Bryant Srour, MS, MHC-LP, is the second of the Club’s two onsite Mental Health Clinicians. With a background in theraputic and mental health counseling, Bryant is experienced in delivering individual and group therapy with focus on adolescents. He uses his strengths of active listening, assertiveness, and social outreach to provide clients with managing anxiety disorders, self-esteem, men’s issues, grief, addiction, and trauma.
Born and raised in Mount Kisco, Bryant spent most of his formative years attending the BGCNW. He began attending the Club in elementary school and as a sophomore at Fox Lane High School, he began his first job as a Fun Club Assistant Counselor. He continued to work at the Club every summer throughout college while pursuing a degree in Psychology.
Bryant earned a B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from Central Connecticut State University in 2011 and and M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Pace University in 2014. He credits the BGCNW for helping him grow into the man he is today!