Bachelor of Science in Social Work from Texas Christian University in 2003.
Master of Science in Social Work, concentration in Direct Practice with Children and Families from The University of Texas at Arlington in 2006. Victoria graduated Magna Cum Laude with a 4.0 GPA.
Victoria began her career post-Bachelors working with adolescents and adults with intellectual disabilities. She then went to graduate school and developed a love for counseling working as an intern for the University of Texas at Arlington Community Counseling Clinic. Following receiving her MSSW, she worked in hospital social work with various populations spanning from the NICU, postpartum, ICU, and other areas of the hospital. She went on to work in the geriatric field of social work with patients in nursing homes and in hospice care. Following this, she worked with patients who were pre and post kidney transplant.
From the breadth of Victoria’s experiences, she specializes in the areas of grief, anxiety, depression, marital conflict, and medical-related stressors for patients and families.
Victoria uses a family systems and client centered approach as a therapist.
Victoria aims to provide a safe environment for people to express their stress, sadness, and pain in order to journey together toward healing. With clients permission, she may incorporate the faith preference of the patient as part of this process.
Life is like a book with many different chapters. This chapter you are in may hold anxiety, pain, trauma, depression, and relational conflict. Our goal will be to journey into healing you desire in order for you to move forward into the next chapter of your life.