Victoria Davis, LCSW-C
Specializing in Individuals and Parents
Victoria is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW-C) and a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Social Work. Victoria has nearly a decade of experience serving individuals and families from a wide range of backgrounds. In addition to The Woolf Center, Victoria has worked in social services and hospital settings.
Victoria is a Perinatal Mental Health Trained Provider, she completed advanced training through Postpartum Support International.
Victoria is trained and experienced in the areas of maternal and child health, attachment/bonding, early childhood, abuse/neglect, depression, anxiety, and family conflict/crisis.
Victoria is trauma-informed and culturally sensitive in her practice. Victoria especially enjoys working with women going through perinatal adjustment issues, parents of children ages birth to three, and older teenagers and young adults who are struggling with life transitions.
Victoria uses an integrative, strengths-based approach and incorporates techniques such as mindfulness, coaching, and cognitive-behavioral tools into her work with clients. She believes that all clients are the experts of their own lives and circumstances. Victoria partners with clients to help them process thoughts and feelings, identify goals and needs, communicate more effectively, and feel more confident. She offers a warm, encouraging, and empathetic presence in which clients can voice their feelings and concerns without judgment. Clients have reported feeling put at ease by her calm and accepting demeanor. Victoria believes that with the right support, everyone has the capacity to achieve better versions of themselves.
When she isn’t working, Victoria enjoys spending time with her husband and son, going for walks, practicing yoga, and staying up to date on various topics through podcasts and audiobooks.
Victoria’s Therapy Style
Victoria is available for remote telehealth sessions. Contact her at [email protected] to get started.