Victoria Henderson Bio

Title: Psychology Intern

Personal Statement: I am excited to be back at Texas A&M and to be a part of the Aggie community! I enjoy working with college students; especially seeing how their life goals develop and watching the personal growth they engage in to become the person they desire to be. I strive to form genuine, collaborative, and meaningful relationships with my clients, as I feel that the interpersonal connection is the most important aspect of the therapeutic process. I enjoy mutual exploration with clients and seeing the insight they gain into their experiences. I value safety and trust in the therapeutic relationship and hope clients feel empowered to use that relationship for personal growth and change.

When I am not at work, I enjoy reading, crafting, cooking, baking, working on puzzles, playing board games, watching sports, and spending time with family, friends, and my Yorkie.

 Academic Training:

Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology Texas Tech University (In Progress)

M.A. in Counseling Psychology Texas Tech University

M.A. in Clinical Psychology Sam Houston State University

B.A. Texas A&M University

Internship: Texas A&M University Student Counseling Services (In Progress)

Licensure/Certification:

Certified Practitioner of the MBTI Step I and Step II Instruments

Certification ID: MBTI-2018-T758719

Areas of Special Interest: Relationship concerns, sexual assault, trauma, family of origin concerns, identity development, career concerns and development, sexual orientation and gender identity and expression

Theoretical Orientation: I feel that the therapeutic relationship is foundational to my work with clients. My approach to counseling is primarily from a brief dynamic perspective heavily emphasizing interpersonal process and emotion-focused approaches.


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