My name is Victoria, and my pronouns are she/her/hers. I am an associate counselor who completed my Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology at Yorkville University.
I provide online counseling for teens, adults, and couples, with a particular focus on working with neurodiverse
and LGBTQIAS2+ individuals. As a queer person, I understand firsthand the importance of inclusive and affirming therapy.
In addition to working with clients who identify as LGBTQIAS2+ and neurodiverse, I have experience helping individuals from a wide range of backgrounds and cultures overcome
various challenges, such as anxiety, depression, self-esteem, trauma, grief and loss, parenting issues, insomnia, life transitions, and relationship conflicts.
My therapeutic approach is grounded in cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness, solution-focused, and narrative therapies. I recognize that every person has their unique journey and perspective, and I strive to create a welcoming, non-judgmental environment where clients can
feel safe and supported.
As a culturally competent therapist, I am committed to staying up-to-date with the latest research and best practices in counseling. I also recognize the importance of addressing
systemic barriers and advocating for the rights of marginalized communities.
In my work, I collaborate with my clients to develop a treatment plan that is tailored to their unique needs and goals. My approach is strength-based, empowering clients to build on their existing strengths and resources. I am passionate about helping all my clients live authentic, fulfilling lives.
Victoria currently offers direct billing for First Nations Health Authority, Work BC and Kootenay Employment Services.