Victoria Johnson, MSW, LCSWA
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Work Associate with over 10 years of experience in the field serving a multitude of diverse populations. My passion for serving my community led me to work in private practice because I truly believe that with some guidance and proper tools anyone can work to not be defined by their past traumas and experiences. I pride myself on my ability to make my clients feel comfortable opening up and allowing them a safe space to share and do the work within themselves.
I received my undergraduate degree from East Carolina University in child life but shortly after graduating I began my career in social work. After working in the field for a few years I decided to pursue my Master’s in Social Work and obtain my clinical licensure. During my educational and professional career I have had the pleasure of serving children and families and individuals healing through trauma. My experience includes working with families and individuals involved in domestic violence, survivors of sexual assault, survivors of human trafficking, families involved with CPS, medically fragile children and perinatal substance use treatment. I feel that my diverse experience allows me to pull from different perspectives during treatment.
Over the past few years, I have decided to dedicate a large portion of my services to the maternal health field as this is a population that is grossly underserved. I am currently a birth doula and work with the Alliance of Black Doulas for Black Mothers. It is imperative that I do my part in bringing awareness and will be offering lactation support, childbirth education and perinatal mental health support in the coming months. I look forward to working with individuals, couples and families as they break generational curses, work through obstacles and fight to become their best selves.