545 E. Cheyenne Drive, Suite F
Victoria is a passionate clinical therapist, who has experience working at a psychiatric hospital and community mental health center treating individuals with various mental health disorders. She is currently a school counselor and works with children K-5, serving student’s social-emotional needs in Uinta County. What makes Victoria a unique therapist is that she is an Army Active Duty veteran, and has 15 years of law enforcement experience, making her a good fit for veterans, law enforcement, EMS, and emergency room staff. She is passionate to serve these populations and understands the true stressors and traumas of these occupations.
She is a trained EMDR clinician and specializes in trauma and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). She also helps individuals with anxiety, depression, substance abuse, interpersonal problems, stress and coping, low self-esteem, grief and loss, and phobias. She also uses dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), solution-focused, and energy pyshology methods. She has experience working with various populations to include adults, adolescents, veterans, seniors, and incarcerated individuals.
Victoria’s approach to therapy is client-centered, psychoeducational, and collaborate with her clients. Victoria wants to help clients achieve goals of reducing symptomology, negative thoughts, and increase quality of life. The therapeutic relationship is highly important to her and she strives to make clients feel safe and comfortable. Her philosophy is that clients have the power to heal and take control over their lives, and she facilitates by providing tools and evidence-based interventions.