Victoria received her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Indiana Wesleyan University and a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Liberty University. She is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counseling Associate in the state of North Carolina (License A18365). Victoria acknowledges that coming to counseling takes a lot of courage and therefore desires to provide a welcoming, safe, nonjudgmental, and comfortable environment for all clients.

Victoria has a heart for working with women who feel lost, broken, unloved, and confused with their life circumstances. She believes in providing a space for clients where they feel seen, heard, understood, encouraged and where hope can be instilled. Victoria works with clients who have a variety of presenting concerns, including anxiety, spiritual/faith concerns, relationships issues, life adjustments, self-esteem, family of origin, boundaries, and guilt/shame. She utilizes a collaborative holistic approach to healing as she believes it provides the most beneficial long-term outcomes. Some specific theories she uses are Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Art Therapy, Mindfulness, and Strengths Focused interventions. She is a SYMBIS (Save Your Marriage Before It Starts) certified pre-marital counselor.

As a Christian Counselor, Victoria conducts her counseling from a Biblical perspective acknowledging that Christ is the one who provides true and lasting healing. She desires to be a calm and immovable anchor for clients while helping them realize that they are overcomers and fully redeemed by Jesus Christ.

In her free time, Victoria enjoys baking, playing tennis, traveling to new places, spending time with her husband Jeff, and reading.