Victoria has a passion for working with individuals and families in any stage of life. She has experience with individuals and families who have experienced the life changing event of receiving and living with a diagnosis for a disability for themselves or for someone close to them. This can include physical, intellectual, cognitive, and mental health diagnoses.
As a professional, her experience has included extensive case management and service provision for children and adults diagnosed with disabilities, veterans who were experiencing homelessness, and seniors.
Victoria aims to provide a place for non-judgmental interactions that allow children and adults to explore the self and develop understanding for their experiences. By nourishing the bridge to understanding and developing natural coping skills, she believes this frees people to make meaningful changes in their lives and build relationships. Her practice includes a holistic approach, taking care to recognize the multiple intersections that all people experience. Art and creativity are often incorporated into therapy.
Victoria attended the University of Northern Colorado for both of her degrees. She received her Bachelors of Science in Human Services with a focus on Psychology and Anthropology in 2014. Her Master’s degree was awarded in 2021 with a focus in Rehabilitation Counseling (vocational assistance for those with disabilities) and is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor in addition to having her LPCC license.