Victoria Davis, LCSW-C
Victoria is a licensed clinical social worker with many years of experience serving individuals and families from a wide range of backgrounds. She has worked in private practice, social services and hospital settings. Victoria is a Perinatal Mental Health Trained Provider with advanced training* in perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. She also has training and experience in the areas of trauma, early childhood development, depression, anxiety, acute mental health crisis, life transitions, relationship conflict, and more. Victoria is trauma-informed and culturally sensitive in her practice.
Victoria enjoys working with adults who are struggling with life transitions, relationships, and parents of children ages birth to three. She particularly enjoys supporting women through the challenges of pregnancy and motherhood, such as role/identity changes, bonding, relationship difficulties, depression, rage, and anxiety.
Victoria believes that with the right support, everyone has the capacity to achieve better versions of themselves. Drawing from an attachment perspective and using techniques such as mindfulness and cognitive-behavioral therapy, Victoria helps clients dig deeper into the issues troubling them; change unwanted thoughts or behaviors; communicate more effectively; and find creative ways to meet their needs and feel more satisfied with life. Victoria offers a safe space in which clients feel understood, gain new insight, and become better equipped to make the changes they desire.
Outside of helping her clients, Victoria enjoys being in nature and spending time with her family. Like many, she is learning to create balance amidst working and parenting in a pandemic.
Victoria is currently accepting new clients for remote telehealth sessions. You can reach Victoria directly at [email protected] or 240-630-0489 to get started with a free 15 minute consultation. Or, schedule with our intake coordinator by contacting [email protected] or 240-630-0393.
*Victoria has completed “Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders: Components of Care Training” and “Advanced Perinatal Mental Health Psychotherapy Training” through Postpartum Support International.