Education

  • Catholic University – Master’s of Social Work

Qualifications

  • District of Columbia – Licensed Graduate Social Worker

  • Virginia – Licensed Master Social Work

Victoria Yeboah

(She/Her)

 

I’m here to support adolescents, teenagers, and adults who have experienced trauma, emotional struggles, or overwhelming stress. I specialize in addressing a wide range of concerns, from the scars of trauma to behavioral issues, feelings of sadness and worry, and the complexities of grief. Whether it’s negative thoughts that seem unshakable, struggles with substance use and addiction, navigating the complexities of immigrant experiences, or grappling with family-of-origin and relationship difficulties, I’m here to guide you toward a brighter, more balanced future.

My focus goes beyond traditional therapy; I’m passionate about helping you acquire the skills needed to manage or even overcome symptoms associated with anxiety, depression, PTSD, bipolar disorder, and more. Through assessment, diagnosis, and evidence-based treatment, I provide compassionate and empathetic care, with your well-being at the forefront.

I’m acutely aware of the broader context, recognizing how historical injustices, socioeconomic disparities, and political structures can impact the mental health of minority groups. I take these factors into account, ensuring a comprehensive approach to your mental well-being.

My therapeutic toolbox includes trauma-informed and focused care, cognitive behavioral therapy, person-centered therapy, and solution-focused therapy. Together, we’ll address the emotional wounds of the past, challenge unhelpful beliefs and behaviors, and replace negative patterns with healthier ones. I’ll help you reconnect with your emotions, process what’s been blocked by trauma, and gain a new perspective on the events that have shaped your thoughts and beliefs.

In our work together, I’ll also focus on the present moment, fostering self-compassion and enhancing mood regulation. Together, we’ll pave the way to a more fulfilling and resilient you. Your well-being is my priority, and I’m here to help you thrive.

Address

2121 Eisenhower Avenue
Suite 200
Alexandria, VA 22314

Phone

(571) 481-1411
Fax: (571) 266-6388