‘Victoria’


Victoria Nordman, MAC, LPC-IT

Victoria is a graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and has Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Lakeland University. Victoria worked as an Outreach Coordinator and Home Coach providing case management, therapeutic groups, and life skill regeneration for survivors of human trafficking. Victoria has also volunteered her time to work with young children, most recently as an After-School Teacher.

Victoria has worked with individuals who have experienced PTSD, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorders, sexual abuse, and a variety of personality disorders. Victoria is also a member of the American Counseling Association.

Victoria believes that regardless of the situations or life circumstances someone faces, there is nothing that an individual cannot overcome. Victoria’s approach to therapy involves pulling an individual’s strengths and interests to provide an environment where an individual will not only gain personal growth, but embrace the therapeutic process. Victoria also involves the use of games, creativity, and out of the box activities in her therapeutic approach to help make therapy fun! Victoria is passionate about guiding individuals from all walks of life towards a successful and healthy lifestyle.

Victoria grew up in Sturgeon Bay and is excited to give back to the community that gave her such great opportunities. When Victoria is not working she enjoys spending time with family, shopping, attempting to garden, gaining new travel experiences, and exploring the beautiful beaches of Door County.

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