Gabrielle Falco is a Primary Therapist at SOBA College Recovery.
Gabrielle started off working at a national reproductive justice organization in Boston, where she supported advocacy, grant writing and direct support service efforts to assist low income women and families to access affordable health care. It was at this time that Gabrielle realized her passion was in direct service work and decided to pursue her Master’s Degree in clinical social work.
During her Master’s program Gabrielle facilitated individual and group counseling services for students at a public school with co-occurring developmental, behavioral and emotional disorders. She also provided therapy and case management to individuals and families at a community mental health setting, managing mood disorders substance abuse, grief and interpersonal grief.
Gabrielle, while volunteering with multiple adolescent empowerment organizations in Massachusetts, New York and New Jersey, provided group facilitation, crisis intervention and counseling services.
Gabrielle works from a strengths-based, solution focused, client-centered approach to advocate for, collaborate with and empower individuals towards lasting positive change in recovery.
Outside of work, Gabrielle is passionate about road trips, rescue dogs, old movies and poetry.
Bachelor of Arts in Social Science, Hampshire College
Master of Social Work, Rutgers University