Dr. Victoria Rodriguez understands that it is a big step to enter therapy. She is committed to ensuring her patients have a safe, comfortable, and judgment-free environment to explore and discuss their identity, behaviors, and feelings. She collaborates with her patients to get to the root of their concerns, transform their current thinking, and build their confidence. She is dedicated to listening with a compassionate ear and meeting her patients where they are at, building each session around their needs. Her goal is to empower her clients to understand themselves better and improve their self-esteem.
Victoria specializes in working with clients experiencing confidence or identity issues, imposter syndrome, and life transitions. She uses her therapeutic skills and training in strategic leadership to help women, most specifically WOC, advance in both their careers and their interpersonal relationships while at the same time developing a more compassionate relationship with themselves.
Identifying as a Mexican American and Puerto Rican, she ensures to create a cultural sensitive space and is committed to ensuring her patients have a safe, comfortable, and judgment-free environment to explore and discuss their identity, behaviors, and feelings.
She offers a faith-based perspective (e.g., Christian) for those seeking to incorporate their faith into sessions. She is also an avid runner, and in addition to running for her own self-care, she is a certified running coach and, in the Spring and Fall offers running workshops that incorporate running/yoga and mindfulness as a form of therapy.
Columbia University, School of Social Work, MSW
New York University, Wagner School of Public Service, MPA
The Pennsylvania State University, Dual Degree, BA Psychology and BA Sociology
Regent University, School of Business and Leadership, DSL
RRCA Certified Running Coach
Connect with Victoria today to schedule your free consult or first appointment. She is ready to help!
Here Victoria speak about the importance of mental health in leadership in the replay of her live event. Also, read her blog post about the importance of mental health in leadership.