Specializing in anxiety, depression, trauma, sexual abuse and spirituality.
I help people when life is not going the way they expected. I work with individuals and groups as they navigate issues like anxiety, questions of identity and faith, relationships, conflict and depression. Since earning my Masters at Johns Hopkins University, I have been committed to providing quality services to all my clients. As a therapist, I am inspired by the techniques introduced through CBT, DBT, Existential and Client-Centered theorists.
My objective is to improve the lives of my clients by offering them a safe, supportive and encouraging environment where we explore their current struggles, gain new insights and chart a concrete and clear pathway forward. My desire is to help each client find hope through the use of individualized, nuanced and evidence based strategies.
Please call or email to set up an appointment. Everyone’s story is important and it would be an honor to hear yours and walk with you through whatever struggles you might be facing today.
Victoria is a psychotherapist at the Counseling Centre of Maryland (CCM) providing individual, couple, family and group therapy to clients of all ages. She is a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor (LGPC) in the State of Maryland and a Nationally Certified Counselor. She earned a Master of Science degree at Johns Hopkins University, and holds an MDiv from Southern Seminary. Victoria has experience working with many common counseling concerns. She particularly works with shame, trauma recovery, relational struggles, spirituality and identity struggles. Victoria has also worked extensively with victims of sexual abuse and sexual assault.
For Victoria, everyone’s story is important and it is an honor to be able to hear and walk with people through whatever struggles they might be facing.
Currently offering sliding scale virtual sessions due to the Covid-19 pandemic and CDC recommendation for social distancing.