednesday, June 15
8:30 am – 9:45 am – Financial Stability Resources for Survivors of Domestic Violence
Dr. Marie Vorsino is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with over 20 years of experience in mental health treatment, domestic violence intervention, program and agency leadership, and community advocacy. She holds a doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from Argosy University and has held various direct service, clinical treatment and intervention, and administrative leadership positions over the course of her career. She is currently the Executive Vice President of Intervention Programs at Parents And Children Together (PACT), a nonprofit organization serving vulnerable populations throughout the state of Hawaii. In that position she oversees the behavioral health services for families and adolescents, domestic violence prevention, treatment and intervention for survivors, offenders, and child witnesses, and child sex abuse programming for victims, including child exploitation. For over eight years she served on the governor appointed State Council on Mental Health, as a member, and then Chair of the Board. She is the Network Partner Director for the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Division’s Multi-systemic therapy statewide contracts. Dr. Vorsino is a member of the Hawaii Coalition Against Domestic Violence, the Mental Health Task Force, and Hawaii Coalition Against Sex Trafficking and sits on the National Batterer Intervention Program Network.